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  Reply # 993592 24-Feb-2014 19:52
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jpoc: The sky staff on tonight say that they can do nothing.


And what was their reason for being able to do nothing? I can't imagine Sky would say something like that, but if they still don't do anything, I would try the Privacy Commissioner next.


Well thats very friendly.. Did they not atleast offer to speak about it tomorrow? Very poor service.

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  Reply # 993593 24-Feb-2014 19:52
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heavenlywild: Just call Sky already because we all want to know what they say!


The phone number on the brochure goes to voicemail for the person named on the leaflet so I do not really want to start a discussion there.

If phone number did not go to Sky, call the police.




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  Reply # 993595 24-Feb-2014 20:03
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You should call the police. You have the person's name, phone number and hand writing.

Damn Sky. Poor service at best.




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freitasm: You should call the police. You have the person's name, phone number and hand writing.

Damn Sky. Poor service at best.


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  Reply # 993600 24-Feb-2014 20:11
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I'd love to see a picture of this note.




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jpoc: The sky staff on tonight say that they can do nothing.


weirdo stalker salesmen freaks are not on the call center flowcharts of what to do

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  Reply # 993619 24-Feb-2014 20:36
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That's Very poor of Sky! I agree, call the police and report it at minimum.

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  Reply # 993649 24-Feb-2014 21:25
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jpoc: The sky staff on tonight say that they can do nothing.


weirdo stalker salesmen freaks are not on the call center flowcharts of what to do


This. There won't be any senior staff on at this time of night, try again after 0900 tomorrow. Call the Police, ask for CRL (Crime Reporting Line) and log it. Unlikely anyone would be assigned to speak with you tonight though but atleast its in the system.

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Perhaps not actually a sky salesman and is just using sky stuff to have a sense of legitimacy if he's caught spying? How stupid can you be to leave a business card with your personal contact numbers on it...

I'd take this to the police and skip Sky personally.

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astrial: Perhaps not actually a sky salesman and is just using sky stuff to have a sense of legitimacy if he's caught spying? How stupid can you be to leave a business card with your personal contact numbers on it...

I'd take this to the police and skip Sky personally.


Because you leave a fake name and a free sim on prepay cell number?




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  Reply # 993725 24-Feb-2014 22:51
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Does the handwritten note actually say anything about selling you sky?  



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astrial: Perhaps not actually a sky salesman and is just using sky stuff to have a sense of legitimacy if he's caught spying? How stupid can you be to leave a business card with your personal contact numbers on it...

I'd take this to the police and skip Sky personally.


Because you leave a fake name and a free sim on prepay cell number?


The number is 0800 847 759. (0800 SKY VIP apparently)




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hashbrown: Does the handwritten note actually say anything about selling you sky?  


No, nothing about that at all.


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hashbrown: Does the handwritten note actually say anything about selling you sky?  


No, nothing about that at all.



Then why do you blame Sky?

This dude sounds like a con-man! or a creep!





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hashbrown: Does the handwritten note actually say anything about selling you sky?  


No, nothing about that at all.



Then why do you blame Sky?

This dude sounds like a con-man! or a creep!


And does the handwriting match anything obviously handwritten by the Sky salesman?

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