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Rang at 1a.m.    Recorded message telling me that I may be eligible for a government funded grant for solar panels.    I cannot believe that calling a private house at one o'clock in the morning is even legal but it seems there is nothing I can do
S wilson (Warrington, United Kingdom) Jan 21 2014, 9:05 am Post
It keeps ringing n ringing day after day ...I haven't answered it but when I google the no it said it was a nusaince call. Can you plz make em stop ..thx
Mrs d Wilson (Surbiton, United Kingdom) Jan 8 2014, 2:56 am Post
I received a call from this number today. It is a guy saying that he works for Vodafone, will give me a discount if I change my mobile monthly package to Vodafone and ask a lot of information about my phone. He knows my name, mobile number and email address however I have never used Vodafone before. It makes me feel really dangerous about my information!
Guest (Bristol, United Kingdom) Apr 11 2013, 1:59 am Post
Just got one from this number    - deeply unpleasant woman. Asked for my husband but kept saying 'her' and 'she' so I was trying to quiz her to see if she actually was after me. She was really rude. :(
Suz (United Kingdom) Mar 15 2013, 7:57 pm Post
Thank for all of your info on this number I will amke sure they do not call anymore.

     Regards to all
Guest (176.249.48.*) Feb 28 2013, 9:04 pm Post
Got a call from this number and I couldn't hear what they were saying. When I tried to call back the number doesn't work. Suspicious!
Adam (Bristol, United Kingdom) Feb 27 2013, 3:41 am Post
Never answered, but from what I have seen something looks not right. Best advise is just to ignore what they say. Work with SCDEA (Scottish Crime & Drug Enforcement Agency) in the e-crime unit, and defiantly seems like some form of cybercrime/cyber deviance aimed at defrauding people out of money.
guest (London, United Kingdom) Jan 18 2013, 12:24 am Post
Didn'y amswer their call as not known to me - no answer when called back from call box ... internet search goives them as dodgy payday loan sharks and false baliffs who threaten.
noel (London, United Kingdom) Sep 24 2012, 11:31 pm Post
i have checked them out thoroughly they are not a scam, phones4u tried to tell me they were but I have since found out the phones 4u are telling lies to anyone who finds a cheaper insurance, it seems to be the latest high street shop method of fighting off competition. I feel like going back to the phones4u and demand some compensation from them because of the lies they told me I cancelled my bank account.
Guest (Newport, United Kingdom) Nov 14 2011, 2:55 am Post
Recently got new phone, was warned by shop assistant that I may get call from insurance guy but to ignore it.    Got call few days later, guy offered better insurance deal (my ears perked up!) asked me loads of questions (didn't even know my name, what type of phone? Hmmm suspicious!) by time he asked for my bank sort code alarm bells rang, made my excuses, said I had to go (should've said straight away I don't give bank details over phone!), has tried to phone me several times but I have ignored it.    There are many callblocking apps you can download, so just add their number to that.    Have looked at couple of websites with MPI cover ltd., when clicking on 'contact us' or 'about' on homepage    it directs you to 'page not found' or no number at all, just email address. Best case scenario its legit worst case its a scam, would rather not take chance.    Never give your bank details to anyone you've not called or has come randomly to your door!!!!
Guest (Glasgow, United Kingdom) Sep 27 2011, 10:10 pm Post
lots off rubish she said to me bannas
Guest (Bedworth, United Kingdom) Aug 11 2011, 11:34 pm Post
i didn't wanna risk it. Id rather pay the extra insurance than get scammed, ive been rung by mobiles aswell offering the same thing. I think its a scam, unless carphone warehouse are being paid by these companies to give out details about new policys
Guest (Basildon, United Kingdom) Aug 4 2011, 7:38 pm Post
Answered the phone to a nice woman (didn't catch the name of the company she worked for) who started asking if my phone was working then asking what phone I'd got, then she was said my insurance at the moment for it is 9.99 (its not it's 11.99) and that they was going to drop the insurance down to 5.99 and that the excess was going to go from 50 to 25 and other 'deals' then she started asking for my address postcode and my name and then my sort code for my bank account which I then hung up the phone and she tried to call twice again, not being funny but if it was the insurance company they already have my details so i'd still be paying my original insurance i set up in the shop as well as whatever the people on the phone were going to do to my account.
April (Burnley, United Kingdom) Jun 21 2011, 7:11 pm Post