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Energy Green Deal - she said this was the company name though I can't find it on Google. Phoned to offer me a fully qualified surveyor to check my windows and doors for any unnecessary heat loss and just leave me that information, plus if there's anyone between ages of 58 and 85 living in the house we will also qualify for 'the funding', just to keep for the future as a sort of lifeline if you like if we do decide to change anything in the future. She did give me their office number, which was the same as 1471 gave, so it does sound genuine - apart from the fact that we're TPS registered so I will be reporting them. She was very polite and didn't push at all when I said I'd have to think about it and ring them back - if I have time it might be interesting to see what happens on the survey.
Female Asian voice said they were from Windows security. Informed me that my computer was causing viruses to be sent out when on-line. I told them "politely go away" as the next step would have been to allow them to have access to my pc which definately not going to happen. Number blocked!
Calls threatening to shut of the internet. First purporting to be BT second as OFCOM.
Got a phone call from an indian girl insisting we were with Eon and that our contract was about to expire. She was very persistant that I was with Eon and kept saying no mam you are with Eon. I kept saying that we were with Scottish Power. She ended the call. Two minutes later she rang again and gave me the same conversation this time saying we were with Scottish Power and that our contract was about to end. I said you are the same person and she said no mam. I again said you are the same person that just rang me.She then hung up...do they think we are stupid!!
Rang about 8am on Sunday and when I answered there was no reply. So I have no clue who it was.
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