this number (03) 9087 0031 seems to be not in service anymore Caller: Solar LEAD GENERATORS or outright PHISHING.
Another IP Phone with one way calling.
I will never support any company that pays these parasites.
We need to name and shame their customers.
DON'T GIVE BANK ACCOUNT DETAILS OVER THE PHONE THEY ARE OBVIOUSLY NOT IN THIS COUNTRY.
Seems to come up as potential fraud! Some sort of scam call, called back and it says number not in use The I dian lady said to me at the end f*ck off mate. Very very rude service. Caller: Potential Fraud
Hate these spam callers. One way calls. You can't ring back ever.
Caller: Indian accent woman
She told me for $200 she could get my business to the top of google search-I asked her where she was based ,she said south Australia but couldn’t say what street or city she got very angry and hung up..!!
Trying to sell.., blocked immediately
Scam Caller: Unknown
They call to check if your number is real and will call back from various mobile numbers throughout the day. Decline the call and block
Caller: (03) 9087 0031
My mobile phone protection put the call straight to spam and automatically blocked the number.
nuisance call Caller: Australian data management
I received a call from this number today.
Didn’t answer and blocked it now I know the name of the company that sold my soul to the devil.
I am so sick of these spam callers
Wish they would f*ck off
scammer Same as previous.. Spam call Can't call back as number is not in service. I reckon this was blocked by Telco spam filters. I have heard that unfortunately their current tech can't block the call before it rings, but will stop it connecting. Called today rang out before I could answer Called - no message
25 complaints this year
25 total complaints
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