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Again linked to a John Lewis inquiry which I did not complete because I feared this kind of response, I also went back through the form in reverse removing my detalis but they obviously have the ability to over ride deletions. Not something I would imagine John Lewis would want to be aligned to.
Had a phone call from this number about a magazine I had but cancelled my subscription by email he went on to ask that my last payment was declined and asked for new payment I said I cancelled by email and payment was taken still after the line went dead
My Dad died 3 days ago and my distraught Mum had several calls this morning. Given so many reports of what they're up to from this number it beggars belief that somebody in authority can't do something.
I was duped by this number... I was just looking to update my Garmin... and then he asked to check my laptop settings. He has done too many too fast. Asking me what my job is—- I didn’t tell him. I was duped to paying 140+ for a windows defense thing. He uploaded stuff I’m not sure of. The good thing from the bad that I’ve paid him was I used my phone to do the transaction and didn’t do it on the laptop. Now I’m reformatting my laptop to make sure I get rid of all the links he uploaded. Lesson learned.
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