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  • automated callers pretending to be Amazon

    Hi
    there
    I have had a call from someone claiming to be amazon claiming I was over charged by 85 quid for something and I need to press option one or two est
    The callers number was 01905 455886 if that helps
    Thanks
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  • #2
    Have a look at BBC1 Scammers, on at 10oc

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    • #3
      You beat me to it!

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      • #4


        Have not owned or watched TV for over 10 years!

        But if it was a program on fake news the BBC then I would be reluctent to belive any of it

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        • #5
          Premium rate numbers regulated by the Phone-paid Services Authority



          scam calls ?
          up to £3.60 and your phone company’s access charge, plus 5p to £6 per call up to £3.60 and your phone company’s access charge, plus 5p to £6 per call

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          • #6
            Perhaps iPlayer and watch the program?

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            • #7
              I dont have an iplayer either

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              • #8
                The problem is how do you get any mail or messages if you don't have any means of receiving messages from a TV or any gadgets? please explain as it will save me a fortune in Broadband cost. I was once called upon by the Samaritans to assist people in crisis, telephony would have helped a lot.
                Last edited by DE DOGS; 25th April 2022, 13:09:PM. Reason: ammend

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by DE DOGS View Post
                  The problem is how do you get any mail or messages if you don't have any means of receiving have a TV or any gadgets? please explain as it will save me a fortune in Broadband cost. I was once called upon by the Samaritans telephony would have helped a lot
                  snail mail ??

                  I do know a couple of families who have neither internet access nor TV nor broadband and they live happy stress free lives

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                  • #10
                    Accessing iPlayer via the device the OP uses to post here is of course possible, but I guess that the OP does not possess a television licence.

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