some sort of dodgy scam from a call center in India or similar A male person called me on my mobile a minute ago. He asked me to confirm my name to which I replied "I am sorry I do not give personal information to unknown callers"
He then went on reciting my first name (????) and said to me that it's in relation to an online inquiry regarding a business loan.
Time of call 4:30 pm. Caller ID (02) 9230 0000
Line was unclear. It sounded like the phone call was coming from an overseas caller.
This is a migration agent offering loans without providing credit license details. Thats illegal Company called Catch Me Loans asking for the Business Owner regarding an email they had sent (which they hadn't). Their supposed website doesn't exist. Definitely a scam I called back number (02) 9230 0000 rang once then goes to fax tone.
3 complaints this year
3 total complaints
Anonymous on 0457 120 603
Called late at night, l did not answer.
Anonymous on (08) 9467 7981
I Called Back on (08) 9523 2146
I called back number (08) 9523 2146 reached a dental clinic but did not hear the name properly on...
Anonymous on (02) 7298 1249
Same message supposedly telstra saying my internet will be disconnected tomorrow Press 1 to speak...
Anonymous on (02) 8321 3111
Rang me about 7 times the 1 time I answer the number hangs up
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