usual scam caller I answered the call and there was complete silence. So I hung up. Seems like spam Caller: mobile city?
trying to sell a plan or mobile handset. some type of scam. unsolicited
Indian guy... when I answered he sounded surprised, and wanted to know if I was male or female...I hung up. Likely sleazebag. i tried to call the number back only to be told the number is not connected or invalid. Caller: 80037650
Indian guy I couldn’t understand sounding like a scam. I hung up and he called back 3 times in a row
Caller: (02) 8003 7650
Spam Caller, I have spam alert on my phone and it red flagged the call straight away as spam. I had missed 4 calls one after the other from them, used the app on my phone to block them.
This number called me, I didn't answer as I didn't recognise it. On attempting to call back received message "This number is not connected. Please check the number & try again".
5 complaints this year
8 total complaints
Anonymous on +61 462 281 332
Chinese answering service. Couldn’t understand a thing. This is 2 different mobile numbers in 2...
Anonymous on (07) 3569 6403
I Called Back on (02) 9017 2050
I called back number (02) 9017 2050 spoke to a gut but did not say for what company.
Anonymous on (03) 5864 6595
Who are you
2 Evolve on (02) 8323 7068
i called back number (02) 8323 7068 reached IVR for 2 Evolve.
In 2006, there were 17,736 persons usually resident in Elizabeth Bay: 54.9% were males and 45.1% were females. Of the total population in Elizabeth Bay 1.0% were Indigenous persons, compared with 2.3% Indigenous persons in Australia. more
59.6% of persons usually resident in Elizabeth Bay were Australian citizens, 30.0% were born overseas and 7.4% were overseas visitors.
There were 2,588 families in Elizabeth Bay: 12.8% were couple families with children, 74.4% were couple families without children, 10.7% were one parent families and 2.2% were other families.
The most common responses for occupation for employed persons usually resident in Elizabeth Bay were Professionals 39.3%, Managers 18.0%, Clerical and Administrative Workers 12.7%, Community and Personal Service Workers 9.1% and Technicians and Trades Workers 7.8%.
* statistcs taken from the 2006 Census for postal area 2011 conducted by the Australian Bureau of Statistics