Call from this number, subcontinent accent said it was a senior health survey. Said no and put the phone down. Immediately re-rang and a woman this time, same story. Said No again and put the phone down. Checked the call log and between these two calls was a missed call from the same number. Calls timed at 12;33, 12:34 and 12:34. Persistant or what? Nothing since. Told we are "Do Not Call Register". Woman replied "we are not selling anything" I put our phones on this register to stop these types of calls. What is the use if they ignore our wishes? Best answer ! Slab 13 city morgue you kill them I chill them what is your address for pick up, they don't ring again ! O/S scammers from asian countries very superstitious dumb bastards 03/11/17Names found on this number
103 Gerald Bvd, Davoren Park SA 5113, Australia
14 older records found on this number.
Telstra Corporation Limited
(08) 8254 2361
(08) 8254 2361
(08) 8254 2361
Caller: Foreign scammers
Thank our puppet government for selling our jobs and personal details offshore. If they aren't importing the third world at our expense they are helping them bleed us dry with phone and internet scams. The joys of "diversity", in real word terms means keeping us poor and debt ridden so the tax and interest gravy train keeps rolling on for the elite.
I answered it on the 1st ring. No answer, until I almost hung it up when a foreign voice said Hello. If no-one answers when I say hello, I know it has been dialled by a computer / robot. Caller: The Australian Health and Wellness Forum survey
Told them as a matter of principal I do not answer questionnaire or surveys.
Asked me if I was over 50? Not trying to sell me anything!
Told caller "with accent" that I was not prepared to co-operate.
Thanked me "have a nice day"
I wonder if the owners of this phone number ever check their own phone details like this to see how many fans they have.
returned the missed call. "The number you have called is not connected" was the response. Has anyone else noticed that these things started when Telstra in it's infinite wisdom moved services offshore? Between this rubbish and "someone from this number had a motoring accident within the last 12 months" and "please log on to your internet as I am from telstra and we notice you are having problems" I have had enough. Poo poo to you telstra. Had a call from this number from a man called Francis, conducting a survey regarding seniors health. Hope it's not a scam. He had an accent, probably from the Philipines, i would say. Yes we have an answering machine so if no message is left I plug the number into search and usually they are nuisance calls so I block them. Love blocking them! Caller: Australian Health and Wellness Forum
They are not a scam, per se. What they actually do is market research for Revitalife. I've gotten a ring from them before, and Revitalife rang me after a week or so. Revitalife offers a variety of therapeutic products that help middle-aged to seniors. They give a 1 week free trial, and the product they'll offer will depend on the health questions you answered. I am an elderly man, and have a lot of back problems. I was able to be treated by the bed they sell.
Caller: Australian Health and Wellness Forum
I am an Aussie that goes back and forth from AU to the Philippines since me and my filipino wife are building a house for ourselves. I can speak fluent tagalog. Anyway I think I know where these people are working. I rode a jeepney (their public transport) and have heard two women, one was probably in her 20s and the other was around mid-50s. They were talking about the calls they had for the day, I believe. They are selling beds for Revitalife (an aussie therapeutic company). I heard the younger lady say (english translated): "What is happening to talk to me?" At first, I got confused. Then the elderly lady said: "That always happens there in talk to me". At that point, I thought talk to me was where they worked. What I did was try searching it on google, I didn't get any result. Since I was in Alabang, Muntinlupa City that time, I added Alabang to the search. And boom, I got their company. It's Talk2Me. I did a quick background check where they are located. I even tried going to their office. It was really small. I didn't even bother going in. There you have it mates. Talk2Me is giving their services to Revitalife.
Exactly the same thing just happened to me. Filipino accent but I got sucked in. Same questions. Said she got my info from the white pages. Phone no was (08) 9497 5375 (Perth no). I too wish I'd hung up but I didn't give them any personal info. Definitely a scam of some kind as she kept validating my answers in a personal way eg "Do you have any major health problems" to which I answered no and she said "well done, keep living a healthy lifestyle". That was when the light bulb went on! I asked who the survey was being done for: answer = Australian Health and Wellness forum, a private company. If they call through Skype (or similar) they can make the call look like it came from any number they want. Account set-up asks you to enter a number (can be anywhere, any number - no checks) in response to: Display this number when I call or text (SMS) mobiles and landlines from Skype. Not Telstra's fault, nor 'Do Not Call' register - the DNC relies on complaints and doesn't (indeed can't) block calls - would be no use anyway when scammers can use any number they like (see comment re Skype). Beware of this phone number.
Filipino called Jeff claiming to be doing survey for Australian Seniors Health Forum. He wouldn't say who hired him or which association the Forum belonged to, and I found trace of this forum via Google. I later discovered that 'Jeff' was hiding behind an Australian out-of-service landline phone number. Come on Telstra, put a stop to these scammers once and for all.
I was phoned to do this survey. I told him I was at work and then agreed to do a shortened version (1 minute). As soon as I said I was in my late 40's he hung up on me. Rude Caller: Australian Health and Wellness Forum
This is a scam call but it seems to target seniors. How does it know who to call? Who has sold phone numbers (including numbers on the Do Not Call register - what a joke that is!) to this bunch of scammers overseas?
said he was from Australian Health and Wellness forum and doing a survey, He went straight to the point after telling me he was not selling anything and di I have arthritis. I hung up after telling Marcu any phone survey I have been on I was asked personal questions.
Caller: Australian health and wellness forum (08) 9537 6558
I asked if what this organisation i and If I could find it on the internet. I asked for the website. They hung up.
Had said they were looking for someone over 50 for a survey.
I answered the questions, it have no health / pain issues. So their final comment was, “Have a nice day!” I had no doubt the survey would be followed up with a sales pitch if I’d been seen as a candidate.
“Australian Health and Wellness Survey” must be part of Revitive - I must say the young man was courteous, and did exactly as he said he would - asked a few heath questions. Knew my surname, rang on my landline - so likely got my number from the directory.
Foreign person said he was from this Forum and wanted to carry out a survey. Advised him I give false answers to Surveys on the phone, as most people did for the election surveys, then thanked him for the call and hung up.
8 complaints this year
97 total complaints
Anonymous on (03) 8609 2329
Keeps calling never leaves message
Anonymous on (02) 8923 2529
Typical answer to silence call waiting to be put through to a call centre
Anonymous on +61 224664410314
Simpatico on (02) 8073 0572
This guy is still active. Beware.
Anonymous on (03) 9873 8865
This number called on 19/02/20. Picked up and got recorded messages stating that 'This is...
In 2006, there were 18,092 persons usually resident in Davoren Park: 49.3% were males and 50.7% were females. Of the total population in Davoren Park 4.0% were Indigenous persons, compared with 2.3% Indigenous persons in Australia. more
The most common responses for religious affiliation for persons usually resident in Davoren Park were No Religion 32.8%, Anglican 15.7%, Catholic 13.5%, Uniting Church 5.4% and Lutheran 2.7%.
There were 4,738 families in Davoren Park: 31.2% were couple families with children, 32.2% were couple families without children, 34.5% were one parent families and 2.0% were other families.
English was stated as the only language spoken at home by 88.9% of persons usually resident in Davoren Park. The most common languages other than English spoken at home were: Spanish 0.8%, German 0.4%, Italian 0.3%, Vietnamese 0.3% and Khmer 0.3%.
* statistcs taken from the 2006 Census for postal area 5113 conducted by the Australian Bureau of Statistics