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.
SCAM SCAM SCAM received following sms pretending to be westpac. Its a scam block these two numbers and report to your bank immediately.130072031461288616400Sms:The Westpac Group has sent you a letter today, Ref 7445673342216. Please note you have 14 days to provide the information. Visit your branch, or call 1300720314 (Opt4) or +61288616400 (Opt4) for international callers. Do not reply to SMS
Have had no contact with company. Used my name though phone is my son's. Believe hacked mobile provider as should not have been able to obtain my name connected with that number. Credit Corp debt collection.
Exactly the same process, a lady with an Indian accent called from Telstra in North Sydney apparently, her name again is Susan Wilson, she told my wife there was an issue with our Internet and she wanted my wife to turn on the computer and she was going to show her, luckily my wife was very busy and told her that I do all the Internet stuff so she had to get me to talk with her, my wife got this reference number 860003261, my wife said she heard alot of chatter in the background like a call centre, what a crock of shit, dumb scam artists from India, go get a real job
BCI - Building Construction Information. Calls approx 1-2 weeks week phishing for information on projects, have we started them how long until completed, etc. Same female all the time, mumbles where she is from.
BCI - Building Construction Information. Mumbles where she is from. Calles approx 1-2 weeks week phishing for information on projects, addresses, etc. Same female all the time, mumbles where she is from.
Got a unbroken tone when answered - number looks dodgy
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.