Reached my voicemail at approximately 1 o'clock but did not leave a message. I am also on the DNC Register. Caller: Australian Health & Wellness Forum
Answered hello in a daft voice and when they answered me I put the phone down and didn't hangup, they soon hung up and I then blocked their number...wish I could get a phone with an internal 500Gb hard drive because I will be blocking a lot more, we are also on the DNC register.
Same here, asked general questions at first, then personal at which point I hung up. anyone know how to deal with the person on this phone number, I have had a few call from this phone number, and I don't pick up any more form this from phone numbers , this one is annoying, the person call so many times now , I know its a scam, Caller: 'Australian Health and Wellness Forum'
Fake number, Phillipino voice. She was still talking as I said 'I choose not to participate' and hung up.
My husband answered the first time, foreign female voice, said she was from Australian Health & Wellness Forum. That's as far as she got because he hung up. Within the 30 seconds, I took the next call, it was probably same woman, she said she was from Australian Health & Wellness Forum. I questioned her and she said it was a private company. She said she wasn't selling anything, just wanted to do a 3 minute survey and was there anyone there over 50. I told her I don't do any business over the phone, she was persistent that she only wanted to ask questions about my health, I said No and hung up. A fat lot of use it is to be on the Do Not Call register. serial nuisance. There has to be a way to stop these scammers Caller: Would be a call centre
Eventually he said hello, background noise as in call centre. When I did not speak, he hung up. Do not engage in conversation. A scam.
Caller: Don't Know
Said they were from Health and Wellness Forum. I hung up
Scam.. put on Block Call.. Keeps ringing, won't leave a message. Screen says "Unknown". Wish I could block these pests. Caller: Australian Health & Wellness Forum
The DNC register is ineffective with these calls because they're not from within Australia. These are OS scam call centers, who are using fake caller ID to appear to come from within Australia.
There is no Australian Health & Wellness Forum.
Caller: Australian Health & Wellness Forum
Nope - they are "cloned" voip numbers. The actual number does not exists, yet they are able to fake the caller ID on the incoming call.
Like others rang couple of times and hung up. Second such call today I'm blaming the election (had a couple of those calls already) and I'm on the Do Not Call register not that iit's doing any good lately. Caller: (08) 9497 5375
I returned their missed call a few minutes later. Got Telstra recorded message "number is not connected". It obviously is connected, so are they putting a recording of the Telstra voice onto their answering device?
Get sick of this number calling !! won't stop calling and hanging up. I no longer speak first when unknown numbers call, most of the computer generated calls just hang up. This time someone said hello, so I said hello and she hung up.. Caller Nick from Warragul rang about 3.45PM claiming to be from Telstra, said they had detected a fault with my computer, wanted to know the ID of my device, said they could fix the problem if they had my log in details,I asked them to tell me the name of some of the shops opposite their ''Call Centre" then he hung up ???? This number called and I didnt answer as I didnt know the number. Let it go to answering machine- no message left. Immediately followed by a call from a private number - you guessed it - didnt leave a message then either.
21 complaints this year
127 total complaints
Anonymous on (08) 9468 8595
Long deep breathing creepy
Anonymous on 0435 445 212
Speaking non English language, left long voice mail
Lay Away Depot on (07) 4212 4216
I called back number (07) 4212 4216 reached voice mail for Lay Away Depot.
Anonymous on (03) 9818 1403
Never heard of them. They didn't leave a message.
Craig on 0440 225 569
Asian voice after about 3 seconds, so I hung up, I don't know anyone that speakers whatever...
In 2006, there were 29,855 persons usually resident in Armadale: 49.3% were males and 50.7% were females. Of the total population in Armadale 3.2% were Indigenous persons, compared with 2.3% Indigenous persons in Australia. more
The most common industries of employment for persons aged 15 years and over usually resident in Armadale were School Education 3.8%, Road Freight Transport 3.7%, Cafes, Restaurants and Takeaway Food Services 3.6%, Supermarket and Grocery Stores 3.6% and Hospitals 2.6%.
47.6% of persons aged 15 years and over usually resident in Armadale were married, 33.8% never married, 13.5% separated or divorced and 5.1% widowed.
English was stated as the only language spoken at home by 87.2% of persons usually resident in Armadale. The most common languages other than English spoken at home were: Dutch 1.0%, Italian 0.7%, German 0.5%, Spanish 0.3% and Malay 0.2%.
* statistcs taken from the 2006 Census for postal area 6112 conducted by the Australian Bureau of Statistics