• Chris
    August 6, 2015
    Clontarf, Australia
    They have a section on there contact page that reads "To be added to our Do Not Call list,
    email your telephone number to:
    Hopefully they actually honor this!
  • Johnsy
    July 29, 2015
    Broadmeadow, Australia
    I unplugged my phone and now only use my lan line for the internet.. i emailed and called everyone i care for to tell them mobile phone or email only. Its been great and it gets rid of spam and most importantly phone calls from the mother in law ;)
  • Leeann
    July 24, 2015
    Gold Coast, Australia
    Three calls and hang ups a day is nusiance calling. They should be banned and charged with public nusiance
  • Anonymous
    July 17, 2015
    Crestmead, Australia
    Not just asking for money, wanted me to doorknock my whole street.
  • Ron
    July 17, 2015
    Brisbane, Australia
    Just had a call from this number asking us to door knock our street for a fundraiser.
    When I explained that he had rung a business and that we send two men out with a truck and that we are to be paid for our time, he realised he had rung a business and then apologised and hung up.
    The point here is quite plain, we must be on a marketing disc as telemarketers do not listen to our introduction when we answer an incoming call.
    They just start their spiel!!
  • Stu
    July 13, 2015
    Hobart, Australia
    They keep calling, day after day, any old time. I do not answer. Will they get the message?
  • chris
    July 13, 2015
    Hobart, Australia
    it seems obvious that the system is testing for when they get a real answer they can then use that information to either on sell it as a valuable marketing resource or use it themselves... either way they should be stopped
  • Louise
    July 9, 2015
    Perth, Australia
    The lady who spoke at the phone had a clear speech and asked for volunteers to collect for Heart Foundation. She alerted me at the beginning of her speech that our conversation was registered. Is it legal ? I lately have been photographed , followed and spoken to by strangers. Now I have to be worry about to be registered and my voice copied at the telephone!
  • Kaye, Perth, WA
    July 3, 2015
    Perth, Australia
    I am on the Do Not Call list but receive many calls from that number. I now watch the screen and lift the receiver to connect (so they pay for the call) and then hang up without speaking to them. They usually are difficult to understand anyway. The latest call was today, July 3 2015
  • Helper
    June 30, 2015
    New South Wales, Australia
    yes exactly, lol, I just checked my phone then and it had a missed call from them, I have now blocked there number, if you have an unknown number calling you, DO NOT answer it since then they know it is a working number, also when answering do not say 'hello, (your name) speaking' then if it is a spammer or someone you don't know, they know your name.
  • Tim
    June 29, 2015
    Melbourne, Australia
    Missed a call from this number only to find it was Apple Marking, however what is funny is their Compliance statement, which reads:

    Apple Marketing also complies with the:
    Do Not Call Register Act 2006
    Privacy Act 1998
    Australian Privacy Principles
    Payment Card Industry (PCI) Data Security Standards (DSS)

    If only they complied with point one: Do Not Call Register Act 2006 !!
    Now to find out where they got my number, as it is meant to be a silent number.
  • Fred
    June 25, 2015
    Abbotsford, Australia
    It is getting worst with this kind of stupid calls.
    It is really annoying and I can't even yell at them, as it is through computers and hangs up all the time.
  • Amanda
    May 14, 2015
    Burnside, Australia
    To be put onto their do not call list just email them your phone number to dnc@ap*****************au
  • Jon
    May 12, 2015
    Melbourne, Australia
    If they are contracted by a charity and are not one themselves they are breaking the do not call law. Prosecute them now! Otherwise DNC list has no teeth.
  • Matthew
    May 12, 2015
    Mill Park, Australia
    Called and didn't leave a message on my machine. Glad I checked here first before calling back.
  • 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".

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