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Scammers claiming to be associated with the Do Not Call Register are calling consumers and asking for personal information such as financial details.
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Eco Star Double Glazing Pty Ltd, a window and door glazing company, has paid a $25,200 infringement notice for calling numbers on the Do Not Call Register without consent.
Solar power business Allied Construction and Roofing Pty Ltd has paid a $21,600 infringement notice for calling numbers on the Do Not Call Register without consent.
Queensland-based solar power business, Instyle Solar Pty Ltd, has paid a $10,800 infringement notice for failing to obtain consent to call numbers on the Do Not Call Register.
SCAM ALERT! Scammers claiming to be associated with the Do Not Call Register are calling asking for financial details. These calls may be coming from overseas, even if the calling information appears local. These calls may also refer to call blocking. Consumers should be wary of such claims. During Scam Awareness Week, we are reminding people that the Do Not Call Register is free and permanent, and will not ask people to re-register or ask for any financial information. More: https://www.acma.gov.au/theACMA/consumer-alert-acma-issues-warning-about-do-not-call-register-scams #ScamsWeek18
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