Whoever this is, declined to leave a message. When I called back, I got a recorded message saying "this number is not in service...", consistent with scam callers. Caller: "Health and Wellness survey"
Female caller. Asked my age - looking for someone between 50-80. She politely ended the call as I didn't meet the criteria
Caller: Purporting to be from 'Australian Health...' suggestive that a Govt Department
Likely scam - call centre based, male caller, requesting whether anyone in the household over 50 years of age. As soon as I replied 'No' caller hang up.
Overseas scammer "Australian Health and Wellness Forum" using a spoofed (fake) number from the Philippines. Diverted to the scammer answering machine, I hope they enjoyed the chat with it. Called home number and didn't leave VM so suspect telemarketer/scammer. Previous comments support the theory. Thanks everyone for commenting. Male voice - couldn't understand a word he said - possibly Indian accent. Just hung up. I answered call but no one there. Waited a little while. Caller: Australian Health and Wellness Survey
Asked if I had 2 minutes to do a survey.
I called back, phn co msg, "this number not connected". No message left on a/machine Caller: Aus Health and Wellness Survey
Health and Wellness Survey SCAM
11 complaints this year
11 total complaints
Anonymous on 0434 162 158
Anonymous on 0435 152 513
asked to speak to the business owner and said he is not a police and no drama just requesting to...
Anonymous on 0434 029 624
Tried to return this number and was told it wasn’t accepting incoming calls.
I Called Back on (02) 8998 0700
I called back number(02) 8998 0700 spoke to a woman but did not say for what company.
I Called Back on (03) 6217 9871
I called back the number (03) 6217 9871 and the person I spoke with didn't mention the company name
In 2006, there were 19,235 persons usually resident in Ballajura: 49.2% were males and 50.8% were females. Of the total population in Ballajura 1.2% were Indigenous persons, compared with 2.3% Indigenous persons in Australia. more
The most common industries of employment for persons aged 15 years and over usually resident in Ballajura were Cafes, Restaurants and Takeaway Food Services 4.8%, School Education 3.9%, Supermarket and Grocery Stores 3.3%, Hospitals 2.8% and Residential Care Services 2.1%.
There were 5,064 families in Ballajura: 57.7% were couple families with children, 25.4% were couple families without children, 15.9% were one parent families and 1.1% were other families.
62.1% of persons usually resident in Ballajura stated they were born in Australia. Other common responses within Ballajura were: England 6.2%, Viet Nam 3.9%, New Zealand 2.2%, India 1.6% and Malaysia 1.6%.
* statistcs taken from the 2006 Census for postal area 6066 conducted by the Australian Bureau of Statistics