"Hello, I am Jason from BT" said the man in a thick Indian accent. Apparently BT have noticed unathorised people have been using our internet connection.
My answer was I will check with my husband and get back to BT. Needless to say BT says it was not a phone call from them. I was 100% sure it was not but belt and braces in case I was wrong.
And I had forgotten about Call Protect http://home.bt.com/tech-gadgets/phones- ... 4136279348
But after the nice man in Dublin reminded me I dialled 1572 but the number was not recognised. So I guess "Jason" will try that scam again. No idea what he was after but he did not get it.
And if you get a market research company phoning you listen to them say: I am from (name of company) and they will say they abide by the MRS rules which means your details are not passed on to anyone in any form. They use your age, gender, income, postcode to make sure you represent others of the same type but your details do not leave the market research firm. If they do not say this hang up or risk being subjected to a sales patter
Keep smiling because the light at the end of someone's tunnel may be you, Ron Cheneler