Call received from (02) 9286 4000 claiming to be Australian Federal Police and asking for my location for arresting me regarding ATO fraud. When I did not give any information, they hung-up. I called back number (02) 9286 4000 reached voice mail for Australian Federal Police. Caller: Tax department
Calling saying I have money owing from my tax, I went to the police station they told me it was fraud, no one give their details and believe anything they say
Caller: scam AFP call
Scams call to catch me because of tax fraud, do not give out your information when they request money transfer through EFTPS - Steam, goolgeplace, I tune, Bitcoin.
if not arrested for 40 minutes.
WANTED: Susan Warda legalised thief of Mills Oakley,cheating swindling scoundrel, evil solicitor,greedy$$$$, Lucifers whore!!
3 complaints this year
3 total complaints
I Called Back on (02) 9167 7919
I rang back the number (02) 9167 7919, spoke with someone who hung up right away
mike on (02) 8613 6407
Call centre that would not take No when I said I didn't want their service and to stop calling me
I Called Back on (03) 9697 6702
I called back number (03) 9697 6702 rang once then gets disconnected automatically.
Anonymous on 0428 292 554
I answered but was disconnected immediately
I Called Back on (02) 9394 6272
I called back number (02) 9394 6272 rang once then gets disconnected automatically.
In 2006, there were 21,400 persons usually resident in Sydney: 51.5% were males and 48.5% were females. Of the total population in Sydney 0.3% were Indigenous persons, compared with 2.3% Indigenous persons in Australia. more
15.9% of persons usually resident in Sydney stated they were born in Australia. Other common responses within Sydney were: China 7.6%, Indonesia 7.0%, Korea, Republic of 5.8%, Thailand 4.2% and Hong Kong 2.6%.
The most common responses for religious affiliation for persons usually resident in Sydney were No Religion 17.9%, Catholic 12.4%, Buddhism 11.2%, Anglican 5.0% and Presbyterian and Reformed 2.2%.
English was stated as the only language spoken at home by 22.5% of persons usually resident in Sydney. The most common languages other than English spoken at home were: Mandarin 8.7%, Cantonese 6.7%, Indonesian 5.9%, Korean 5.6% and Thai 4.0%.
* statistcs taken from the 2006 Census for postal area 2000 conducted by the Australian Bureau of Statistics