CHECK & REPORT
Last year in the UK, 11 billion pounds was taken by fraudsters, it’s a growing problem and we want to put the scammers out of action, it’s not right and it’s not fair.
With Check and Report, we can help you be in control of your call security, check who called you and if it’s a troublesome caller, report it and we’ll do the rest.
So far this year we’ve blocked 800 million calls.
3 easy steps to check & report
Reporting a troublesome caller couldn’t be easier.
Find out who called you and see what everyone else is saying about it
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We’ll investigate problem numbers with a view to block bad callers from reaching our customers.
We all know unwanted called are an irritation, especially when you don’t always have a way of stopping them, that’s why we’ve created Check & Report and with your help we can Beat the Scammers together, here are the latest numbers you’ve reported to us.
After reporting this number to TalkTalk they told me that the number would be removed from their network along with a different number I told them about... As can be seen from the last 2 comments it would appear that the number hasn't been blocked by TalkTalk... What is the pont of reporting these matters if they aren't going to do anything about it, or at the least do what they say they're going to do...
Pushy guy wanting all kinds of my personal details to send me a free medical alert alarm. Didn't like being challenged. Scammer
Said they had taken £1000 from my account for home appliance warrantee and said they would pay it back. I said that's great and asked for a cheque instead of giving my account details as requested! A long pause then told that cheques were not available at this time.
Seems to be a text service that for some reason my mothers salon were using to try and contact her to fill in a form which she has already done. You'd have thought they'd be bright enough to see her contact number was a landline, as they are not normally used for texting people. You can hold the line without pressing 1 and the service will read out the text message anyway. Not necessarily a scam, just idiots texting landline numbers.
I am deaf as I try to blocked this number but I can cos it’s landline…. I don’t answer the phone, reported this scams as I read comments here and others “who call you” about this numbers is nuisance and scam
Received multiple calls every day from this number. Today is the first time I answered. Straight away they asked me to confirm my account by my bank details. Asked for my adress, asked how many devices I use in the house, offered me a £1 a month anti virus software. He was incredibly convincing.
Text message as above, City Fibre working with TT to install full fibre with appointment.. Either confirm the date, change it, or get more info. Is it a scam - where have they obtained my details - is TalkTalk aware of this. I do not want a fibre upgrade. Am ignoring text but is this enough.
Claimed to be from a debt advisory helpline, was I aware of government legislation blah, blah, blah, did I run up any debt during COVID? I said I'm independently wealthy (lol) and he hung up
Called about imaginary debts, got very aggresive when I refused to give them my personal details.