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2016.12.10
10:00AM

09 5798569 - Anonymous fuckwit from the alarm warehouse.Has multiple phone numbers

2016.12.5
1:18PM

02 908140002 - Ailyn had a lot of missed calls

2016.12.1
12:22PM

09 5798569 - Anil Automated telemarketing message plays when a call from this number comes.

2016.10.27
3:26PM

09 5790220 - Katy Simpson They have rung me on numerous occasions, including today and yesterday! Thoroughly fed up. Say they are from The Academy of Learning which apparently sells educational software for school children. I am 77!! No children or grandchildren

2016.10.25
3:25PM

0800 451540 - Tom This number's used by a curry muncher outfit who install a fake virus pop-up message on your computer and tell you to call them immediately. They then try to sell you a completely useless computer repair service for US$100s