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Graysta 9 1.1k England
19 Dec 2012 7:00PM

Quote:My best yet... when they ask for a name I put them on hold my phone plays lovely music.

ten minutes later I go back but they have hung up, oh dear there expence mot mine



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hobbo e2
3 892 2 England
19 Dec 2012 7:14PM
Another trick is to just lay the phone in front of playing TV or Radio......sometimes it takes a while before they realise the conversation heard is not for them.

Hobbo
scrimmy e2
6 379 5 Scotland
19 Dec 2012 7:29PM
tell them I am registered with the TPS and that they are now committing an illegal act by phoning me....

then offer them a legal defence service....Tongue
davereet e2
10 219 United Kingdom
19 Dec 2012 7:35PM
When my bank rings me and asks me to tell them my date of birth to prove I am me, I always say you tell me what you think it is and I will tell them if they are correct to prove to me they are the bank and not spammers.
They soon go away! Smile)

Dave
mikehit e2
5 7.1k 11 United Kingdom
19 Dec 2012 8:31PM
Does anyone receive calls for 'Mr Illingworth'?
I have had calls from several companies all asking for him and I am wondering if it is a standard name they use to get the call going or if a Mr Illingworth actually used to live at this address.

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