I keep getting texts from this number about payments from my account - I don't have an account with this bank This number is the toll free number for Macquarie Bank. You can link it with (07) 3233 8136 This number is on the Macquarie Bank web site. I phoned them and they could answer questions about my account. Keep getting text messages from Macquarie asking if my account details have changed or a sum of $7500 has been transferred from your account phone 1800 806 310 or 1300 150 300 to update.
Its totally a scam
I don't have an account with Macquarie bank, keep getting sms advising an online request to transfer $1k, another for $7.5k and another again for 1k.
1 complaints this year
2 total complaints
I Called Back on (02) 8718 4051
I tried to call back the number (02) 8718 4051 but the person who picked up the phone...
Anonymous on (02) 8599 2893
Left a polite message indicating that they were calling about my recent accommodation booking at...
Anonymous on (02) 6188 5929
Call centre wankers....
get a real job
I Called Back on (02) 4063 1746
I called back number (02) 4063 1746 rang once then gets disconnected automatically.
Dalby Allied Health on (07) 4662 0459
I called back the number (07) 4662 0459 and reached vm that said I reached Dalby Allied Health
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
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