Bill Phone calls
(Addition to previous) From other comments on here, I can see this is in fact a sales company that provides services to a numbers of other companies to cold ring on their behalf for commission. The data warehouse/broker thing was kindly explained by 1 of these callers a couple of weeks back. It's a never-ending cycle - in order to pay the telephone bills of an initial cold call, data is sold on to the next cold-calling company. Who knows what other info we might have given over the telephone get
scammer The 09306507843 telephone numbers is a Premium rate numbers telephone numbers also know an 09 number. This numbers usually costs up to £3.60 minute if you ring from a UK based home telephone or mobile phone. Do not ring this number, unless very necessary! They ring & hung up when you answer, I guess its a scammer to get you to ring back & end up with a very large telephone bill.
Caller pretending to be my daughter, phone broken, new device, needing to pay bill online urgently, wanting transfer of almost 5,000, fortunately I knew the caller was not using language/phrases as my daughter would. Deleted conversations and locked number.
TOTAL SCAMMERS!!! The phone numbers 03002003841 (0300 200 3841) are containing people trying to obtain money for Corporation Tax bills which don't exist. They are not from HM Revenue & Customs, they are fraudsters. They also use a variation of 0
scammer SMS message as follows: "Vodafone: Payments for your latest bill could not be processed by your bank. Please update your money sent info via: https://vodafone.amend-bills.com?acc=2" Obvious scammer looking at address line, but also we do not have a Vodafone account!
Just had a ring from a person with an foreign accent. Told myself I was due a % discount on my BT bill for paying my bill promptly. Listened to her speech until they asked for the name of my bank. Killed the ring and they straight away called back. If BT offers are u
The called today (business) asking to talk to the owner. Would not disclose to myself (admin) what they wanted when i asked if i could pass on any message to my boss. Very curt lady, just stated 'he knows what its about because i spoke with him yesterday I'll ring back later'. After speaking to the boss it seems that it is regarding money saving money on the phone bills.
inaudible ring Just had another inaudible ring from this numbers , i don't even have a car, but my neighbour borrowed our credit card to pay their parking fine , now this numbers has phoned two times this week, the only way they could have got my telephone numbers is from my bank when their bill was paid.
scammer This numbers used WhatsApp to contact me, putting on to be a relative who was using a temporary number. Said they needed to lend £2850 to pay an important bill. I realised it was a scam, so they sent another message saying they were in my house.
Received a SMS form this numbers state to be o2 saying they couldn’t take my bill money sent this month. Along with a link to a scammer site to take my details. Can’t report to o2 as they seem to have shut down most forms of comms. Watch out, do not change your bank details on this link!!
Young lady with foreign accent informing I had been overcharged on my telephone bill, they said they was from Sky, I told her I wasn’t with Sky but they said all other companies, BT, Virgin etc rented the telephone lines from them, I think they could tell I did not believe her & hang up
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