NEVER GIVE ANYONE ACCEPT FAMILY YOUR NUMBER - CHANGE YOUR NUMBER AND THEN NEVER GIVE THE NUMBER ACCEPT TO FREINDS.dONT EVEN GIVE THE PROPER ONE TO EBAY AND BANKS!!!!!!!!!
THEY ARE ALL SELLING THEM - EVERY BUSINESS SELLS ON INFO - ITS PATHETIC
Same as Vistaman, except my call was 7 March 2013 at 11:05. I did nothing, waiting until the caller hung up.
1. have opted in to receive updates from the financial services industry,
2. can get up to 70% of my outstanding debts over £10,000 written off,
3. should press 5 to talk to an operator who will post me an information pack, and
4. should press 9 to opt out.
First call was at 15:54 on 21 February 2013 and second call was at 16:16 on 6 March 2013.
I haven't opted in to anything and I don't have any debt. Number reported to the ICO twice.
Keep calling even though ive opted out (I never opted in)
Unsolicited nuisance caller. About time someone stepped in from government to stop these leeches calling people. As if?
Made a travel enquiry with 'Best at Travel' yesterday.
Gave mobile number and email address.
Suddenly getting unsolicited calls and emails.
Doubt very much its a coincidence.
Lessen is - if you want something - call them - don't give out details on line as they will be sold to unprincipled companies.
DO NOT PRESS 5 OR 9 - IT WILL START TO CHARGE YOU.
To add to the people who posted above,
"Ring 5" to speak... would probably activate BT's 5 - call back function, which is a paid service.
DO NOT press 5 or 9.
Phoned with recorded message 12h41, 26FEB13: Important information about writing off outdated debt; believe I have unsecured loans over £10,000; 70% can be legally written off; I've previously opted in (NOT!). Ring 5 to speak; 9 to unsub. Hung on the line till call was dropped.
Same as Steph. Politely asked for number to be taken off database and had phone slammed down.