Whoever this is called my phone and yes extra digit than it should have (02) 9980 98765. I cancelled the call and didn't even bother to call it back. This number has been added to my reject call list. I found a missed call on my phone log (7 Apr 2017) .. it had an extra digit at the end .. (02) 9980 98765 .. plus notice of a voice mail message. I listened - but there were background sounds and breathing, but no message. I tried calling the number, both with the extra "5" at the end and without .. each time I got the high-pitched sounds of a FAX.
Godfrey Pembroke Financial Consultants are unknown to me.
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Samaritan on 0404 232 406
Despite what Chen Huang says Tony the grub Webster lives at
7 Kabi Place Pacific Pines Qld 4211
Urgh on (02) 6188 5917
Rings from numerous (02) 61.... numbers every single day yet never leaves a message. Obviously...
Rob on 0426 142 707
Possibly Spam number. tried calling back - answered and no voice at other end, tried again and...
Anonymous on (02) 8379 7879
f*cked up people who keep calling for no f*cking reason
Ram on (07) 3180 3549
The person is relentless i kept declining and they keep on calling back.. just block the number.
In 2006, there were 23,422 persons usually resident in Brighton-Le-Sands: 50.0% were males and 50.0% were females. Of the total population in Brighton-Le-Sands 0.4% were Indigenous persons, compared with 2.3% Indigenous persons in Australia. more
47.3% of persons aged 15 years and over usually resident in Brighton-Le-Sands were married, 35.2% never married, 11.6% separated or divorced and 5.9% widowed.
English was stated as the only language spoken at home by 35.4% of persons usually resident in Brighton-Le-Sands. The most common languages other than English spoken at home were: Greek 8.6%, Macedonian 7.1%, Arabic 7.0%, Cantonese 4.5% and Mandarin 4.5%.
The most common responses for occupation for employed persons usually resident in Brighton-Le-Sands were Professionals 17.6%, Clerical and Administrative Workers 17.5%, Technicians and Trades Workers 13.1%, Sales Workers 11.8% and Labourers 11.4%.
* statistcs taken from the 2006 Census for postal area 2216 conducted by the Australian Bureau of Statistics