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  1. FedUpOfPPI reported Digital Mail Ltd with the number 01619390454

    Just another sod sitting in a cramped call-centre based in South Africa, trying to tell me that my bank owes PPI to you. I let the young lady speak and drone on for a bit, as I knew this was a scam from the start as the telephone 0161 939 0454 she rang me on, is a telephone number that is allocated to Digital Mail (a London based telecoms company). This telecoms company is also known in Manchester for selling their services to foreign call centres who normally break TPS rules, which their clients are constantly making harassing telephone calls to us. I kept asking this lady who works at this so called PPI team which bank may owe me this money, as I was dangling the carrot of a sale in front of her. This PPI call is a symptom of this illness that is facing modern Britain as the UK is becoming a nation of betting shops, pay day loan companies and foreign call centres pretending to here (all thanks to dodgy telecoms companies like Digital Mail). We can thank this type of success from the current and previous Labour and Tory governments, who failed to regulate many industries including VoIP telecom companies. Which the government has failed to protect us once again with the ongoing PPI scams plaguing this country after the banks scammed us on PPI in the first place, now cold callers trying to get us to claim PPI in our behalf that will not take not interested into consideration. Anyway anyone reading this message should read carefully as I've never had PPI. Even if I had, I definitely would not be using this PPI team who is pretending to be in Manchester, actually South Africa. Digital Mail support staff is clueless on how to deal with complaints against their clients. Digital Mail, Dee and Club, DM Club, or just plain dimwitted people rather pretend that this problem never existed, as they are hoping this problem will go away on it's own. Maybe their clients will one day get fed up with this PPI refund scam and finally leave us alone, Digital Mail's support team lives in a fantasy world not connected to the real one. Digital Mail's bunch of useless moron staff must have been reading a well written memorised script, in which they tell us the PPI calls as we get are not their responsibility, as their clients are not making them to us. They have changed their porkies many times before, one minute as they told me they do not do outbound calling (which means they literally a NTS or number translation service). After looking into dmconnect12.com, which proves they always offered outbound calling from the start or at least 2012 from the number in their website. Their story recently changed a couple months ago, as Digital Mail just ended a their contract with this foreign call centre as what they told in a message placed on 0161 939 0225. Digital Mail could only block the incoming calls coming into their number, but not the calls their former clients were making to us, which is mentioned when you phone their old 0161 939 0225 number. This company has also used 0161 939 0228, 0161 939 0335, 0161 939 0442, and 0161 939 7225 in the past for the purpose of making cold calls to us. The point of scamming and cold calling is to make telephone calls to the victim, not the other way around. I think this foreign call centre only used these Digital Mail's telephone numbers to make the calls, not receive them. Why would a cold calling purchase a telephone number from a NTS telecoms company (which Digital Mail is claiming to only offer inbound calling services to their clients), when it's main objective is to make the calls and not receive them, so Digital Mail's story of events does not collaborate to well. Digital Mail also claims to ended their clients contract, which these types of calls should have stopped ages ago, which this has never happened. I just can not believe Digital Mail's version of events any more, if their telephone numbers were spoofed, these harassing and threatening PPI calls as I mentioned before should have stopped ages ago. Which most of these PPI telephone calls have increased significantly in the past few months especially when their clients switch telephone numbers in the beginning of December, as now I am getting calls from their 0161 939 0454 number now. If Digital Mail former clients are spoofing their numbers, then they shall take them to court and get a compliance order issued against them. Not forcing the victims to file complaints with the authorities, which is anyone receiving these harassing phone calls from this so called PPI team, which these chaps and ladies are trying to help us claim a bogus PPI refund against our banks. Which Digital Mail can get a court order to force their former clients to stop spoofing their telephone numbers, this could should stop Digital Mail's former clients. Why should we contact the authorities to end this madness their current or former client is doing to us with these bogus claim. I do not think the contract with their client has ended, instead their client just simply changed telephone numbers, which is very simple to do with the help of Digital Mail's support team. If I were to make a PPI claim against my bank, I would have got off my arse and reclaimed it by now?

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