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Topic # 17210 17-Nov-2007 01:09
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hi

well im on vodafone n im getin abusive calls frm this person lately. they call n start swearin n stuf at me. th number in the phone log says tht it is a pvt number. so i ws wonderin if any1 can plz help me find this number plz. so i can cross check with my friends to find out who's number this is. im a gud person n nvr evr said anythin bad to any1 bt im getin th abusive calls frm this persn n i dnt rely like it.....so can any1 plz plz plz help me out. i beg sm1 plz. i hv alredy called vodafone n they said tht its a pvt number so they cant do anythin abt it. so can any1 plz help. im so depressed atm. plz any1

thankyou

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  Reply # 95607 17-Nov-2007 01:13
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Firstly, please help us to help you :)
Can you please use proper english and not text abbreviations, thanks.

I am sure that if you go to Vodafone and tell them the time of day that every call comes through they have to act upon it.
If they do not, then go to the police and they will force Vodafone to do something about it.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 95623 17-Nov-2007 08:06
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As advised above write down times and dates of at least 4 examples and ring vodafone. They have a nuisance calls team that will help. They will not give you the details but they will surely contact the caller. If a customer service rep gives you the answer as number is restricted we cant help ask to speak to a 2ic or team manager vodafone takes this very serious.

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  Reply # 95624 17-Nov-2007 08:15
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ashu: hi

well im on vodafone n im getin abusive calls frm this person lately. they call n start swearin n stuf at me. th number in the phone log says tht it is a pvt number. so i ws wonderin if any1 can plz help me find this number plz. so i can cross check with my friends to find out who's number this is. im a gud person n nvr evr said anythin bad to any1 bt im getin th abusive calls frm this persn n i dnt rely like it.....so can any1 plz plz plz help me out. i beg sm1 plz. i hv alredy called vodafone n they said tht its a pvt number so they cant do anythin abt it. so can any1 plz help. im so depressed atm. plz any1

thankyou



You should write proper english.Ring up vodafone and they will take action about it



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  Reply # 95659 17-Nov-2007 12:08
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thankx for the replies guys. im sorry for not writing proper english. but i will give that try and it mite work.

thank you so mch


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  Reply # 95661 17-Nov-2007 12:22
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If you provide good examples there will be no issue but vodafone will not give any details to you.

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  Reply # 95685 17-Nov-2007 15:18
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ashu:

thankx for the replies guys. im sorry for not writing proper english. but i will give that try and it mite work.

thank you so mch


You are clearly not sorry,  because you are still doing it.

Do you write your school assignments in this 'txt speak', or if you are an adult, do you write your job applications out like this? Or your loan applications?

Please stop using text speak in our forums - every time you post, the page you type into has this written above the text-box:

"Be considerate, use standard English, do not use SMS abbreviations, this will help everyone understand your message."

Continual breaking of this rule will simply see your posts/threads deleted.







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Reply # 95701 17-Nov-2007 18:14
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ashu:

thankx for the replies guys. im sorry for not writing proper english. but i will give that try and it mite work.

thank you so mch


dude, thats so funny, a GZ classic!

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