[LINK] Something on eBay
Fri, 13 Oct 2000 13:23:04 +1000
It would be a hard job proving that if you know which phone the calls were made
from, you therefore knew who made the calls (I mean legal proof, not "everyone
knows what happened" proof!).
I'd love access to the original sales pitch, which probably told the
parliamentary administrators that Telecards would solve all sorts of account
Subject: Re: [LINK] Something on eBay
Author: "stewart carter" <email@example.com>
Date: 13/10/00 12:53
clicking on the link today (Friday midday) shows
"The item you requested (465107215) is invalid or no longer in our
database. Please check the number and try again. If this message persists,
the item has expired and is no longer available."
I wonder if any other Linkers have had any experience with Telecards. I
used to use one both here in Oz and O/s. I found it very useful. Not only
did you not need the actual card to make calls, but you could make them
from anyone's phone.
The thing I don't understand is why Telstra's records, indicating which
phones the calls were made from, gives no clue to the Police as to whom
made the calls.
At 09:02 PM 10/12/00, you wrote:
>"$50,000 phone card, slightly used - ex govt"
>"One slightly used ex-government taxpayer funded phonecard. Used to call
>Australia from all around the world (so you know it works). Friends and
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