Caller: TELSTRA SCAMMER on (02) 4954 4566
Idiot calls me up with about a minute delay before I hear a response and then a voice asks me "Do you hear me? Do you hear me?" Well I sure as hell wasn't going to say "YES" because the idiots record you and use your 'yes' response later for criminal purposes. Then idiot tells me he is from Telstra Technical department and spins some idiot story about how people have been using my internet connection to spread viruses and downloading this and that. Well I've heard it a thousand times.so I just yelled abuse and blocked the number. But blocking only lasts until they hijack another innocent number. Why the Australian Communications and Media Authority cannot regulate this activity or at least make a decent attempt is beyond me. I think it's a case of lawyers making up silly rules but they know NOTHING of the technical issues.
1 complaints this year
1 total complaints
Anonymous on (02) 9575 4865
Constantly calling on my phone. Not leaving messages. The phone shows as located in Sutherland, NSW.
Anonymous on (02) 8321 3131
Woman with fake accent, claiming to be from "sunny Brisbane" saying she was from the RSL. Number...
Tony of Poorakistan on (03) 9032 2475
Rang, when I answered, they hung up. Tried calling back, got a strange tone, then it just stopped.
Hawthorn FC... on 0420 724 981
got a message from Hawthorn FC Promotion on this number 0420 724 981
Anonymous on (03) 7001 1447
They had all my personal telstra details with an offer of a cheaper NBN plan.
sent me an email...
In 2006, there were 26,423 persons usually resident in Cardiff: 49.2% were males and 50.8% were females. Of the total population in Cardiff 2.8% were Indigenous persons, compared with 2.3% Indigenous persons in Australia. more
The most common responses for religious affiliation for persons usually resident in Cardiff were Anglican 28.2%, Catholic 24.5%, No Religion 14.4%, Uniting Church 8.8% and Presbyterian and Reformed 4.0%.
There were 7,392 families in Cardiff: 46.9% were couple families with children, 35.5% were couple families without children, 16.3% were one parent families and 1.2% were other families.
The most common industries of employment for persons aged 15 years and over usually resident in Cardiff were Hospitals 4.5%, School Education 3.9%, Cafes, Restaurants and Takeaway Food Services 3.5%, Supermarket and Grocery Stores 3.4% and Road Freight Transport 1.9%.
* statistcs taken from the 2006 Census for postal area 2285 conducted by the Australian Bureau of Statistics