I called back number (02) 8268 6000 spoke to a woman who said company name is Amazon Web Services. Yes this phone number is a fraud don't get involved with whoever on the other end please!! Caller: Amazon Web Services
Got a call today from a person from Amazon. I know that they are legit - they got in touch via other channels as well.
Caller: Amazon Web Services
Got a missed call message from Amazon Web Services - with a return number to call.
Got a call and disconnected in 4 sec's before anyone from other side spoke. Tried recalling but never answered Amazon Web Services - offering me a job I didn't apply for Called claiming to be AWS and wanted to discuss opportunities Received call 20 Jul; 11:25. When I answered the caller hung up. Called the number back, was not answered. claimed to be amazon AWS AWS
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3 total complaints
Anonymous on +61 6130405733
Dodgy Insurance scammers
I Called Back on (07) 5512 2408
I called back number (07) 5512 2408 reached voice mail but did not say for what company.
Anonymous on 0434 083 506
I guy called 'Jason'. Did not mention which company. Has left many messages. His voicemail...
Anonymous on (07) 3176 2664
I didn’t answer but called at 7.01Am
Anonymous on (07) 4864 9745
Hung up before could answer
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