Called at 8:30 am on a Saturday morning. Unknown number. Overly bright and cheerful. Knew my name and said they were call "due to your recent internet activity". They wouldn't listen to anything I asked, just kept reading from a script. Caller: Spam call Disney
Called twice, robot talking script, muffly joyfull lady voice mumbling some stuff.
Need to pay some cash for free holidays to Disney.
Absolute rubish. Just hang uP!
Knew my name and details. Called on a Saturday morning. Wary of all numbers not familiar to me. Glad I didn’t answer. Confirmed scam call via this site. Thanks. Caller: Dodgy Data Hound
Trying to get you to disclose personal and financial information about yourself.
The first of several calls, calling me by the first name, saying I had registered my details on an internet site and had won a grand holiday for 2 to Florida in the United States and congratulations. When I asked which company she was from, or which site, she got a little cagey and just said that it was definitely legitimate, even though calls were coming from Florida, they were routed to an Australian number. If she was legitimate, she would have been forthcoming with details when asked. Caller: Unknown
Did not answer as number was unknown, checked here to find reported as telemarketer
Knew my name, e-mail address, and date of birth and said they were calling "due to your recent internet activity". I had apparently entered a holiday competition sponsored by Disney and won (which I had entered a competition). Big script of where I was going and what it was worth and I could claim by paying a registration fee of $244 per person for each of the adults in USD. They claim to know my credit card details - 16 digits staring with a 4 and if I gave them the first 4 numbers they could confirm I was the correct prize winner (don't all aussie credit cards have 16 digits starting with a 4) Knew my name and date of birth said they were call "due to your recent internet activity" that I had registered for a competition and won but I had to pay a registration fee to claim my prize. Claim it was sponsored by Disney and could list a number of places in Florida USA my prize entitled my travel to, but wanted my credit card number to progress my prize. Really hope I didn't just hang up on a real win :-( Called me and had my date of birth!!! Said I had won a trip to Florida Told me I’d won a trip to Florida 😂 Knew my name but seemed to be recorded as they kept “talking” while I was telling them NO! Caller: (02) 4208 0322
Told me I won a holiday in Florida cheerful lady could so tell she was reading off something . She new my name and date of birth also mail once I said I don’t understand how I won then asked her to explain to me . Which then she hung up on my face
Someone calling about a florida cruise.. Talking like a robot did not introduce themselves and wants my partner to be on the call. SCAM I called back number (02) 4208 0322 rang once then goes to busy tone.
13 complaints this year
13 total complaints
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