Very persistent. Called my daughter's phone repeatedly over a week and she explained she was not the bill payer, Finally got to speak to me. Advising me how to get Vodaphone offers via app then tried to sell me an Ipad and broadband.
They have called me 10 times in the last 2 days. Accidently left me a voice mail - they forgot to hang the phone up - I could hear the call centre in the background Not interested in what they are offering - number now blocked
Vodafone. Normally they phone once. I told the woman i was not interested. She kept going on. I hung up. They phoned again and everyday which is pointless as i blocked them. And tried to ring agsin today.
Rings a number of times during the day, Assumed this was Vodafone. Answered first time to try and sell me a tablet under a 24 month contract. I said no, But I keep getting calls on my phone from the same number. Not sure if this is Vodafone or not.
They‚Äôre an absolute nightmare, Rang me 5 times in the last 24 hours and I answered the last time just now essentially to tell them to sod off, And it was just some man going on about an iPad then put the phone down? Go away.
They knew all my details and I mean EVERYTHING, From personal to what my bills for the past few months have been, Propper freaked me out and was trying to sell me tablets, Vodafone said they do not call and sell to you, I put in a fraud request, My number is also blocked from cold callers so I‚Äôll sue them if they aren‚Äôt legitimate, Best to just not answer them
They keep calling on a number that I‚Äôve bought for my disabled brother so I can keep in touch. They are offering him an I pad for loyal service to Vodafone. It‚Äôs a marketing scam.. I‚Äôve since contacted Vodafone to let them know. Be very careful as they want bank details to pay for postage of said I pad.
Received 3 calls every single week day for the last 2 weeks. Finally answered and its Vodafone trying to offer me an upgrade. I opted out of marketing two months ago and I'm still getting this harassment. Thanks Vodafone.
Vodafone sales to offer an iPad on contract for 15% off as I am a ‚Äúvalued customer‚Äù. They have called quite a few times with no messages left over the last few days. They were polite when I answered and said I was not interested.
Claiming to be Vodafone. They knew what phone I had. Tried to sell me a tablet, But asked for the first two digits of my PIN. I hung up and called Vodafone, No such thing. These guys are pretty sophisticated and have at least some access to the Vodafone systems, So beware!
This is actually Vodafone but they're trying to sell you something either a tablet or a watch that can send text messages and make phone calls and down load music to, If I had that why would I need a phone?? Also try to get you to change ur broadband provider but if you tell them ur happy with what you've got they're ok with that n wish you a good day n hang up
Rang me, Because didn't recognise the number I did a number check. I am a Vodaphone customer and have told them before, If I want a deal I will look on line. When they started to ring me before. So going to wait for the next call and give them a blasting
Claim to be Vodafone but after calling Vodafone directly they told me it was nothing to do with them and they would ONLY contact you by text message only if opted in when contract taken out. Its scammers using there name to get your details. Police are aware but there using fake GPS apps to avoid them.
Vodaphone selling numbers to scammers quite happy as long as they get revenue. Well the only way to deal with it is to switch provider if vodaphone don't do the right thing. I am switching my 7 business numbers. I dont't know what the economy is losing with everyone constantly being harrassed evey day multiple times.