My first thought when the phone rang at 6:45 am was that whoever was calling obviously did not know me. I figured that they'd call back or leave a voicemail if it was an emergency. If it was a wrong number they would hear my voice on the message and never call back. A few days later, the same thing happened. This time I picked up the phone.
Me: "Not even close"
This is where it became quite apparent that there was a huge language barrier here. Whatever I said was understood as "Antonio is not here right now, please keep calling me early in the morning asking for him". Try as I might it keeps happening every few days. What's worse is that I was looking through a lot of my phone numbers today trying to find one that wasn't in my contact list and already hit “call” before I realized that I was not calling who I wanted and this definitely wasn't going to help my case of "I don't know you. I am not Antonio". Try as I might I can not even come up with sarcastic scenarios where other human beings need to call each other at 6:45 in the morning time on both weekdays and weekends.