Trying to pay a bill but hit brick walls each time. Staff rude, abrupt and unhelpful. This is not a scam its a collection agency Collection agency for Optus.
Friendly helpful staff
Scam! Sent a message to my mobile for someone else! Stating 'this is urgent etc etc...." Sending out random pre-formatted text messages stating how important it is??? Professional... NOT!!! Also left with a file number and a very important please call back made to my workplace, the receptionist said that they would not say who they were. Dodgy. Got a message saying for my dad to call back, with emphasis on the word 'only' in the recorded message. Who and whats this about? my file no. is 476283. I have made previous attempt to ask you that " is it possible that my husband talk with you behalf of me ? because I am unable to speak in english," but you didn't answered. today I reapeat my question, so please answer soon.thanks. Not impressed with the message left on my phone telling me that it is very important to call, but does not bother to state the name of the business. Is this a scam?
Anna on (07) 5508 8410
The gentleman told me there was fraudulent activity on a credit card. Then wanted to know which...
Anonymous on (03) 8376 1084
i rang the number back and they were from Amplifon a hearing aid company
Craig on (03) 8797 5081
Calling to confirm about Covid-19 Super Withdrawal Request
Anonymous on (02) 9094 1214
automated messages stating an important message from peoples republic of china..
Dawn on 0480 297 633
Automated/computer call up, the Lind “clicked” then a foreign voice started talking to me.
In 2006, there were 33,195 persons usually resident in MAIN BEACH: 51.3% were males and 48.7% were females. Of the total population in MAIN BEACH 0.5% were Indigenous persons, compared with 2.3% Indigenous persons in Australia. more
52.6% of persons usually resident in MAIN BEACH stated they were born in Australia. Other common responses within MAIN BEACH were: New Zealand 7.3%, England 4.4%, Japan 1.8%, Germany 0.7% and South Africa 0.7%.
The most common responses for religious affiliation for persons usually resident in MAIN BEACH were Catholic 22.5%, Anglican 20.0%, No Religion 15.6%, Uniting Church 4.2% and Presbyterian and Reformed 3.4%.
The most common responses for occupation for employed persons usually resident in MAIN BEACH were Professionals 18.3%, Managers 17.7%, Sales Workers 14.9%, Clerical and Administrative Workers 13.2% and Technicians and Trades Workers 12.1%.
* statistcs taken from the 2006 Census for postal area 4217 conducted by the Australian Bureau of Statistics