It must be a busy lady if she clamed she was from a gas compani to others. On my answering machine she was from bitcoin. From the begining i got a mail that i had a bitcoin payment waiting. And normaly i wuld say yearh right. But i used this bitcoin program to years back. So it culd be that somthing had happend on that account. There was a link to the bitcoin site and i tryeid to log in. With my phone number and then the calls start happening very fast again and again. But i did not answer..
Received cold call on 8 January from female who sounded very uncertain. I queried who she was and the company and claimed British Gas. Wanted to know my direct debit details as she could reduce my payment. As soon as I told her I had just updated my tariff she hung up. Is this a scam attempt? If this is genuinely British Gas then they need to train their operatives better.
Pretending to be british gas saying they've had a notification i'm leaving told - called british gas and they don't have any record of any phone calls made to myself or that I'm leaving AVOID THIS NUMBER
This is definitely British Gas, They called me to discuss, Why I was leaving them, For another energy provider They saved me a phone call, As I had already decided not to leave and because of that, I've now got a better rate with them. ü§™
0333 numbers are examples of a non-geographic phone numbers. These are numbers that are not linked to any locality within the UK. They were introduced in 2007 as an alternative to the traditional landlines that were usually assigned geographically through the use of a system of location-specific area codes. All 0333 numbers are landline numbers. However, unlike the ‘01’ or ‘02’ landline numbers, you cannot identify the area 0333 numbers are associated with.