0255641859

02 5564 1859 is a Fixed Line Telephone Number which is located in Macksville, NSW 2447 and could be provided by Emerge Internet Pty Ltd.

0255641859

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    02 5564 1859 is a Fixed Line Telephone Number which is located in Macksville, NSW 2447 and could be provided by Emerge Internet Pty Ltd.

    However, number 02 5564 1859 might be spoofed by scammers who will manipulate the number so that the call appears to be coming from a local or well-known phone number, making it more likely to be trusted or answered.

    During today, the number 0255641859 was searched by users 4 times. This number was also searched 1 time yesterday. In total, users searched 67 times in last 30 days. Most of them are trying to find out who is calling from this number and what is the purpose of this number.

    Until now, phone number 0255641859 has received 20 reports with an average rating of 1.05 out of 5 and the most recent user rating left for this phone number was 1 out of 5. If you have a different experience with this number, please leave your own review.

    So far, Caller ID 0255641859 has a history of being a scam call. In total, this number has been found to be fraudulent 19 times. The last time this phone number was reported as a scam was on 11 July 2022.

    The number 02 5564 1859 could also be written in many formats such as 0255641859, (02) 5564 1859, 02 55641859, +61255641859, 0061255641859, 01161255641859, +61 2 5564 1859, 00 61 2 5564 1859, 011 61 2 5564 1859.

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    Wendell

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    Scammer calling about "VISA security"

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    Sneddon

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    Received a call (02) 5564 1859 Indian guy from Telstra going on about my National Broadband Network had been compromised. After letting him go on. I said that Telstra no longer hire Indian’s as you’re scamming has given Indians a bad reputation, he decided to just hang up.

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    Goede

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    5 calls in 2 days, idiot hopeless Indian scammers, Amazon, National Broadband Network, Telstra etc.

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    Paiva

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    I am calling from the security department of Visa/ MasterCard account. Hung up in him. Not aware that they share security services.

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    Sim

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    They called our business number. Said they were from National Broadband Network. Female Indian sounding voice. Very crackly line. Said I'm not interested and hung up.

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    Curry

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    Definitely a scam, calling from "Telstra" and his name is "Peter Watson". Never heard of an Indian with that name so called him out on it. Got very pissed off and hung up on me.

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    27/5/22 (AEST > = 12;25pm) 02 55 641 859 Phone number rang landline today and had opportunity to "LEAVE A MESSAGE" (If genuine intent?) Caller (Who? Whom ever?) didn, t leave a recorded message nor "AI" voice recognition! Above comment, s suggest "ONCE AGAIN" another Scammer of bogus game playing or outright Idiot!

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    Min

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    Saying I got hacked and want to help me.

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    Tietjen

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    Female voice this time Hello can you pickup the phone I cannot hear you; pickup the phone I cannot hear you: voice mail recording Serial pest with an accent of sort.

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    Blackwood

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    Claimed to be from Telstra and wanted to help me with my internet.

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    Gillingham

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    Me: Hello! What do you want to talk about? Her: (silence, then...) What do 'you' want to talk about? Me: Pick a topic, anything... Amazon account, E-bay delivery fee, Electricity charges, you choose Her; What do 'you' want to talk about? (then hangs up)

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    Orr

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    Scammer. Call me an idiot when I called him out as such.

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    Alamo

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    Everytime I pick up and say nothing they just hang up no noise or anything.

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    Kollman

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    Scam phone call from an Indian man by the name of Peter Watson, yeah right. When I questioned him on his real name and told him he was a scammer he got pissed off and hung up on me.

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    Horvat

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    Trying to gain access to bank account. Said Amazon and eBay charges on my credit card. Used name Robert Brown, Peter Roy and Emma. ID 86053 and ID L2919.

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    Catt

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    Came up as potential scam but never leaves a message.

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    Bienvenu

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    Claiming to be from the security department of Visa. Claimed there had been international transactions made on my account. I hung up - scam.

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    Servais

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    Claimed to be Telstra auditing scam attempts on my Internet.

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    Klapper

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    Received a call claiming to be from the "security department" of Visa &/or Mastercard. Claimed there had been international transactions made on my account they were following up on... When I said I would call my bank, they said the bank wouldn't be able to help me because it was an international transaction. I just hung up. scammer.

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    Schoch

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    Scammer pretending to be Telstra sayin I have a fault with my internet.

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    Telephone scammers try to steal your money or personal information. Scams may come through phone calls from real people, robocalls, or text messages.

    Call or message may be a scam if:

    • You're asked for personal information or money;
    • Text messages tell you to urgently click a link or call a number;
    • The call or text pretends to be from someone you trust like your phone company or bank;
    • You're being threatened or made to feel scared;
    • The caller wants to access and control your computer.

    To protect yourself:

    • Don't answer if you don't know who it is. Let the call go to voicemail.
    • If a caller leaves a message claiming to be from known organisation, cross check the number the call came from against the organisation's official website.
    • Never share any personal information about yourself or your bank details.
    • Don't click on any links. Never let a stranger take control of your computer.
    • Do not send any money.
    • Block calls on your mobile phone. Your phone company can tell you how to block calls to your home phone.

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