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juha
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  #51976 11-Nov-2006 11:50
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Yeah... hope it's just a fault and not someone having a go at you. I'd be surprised if it was actually. In my experience, you get harassed if you happen to say anything positive about Telecom, Microsoft and Auckland.

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  #52137 13-Nov-2006 11:09
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Well the phones went all weekend and again at work this morning.  Telecom has told me that the national call tracing system shows no calls.  Thus it is either an international call, or something else.  We will see.

Simon

 
 
 
 


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  #52141 13-Nov-2006 11:28
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Have you reported this to the police yet?




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  #52143 13-Nov-2006 11:36
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SimonMcCallum: Well the phones went all weekend and again at work this morning.  Telecom has told me that the national call tracing system shows no calls.  Thus it is either an international call, or something else.  We will see

Tell them they should stand beside your desk while the phones are ringing... Calling the police in probably wouldn't be the worst idea. At least something will get done.

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I now have a police case number and the University is throwing its weight around again so we will see what happens.  Ringing has been happening at work Monday Tuesday and Today and also at home in the evenings.  Telecom have still not told me what is happening since Monday when they told me the calls were not happening as they did not show up on their tracking system.  All very very odd!  Well back to marking COMP112.

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