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Posted 29 November 2012 - 02:24 PM
I just called back a missed number and their was a recorded message saying that if you were calling the number in response to a missed call, you may have been the victim of an attempted scam. it says to report the scam to scamwatch. I am guessing someone has hacked their phone number and attempted to call me from it trying to get info out of me, but I don't know and am a little concerned. has anybody else had this happen? the number was (02)8838220 and the company was called e-tivity, which has a website and seems to be a legit business.
Posted 29 November 2012 - 03:50 PM
Thanks everyone. Sorry Twilight Zone, the missing number was a 0 at the end. I did google it and it came up with e-tivity.
Debspotatohead, that makes me feel much better.
I guess all I can do is warn anyone that if they get a call from that number, they should beware.
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