SMS message saying "There is a package(HAR-V572-NOR) waiting to be collected: http//i.z06w.com/fQFVe You took one of the spots on our 16/10-list". Checked the link on my computer (didn't open in my phone) and it took me to an Amazon page - I have not ordered anything from Amazon! Caller: SMS - scam!
Dear........, Ur delivery has been stopped at our depot today. #CS(02) 7900 3594DE. Please resolve the issue here: http://79m.link/fAeS7
Looks like a scam text about UPS, we don't even have that here in Australia Message sent saying I have a parcel to pick to pick up from UPS, I rang them with tracking number and they said it’s a scam, lucky cause we get deliveries from them I apoligize Chantelle, if you do not submit your transfer preferences, your submission will be voided. Log in to fix by 4pm:https://lllgya.com/vddvbm Caller: Scam
Scam message with link to follow
Looks like a scam with a dodgy web link and message about losing a ‘submitted total’ by 5:30
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7 total complaints
PG on 0488 812 558
Spam call centre
Anonymous on (02) 8317 6253
Some Asian person called 730pm Friday 20th November wanting someone else. Sounded like a scam
Robert on (02) 8611 5160
it is AGL trying to get people to change their energy plans from your current company to them.
Anonymous on (08) 8388 6358
No message called more than once probably scam or telemarketing
Anonymous on 0480 048 825
You might receive an email from them posing as someone known to you personally or professionally....
In 2006, there were 40,052 persons usually resident in Port Macquarie: 47.5% were males and 52.5% were females. Of the total population in Port Macquarie 2.6% were Indigenous persons, compared with 2.3% Indigenous persons in Australia. more
The most common responses for occupation for employed persons usually resident in Port Macquarie were Professionals 18.5%, Clerical and Administrative Workers 15.1%, Technicians and Trades Workers 14.7%, Sales Workers 13.1% and Managers 12.1%.
52.3% of persons aged 15 years and over usually resident in Port Macquarie were married, 24.5% never married, 14.0% separated or divorced and 9.2% widowed.
The most common industries of employment for persons aged 15 years and over usually resident in Port Macquarie were School Education 5.6%, Cafes, Restaurants and Takeaway Food Services 5.2%, Hospitals 3.7%, Electricity Distribution 3.2% and Supermarket and Grocery Stores 3.1%.
* statistcs taken from the 2006 Census for postal area 2444 conducted by the Australian Bureau of Statistics