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The phone number 916-226-5134 appears to be a Land Line number from AT&T California. The number is located in Elk Grove, California in the United States. One person has shared a comment for this number.

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916-226-5331: I get a call on my mobile from this number at least once per day. When I answer, I get a recording of a gentleman speaking Spanish. I don't speak Spanish, so I couldn't tell you what he is saying. However, judging by the cadence and inflection of the man's voice, I'd say it's probably a political robo-call.
916-226-5517: Fraternal Order of Police fund raiser. They asked me to pledge the "Gold" package/plan/gift/pledge/or some such word. "How much is the "Gold" [thingy]?", I ask. The guy talks really fast, telling me how important these funds are, what the money goes towards, and how kind I am to pledge the $100 Gold package. Wait a minute! I'm not giving you $100, ThankYouVeryMuch!