Got a call this evening from a man posing as a BT technician. He told me that my broadband connection has been compromised and requested that I give him access to my computer so that he can 'resolve the problem'. This is a pretty common scam so you shouldn't have any troubles recognising it.
We have once again been called by the above number. Although we have a callblocker it is annoying to receive calls from 03335565838 every single day at different times; sometimes twice a day. As both my wife and I are in our seventies and disabled, receiving such calls is extremely frustrating
I have had several calls/text and invoices from this company. I know absolutely nothing about them or I am aware of any outstanding debts! I have therefore ignored all correspondence AND not divulged any information. I suspect they are scammer's!! Beware!!!
Don't know keep hanging up when I answer happened a few times or I will answer to see who it is this time and as I say hello it starts ringing from there end so just hang up so sick of all these calls from different numbers from all over England and Wales for months now every single day 3-4 times different numbers each time even calling at 6. 30/7. 00 or a bit later at night why are they allowed to get away with this!!!!
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