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  • Apple Marketing Group
Southport Qld 4215, Australia
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Local Service
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Last found
November 2005
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(07) 5560 4900
Recent Comments

  • Edgar Britt
    May 4, 2015
    Cronulla, Australia
    The company is called Apple Marketing who work on behalf of fundraisers nationwide.

    Email them on dnc@ap*****************au to be placed on their do not call register.
  • Marcus
    April 29, 2015
    Sydney, Australia
    This is most likely a timeshare group. They try to get you to attend a presentation promising a $1000. Don't get sucked in.
  • Bill
    April 23, 2015
    Hawthorn, Australia
    just had a phone call from this number --asking if I could do door knocking in my street for them for the Salvo's --- got a funny feeling Salvo's don't do it this way
  • Chris
    April 13, 2015
    Balgowlah, Australia
    Thanks,this is helpful as I get lots of calls. I wrote to them here as stated on their site for do not call - dnc@ap*****************au
  • greg
    April 11, 2015
    Narre Warren, Australia
    we receive calls from telemarketing companies even though we are on the do not call register. Do not call register is a waste of time in subscribing to and seems next to useless so I treat all these callers the same and tell them all to F off, I dont care if they are religious groups or charities, male or female callers same line every time "F off".
  • Kylie
    March 31, 2015
    Brisbane, Australia
    there are in my contacts as "twats" so when I get home from work and they have rung 10 times it comes up twats and no need to waste my time checking the messasges for dead silence.
  • andrea
    March 28, 2015
    Perth, Australia
    They are in my address book as ’Ignore’ so I now know not to pick up.
  • A
    March 25, 2015
    Sunnybank, Australia
    Why not leave a message referring people to a legitimate website to donate or just leave account details that people can verify and then willingly give to? Would save a lot of abuse to call centre workers and all the other tactics people employ and consumers can make an informed choice.
  • rolsyn gould
    March 24, 2015
    Perth, Australia
    they keep ringing me on my fax machine ha ha
  • Bel
    March 17, 2015
    Woodridge, Australia
    Called asking to buy tickets or to donate which would have done if I hadn't heard credit cards money in the bank in the back ground I refuse to do anything via them they seem to eager and after reading one of their charities paid something like 20 million for marketing I think it's time p
  • Lia Lee
    March 6, 2015
    Perth, Australia
    Ringing my home, to ask if my 15 yo daughter will doorknock the areah, asking for donations in behalf of the Red Cross, then deposite donations into a commonwealth bank acount is OUT OF LINE.
    March 6, 2015
    Brisbane, Australia
    Apple Marketing is a telemarketing company.

    Charities can, but telemarketers are legally not allowed to call anyone on the official government 'do not call' register.

    You can add your number to the official 'do not call' register here:

    Legitimate companies with legitimate corporate governance respect this register and will stop calling.

    If you continue to get calls you should suspect the legitimacy of the call.
  • Sajyana
    March 6, 2015
    Non-profit Organization
    Bardon, Australia
    Good Lord. They have my number. They keep ringing. Surely they can work it so that they don't ring you every day.
  • dawn
    February 23, 2015
    Croydon, Australia
    Sick of continuous calls everyday. Call back and they act dumb
  • Allan
    February 3, 2015
    Sydney, Australia
    No sympathy, as "not for profit" means their CEO gets his wages paid, free car, aircon office, business expense account for lunches, plane tickets, etc. THEN if there's any money left over it gets donated. Give to charity by all means - but walk in the door and hand it to them yourself - don't encourage this guilt-inducing rubbish, "But it's not-for-profit..." to make us feel guilty. It's your money, not theirs - and if they fired all those leeches, the charities would be receiving something like 40% I believe it is - only it would increase yet again - because people wouldn't be fed up being bled dry!
  • cc
    February 2, 2015
    Carlingford, Australia
    Very annoying. Am taking my number off immediately.
  • Hebble
    February 1, 2015
    Non-profit Organization
    Yarraville, Australia
    Probably because they are not scammers or fake charity collectors. They are a 30 year old company that fund-raise for NFP charities only
  • Hebble
    February 1, 2015
    Non-profit Organization
    Yarraville, Australia
    Apple Marketing group are a legitimate business in which underpaid phone operators work their butts off to not be appreciated. The staff are abused constantly by potential supporters, and yet are expected to keep going. They only help charities that are not for profit charities. Unlike many of the charities out there. So many ppl here have stated they do not support charities by phone. Just a quick FYI, companies like Apple marketing are much more cost effective than trying to pay more than 10000 people per state to door knock or stand in the middle of a hwy shaking a tin.I have read all of the mission statements here. Yes I'm sure the calls can be annoying, but I have found that polity asking them to put me on a once a yr call list, or telling them I'm not in a position to support works much better than abusing them. Try and keep in mind that the caller is doing their job as asked to do, and a lot of them do believe in helping these charities. And as for not leaving a message, I'm pretty sure that by law they are not allowed to. However they can leave a verbal message for the person they are trying to contact if someone answers. And as I have worked in call centers previously, the only way you can be called more than once a day is if an answering machine picks up or there is no answer when call is connected. So just staying quiet on the other end puts you straight back into the dialer, saying no thanks stops you being called for a while. After reading so many comments here, my faith in humanity is truly fading. These ppl are not the devil or worse, the Australian Government, they are hard working, underpaid supporters. I don't give a sh*t about the company itself, but lets try and be a little more humane to those who are on the other end of the phone. It's like 2 mins of your day, not the end of the world
  • MeMe
    February 1, 2015
    Non-profit Organization
    Yarraville, Australia
    Apple marketing group does not run a system that allows them to store that type of information. And as a charity, they are exempt from DNCR
  • Trish
    January 23, 2015
    South Yarra, Australia
    Had a call from this number asking to speak with the previous tenant.
    The number hasn't been in her name for over 5yrs now.

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