Royal Lifesaving Society - I have received a call from this number nearly every day for the last 3 or 4 years (ever since I bought a raffle ticket from them at my local shopping centre).
They must spend more money on phone calls than they actually collect in donations. Certainly won't be donating any more money to them if that's the way they chose to spend it.
I believe the calls from this number are originating from Hello Customer Contact Services which was established by the Royal Life Saving Society for fundraising. It's my understanding that they also outsource their centre to other charities for fundraising which explains why others have had calls fundraising for SIDS etc. Hello Customer Contact Service's contact number is: 1800 730 333. I just called and spoke to a friendly lady who removed my number from their records. Hopefully this will be the end of all the calls! This number is from the Royal Life Saving Society WA's call centre in Bridgetown, WA.
The Royal Life Saving Society WA, uses the centre to conduct it's own fundraising, as well as for several other charities across Australia. It does this at no profit to the society, only charging the expences for rent, telephone calls and staff wages.
They also provide inbound call services for many Government and private companies.
If you have any queries about calls from this number. Please call 1800 730 333 for more information.
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Just got a call from this number. he says he is from Royal Lifesaving Society and was looking for donations or to sell a raffle book. Rang it back and it wont connect. A scam for sure. I am on the DNCR but these paid call centres seem to get away with it because of some shambolic charitable aspect to the business. Thanks to the lovely people writing stories above I rang 1800 730 333 and asked them to get my number off the list permanently. They promised to do so. It is worth noting that this number and call centre has NO association/contract with Surf Life Saving Western Australia or Surf Life Saving Australia.
Surf Life Saving is a completely different organisation to Royal Life Saving and uses different methods of fundraising.
Rose, I'm so sorry to hear you've been receiving these calls for so long. I'd recommend calling Hello Customer Contact Centre: 1800 730 333 and requesting that they remove your number from all of their lists. blah blah blah have had multiple calls from this number, always at dinner time. I have never answered and they never leave a message. Only knew who it was from googling the number and coming across this site. Won't be donating again. asked them to stop calling and they told me that they needed to hear that from my husband and not me!!! so now just hang up on them whenever I see the number. h this number got thru how Keep getting calls from (08) 9761 0200 they keep calling just about everyday sometimes twice a day. Have no idea how they have my number and I'm registered on the do not call list ???. I don't know if this is a scam or not but but i have blocked this number on my smart ph. selling raffle tickets for the wheel chair bound. They send you a book of tickets and if you do not send them back they ring and demand to know why. Well we did not ask you to send them. Rang number back twice and got message This number is not connected. They are hammering everyone I know with daily calls. Back off! Only two complaints this year for this number, according to the side-panel. Really? Make this another complaint. This number back in action (7/12/16) testing my block filter and confirming that it works perfectly. how did this blocked number still call AGAIN
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