You will also find that phone scam is becoming more and more common. Telemarketers, debt collectors, charities, survey companies and scammers often call without leaving a message or disconnect once you answer. you can check to see if the number is a scam, and if there are other people who are the victims of harassment or attempted fraud.
The callers pretend to be representing a state department helping you choose an electricity supplier with the lowest cost. It's susprising that for most states the number of this alleged local state agency is in NSW. The callers attempt to extract identifying information such as name, mobile phone number, etc.
Got a call from this number claiming my Telstra internet line was hacked and needed me to log into a new website and pay for it. It hold them I’ll just go to my Telstra shop and they hung up when I called the number back clearly said this number was disconnected. Please warn everyone of this new scam going around especially the elderly
this is a reverse number database that allows you to look up numbers and let others know your experiences with that people using that number. You can report phone fraud by letting the community and public know that this is how they tried to get a hold of you. You can find out who's been trying to reach you, even if they don't leave a message, just by looking them up. Finding out if its telemarketers, surveys, charities, or even debt collectors is as simple as looking the number up in the database and seeing if others have had contact with the person on the other end of the line. Even if you just want to check out a business by using their number, you can see what other visitors in the community have heard or dealt with in the past.