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Came thru as a number from Barclays fraud team, belongs to locksmith from Sunderland, someone is using a genuine 0800 number to hook people. Didn’t hang around to find out how the scam works, I suspect the next step is to call or email to try to obtain your bank account details. I wouldnt trust anyone claiming to be your bank
The number came through on an e-mail from 'Barclays', and is supposed to be from their Fraud Prevention Team. However it appears to be a genuine number belonging to a locksmith in Sunderland ( and other locations ).
Domestic insurance...... so they say, mine up for renewal..... didn't have old policy number, no email address..... just name, address & postcode.... SCAM SCAM SCAM.... Saying my washing machine, TV and cooker covered..... cooker is bottled gas so won't have that covered.... then tried to get me to pay annually.... etc etc..... SCAM SCAM....
seems ok. The company is Britannic Appliances Services, which does exist. I dislike these cold calls and am suspicious, but I did research it,fearing a scam. I don't know how good the company is but it certainly is on the internet. The phone number they gave got me through to customer services at BAS
Called from 3 separate numbers ( 020 3514-1251 020 3129-5757). I called back but I could not contact this "Damien Roberts". He had information on an investment account I used previously, and my e-mail address, and he sent me a confirmation e-mail to clarify, offering a £54k refund in Bitcoin from a investment account I closed some 7 months ago (I only had £2k in the account before closing)??? He requested to take over my computer to complete the transaction (NO CHANCE)!!!. Asked him to call back later. Meantime I checked his company name 'Roberts Co Accountants' (Bristol & London) and they have never heard of this person 'Damien-Roberts'. The words £54k sounds good, but be careful with these scam calls and never let them control your computer or give them your bank details.
Male caller claimed to be from British Gas, asked to speak to the owner of the business. when I informed him that the owner was unavailable he said he would cut off supply. He wanted me to speak to his supervisor. I hung up but he immediately called back and warned me if I hung up again our supply would be cut off. Caller was rude to the point of being aggressive.
This is an EE network number - say they are from Registrar Deaths - asking personal questions about my mother, deceased 5 years ago, and my father who died last week. Will call back for the answers - I have reported it to Registrar In Newham, London as I suspect this is suspicious. Goes straight to voicemail when calling back
This number has been used as part of a fraudulent business email for 'Office Essentials' which it has no relation to. They emailed claiming to have an overdue invoice outstanding. Fortunately one of my team notice the gmail email address and the fact we only have one company we order stationary from so made it stick out like a sore thumb.
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