[LINK] Odd phone calss

Kim Holburn kim.holburn at gmail.com
Mon Apr 27 20:51:32 AEST 2009

Keep a log of the times.  Then you can go to your phone company and  
ask them where the calls came from.  Do you have caller ID?  Something  
a bit like that happened to me and luckily my fax machine at the time  
kept a log of calls and times.  In my case they were ID blocked numbers.

On 2009/Apr/27, at 10:07 AM, Fred Pilcher wrote:

> For a while now we've been getting odd phone calls - landline, not
> mobile. They seem to come in batches - we'll get a few, then none.  
> There
> are two specific calls, both clearly recordings.
> One is quite quiet and garbled, but ends with something like "How  
> about
> a massage?" (It doesn't sound anything like an add for sex services -
> it's a male voice without any hint of the risque.
> The second is a female voice. The recording is designed to sound like
> she can't hear you. It's one of those "Hello?",,,"Hello" things. How  
> do
> I know it's a recording and not a genuine caller who simply can't hear
> the replies? I've had it several times, and the pattern becomes
> detectable - it's the same thing every time.
> The accents in both are definitely Australian.
> Does anyone have the faintest clue what this could be about?
> Cheers,
> Fred
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