Avoid conversations with this lot. You will be driven silly and forced in to complete submission.
It is an Exeter based number, have you tried Google?
I've had a few missed calls from this number recently but im not based in exeter :/ who are these people?
They called this evening and when I told them his information was wrong and to take my number off his list he totally ignored me and kept asking "whats wrong" I told him everything as I did not have loan/credit card and definitely didnt have PPI, again I asked him to remove my number and he just kept taking over me and rattling on, I asked him once more to remove my number or I would report him and he still kept on an on so I hung up
It is so frustrating when you get a missed call from somewhere you don't know and they do not leave a message.
Missed call to my husband's mobile yesterday. We did not know who it was and they never left a message. We did not ring back in case it was a sales company.
Join up at Telephone Preference Service if not already done, then you will be able to complain at http: // complaints.tpsonline.org.uk/Consumer/ PLEASE REMOVE THE SPACES BETWEEN THE COLON ( AND FORWARD SLASHES (//) IF COPYING AND PASTING THIS URL
MSC Claims. Told them I had never ever had PPI but they insisted that I would and I would not know
I told them I was registered with TPS but they then said they were exempt as they were not selling anything today.
I just let the rattle on as I had already told them I had no PPI so I decided to waste their time and call costs.
Then I lodged a complaint tho I doubt it will make any difference. Could go and put their windows in I suppose. Exeter is a long way, but its getting closer.
Yes thats three times now I've complained to TPS. Would not mind but I told this loadof idiots I never had PPI and they go on calling.
They are EMC Claims of 38-40 Palace Ave Paignton.
Website gives their phonenumber as 0800 027 2484, so could be fun to call them up and leave the phone off the hook. (But not from your mobile). When they have had a few thousand annoying calls they might leave us alone.