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They have called me 4 times within a week.They say I have already made a mid-sale claim with them but we’re unable to proceed with it but the rules have now changed and they can now go ahead with it.Well if that is the case they will have all of the information from when I am supposed to have made original claim otherwise where did they get my home number from. Obviously just fishing for information. My home number is x-directory and If need be I only give out my mobile number.
Male person saying they could save me money on my life insurance policy. I just need to give them my full personal details and full insurance details of all my policies.He became uninterested when I said I lived in a home, and was being cared for.Yet another scam company I think. When wil they be stopped.
Seems like a scam. Computer voice reports one of your cards has been used to send £600 overseas and card might become inactive unless you press 2 to verify the transaction. If you do that, you'll likely be faced with someone trying to extract details from you so they can comit a fraud against you.
I was waiting a FedEx parcel and received a text from this number with the right tracking number and they even knew when the parcel was delayed and the new delivery date and was asking for 75 in import tax. Not sure how they knew the details but was definitely a scam
Claimed to be from Santander about 2 ‘odd’ transactions on my account. Said my name, and the last 4 digits of my card. I was immediately suspicious, told him I didn’t trust him and that I’ll call Santander myself. He hung up. Called Santander, they confirmed it was fraud.
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