01227 Area Code
This company, Tinder Miner, is a scammer that has stolen a large sum of money from people all over the globe.
This is a compare the networks.com website pretty consistent at calling . I am a sole trader.
I am not aware I ever paid a subscription to Amazon, and I am worried this is a scam. I saw an automated message on my phone saying my subscription for £79.99 would be automatically renewed, and I decided to press one to cancel. I put the phone down before pressing. Please advise.
This user has reported a positive experience with this number.
They called and left no message. They were suspicious.
A person voice is heard about internet connections in an difficult accent. So far, it seems merely an annoyance, but since the ring has no other apparent purpose, I suspect a criminal motive.
Can anyone tell me who this number is for? Thanks
When I answered the phone, it hung up.
The ring was about insulation, though.
I have never called continuously and the one time I answered the phone nobody on the other line replied.
This ring told me my internet would be turned off in 24 hours.
A person knew my name, said they were from Amazon, and could I confirm that I had just bought an item from Amazon in the sum of £49.50. I said I did not believe they were from Amazon, and this was a scammer. They straight away hung up - guilty as charged?
Did my wife ask why they wanted to learn new information?
I did not answer the call because I did not recognise the numbers and did not have my answer service on, so I did not answer the call. My answer service kicked in and there was no message left on the phone. I traced the call and called the numbers back, but the phoneline did not ring
When I called back the call out was only number.
The telephoner not answered, leaving a message asking for another number.
Mrs answered, person said How are you today, they said fine, they hung up.
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