Within three hours of buying a TV online from Currys I found a missed call from a Loughborough number, 01509 437111. A message stated it was about my Currys purchase and that they would try again. I checked the number online and it appears to be a scam. Other people have received calls after making a purchase from Currys and have been asked to confirm their financial details. Currys’ customer services confirmed it was a scam and when I collected the TV from my local store an assistant said the same. It appears that there is a serious security leak which has been going on for at least two months and leaves customers vulnerable. Unfortunately, the response I received from Currys gave no indication they are interested in doing anything about it. TR, Nottingham Various number-checker forums do, indeed, rate this landline as “dangerous”, as dozens of customers report being harassed by missed calls or hard-hitting sales pitches within hours of making a purchase from Currys. Startlingly, however, despite two of its own staff telling you it is a scam, Currys tells me it is not and that it is, indeed, responsible for the calls. It says: “During purchase, the… Read full this story
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