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.
Mentally ill scammer man with schizophrenia calls from this number to be rude and harass people. He calls many people and asks if they are single and other creepy questions and statements. Do not trust. Do not answer. If he annoys you, report him to authorities.
Rude man that calls and annoys people and businesses. He is creepy and asks if you are single and other creepy questions. He has probably found your number online, or on an advertising website, or on locanto. Do not trust him. Don’t answer the phone. Report him to authorities if he annoys you.
This number identified by my provider as spam has called my mother 3 times asking personal information about me identifying herself as Annie. She has progressed to call any other relative with similar surname. My elderly mother does not speak English well and is currently having chemo, she is terrified and worrried as now other family members are calling her to ask why this same Annie same number is calling asking about me. I believe this person is trying to access personal details to steal my identity and accounts.
Looks like a Melb VIC number.However...Typical anonymous SILENT call scammer!Unknown number showed up on display, rang approx 5 times, then when I picked it up it HUNG UP on me.Bastards!!!I’m in Melbourne.WHY can’t TELSTRA do a damn thing about these scams? Telstra = Multi-Billion dollar company. Surely they’ve got the cash landlines????
The Foreign accent (sounded Indian) claimed to be from the Fraud Dept of Mastercard and that there was an attempt to use my card for $500. I stopped it there as I do not have a Mastercard so I knew it was a scam.
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.