Starts with a funny sound, like one of those os scam numbers who run autodialling, then switch you to an available operator only after you pick up. Said he was Shakir from Vodafone, but really sounded like a scam. The first thing he wanted was a pin; and somehow they sent me a text at the same time saying I was talking to a Vodafone team member who for security reasons needed my pin. Hey, but they called me! Why do they need my pin just to tell me there is some offer. I reckon it is a scam. I called back number (02) 9015 3804 reached IVR for Vodafone. i missed this call twice... do a search on internet and found this site- thank you to all who posted this - great community awareness . VodaFone should alert their customers of such unwelcoming call like this .
Keep safe and stay alert is the key.
Receiving multiple calls from this number saying they are Vodafone and asking for my PIN number. I called Vodafone direct to ask if this was in fact then and it was not. Total scam! and they advised that they would never cold call and ask for pin number.
vodafone customer service called me to discuss changing plans Caller: Dont trust the number.
A female voice kept talking from Vodafone.. but I didnt hear the rest of it, as I bought a whistle and kept whistling in the phone. After 1.20 minutes she hang up. :)
Scammer trying to obtain your Vodafone pin number. Caller: (03) 9015 3804
Ignoring the issue of whether they should be asking for a PIN or not which sounds highly suspicious, this is one of the official Vodafone Customer Service phone #'s. Just check out their Customer Service website https://www.vodafone.com.au/support/contact/customer-care and you find this and many other numbers in the same range listed as Vodafone Customer Servive Phone #'s.
F**ing vodafone dont have proper network but they have these kinds of spammers to bug customers Said it was vodafone but asked for wrong person on double plan. Wanted pin. If this is vodafone they really need better approach Caller: Vodafone
This number IS one of the ones Vodafone uses for sales. it may be annoying but it is legitimate.
There's a whole list of their numbers they use on their website.
They make this call to customers who are paying less than $40 per month - Vodafone keeps trying to up-sell service plans that are of less value.
As well as this, when your plan becomes really bad value for money - they will let you stay on it without any spam calls.
Hope this helps!
I answered the call and after a pause there was a strange noise followed by a man with an Indian accent saying he was from Vodafone. That was as far as he got before I hung up. Caller: Scammers
Forged number. Phishing expedition. Called the wrong SIM out of a bundled set.
https://www.vodafone.com.au/support/contact/customer-care Caller: Vodafone Customer
It's not a scam number. The number is from Vodafone and even mentioned on their website :)
apparently it is Vodaphone, but it's pretty useless either way, they kept asking for my mum despite calling my phone (???) If they call again I'll request they stop calling me lest I change providers. Caller: Claimed they were from Vodafone
I was immediately suspicious because the number got a "potential fraud" warning. Answered it and it rang and after a count of 4 a person with a strong accent spoke. They claimed they were from Vodafone and wanted my PIN. If this is a genuine call, how dare they ring me in the middle of my work day and demand I prove my identity.
My advice, treat this number with suspicion.
Didn't identify himself straight away as from being from Vodafone- was unable to give me details such as phone number he had rung, my full name or address Caller: vanes
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Anonymous on (03) 7035 9161
Some unwarranted cold caller
Anonymous on (03) 9466 9490
My tax account was suspended because of fraud, to dial one on the keypad to speak to someone....
Anonymous on 0413 959 918
Dodgy finance company wants to scam you of your self managed superannuation.
Anonymous on (03) 8456 2269
This is a scam. Some curry muncher reckons there is a problem with your internet line.
Anonymous on (02) 4076 1456
automated voice claiming department of home affairs and that they have arrest warrant. Obvious scam.