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09064033000 number appears on my contract and I never phoned it

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09064033000 on my phone running my bill to £90, I have been in contact with 02 and they claim the calls was made from my phone. phonrepayplus said it was a chatline! I have never phoned this number,…
Kellie + Paisley Avatar
7y, 7m agoPosted 7 years, 7 months ago
09064033000
on my phone running my bill to £90, I have been in contact with 02 and they claim the calls was made from my phone. phonrepayplus said it was a chatline! I have never phoned this number, other people claiming that they have the same problem http://whocallsme.com/Phone-Number.aspx/09064033000

has anyone had anything like this happen to them
Kellie + Paisley Avatar
7y, 7m agoPosted 7 years, 7 months ago
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#1
You may have been bluejacked. Take your phone into a store of your network, and ask them to check the settings to see if you have been. May need to do a full system update/format to remove. Google Bluejacking.
#2
£90... this is shocking... Will O2 refund you the money?

Thats it... no one is ever borrowing or using my phone!
#3
I think the same has happened to me.
This premium number keeps coming up on my bill when i have never phoned them. Its also a works mobile.

I telephoned the details i was given, found an email address and wrote stinking email to the company. It hasnt happened since.
#4
kyalion
You may have been bluejacked. Take your phone into a store of your network, and ask them to check the settings to see if you have been. May need to do a full system update/format to remove. Google Bluejacking.


I did Google it and read at bit about it but other than disable Bluetooth I dont see why you need " to do a full system update/format to remove". What else are they able to do?
It looked like they look for open Bluetooth connections and use them... cheers :thumbsup:
#5
yeah, just leave blutooth off lol!
banned#6
LOL. I can't believe the bull in this thread.

The chance that the call was made via someone hacking the bluetooth protocol is slightly less than 0, the chance someone could have sent you a duff contact... meh unlikely but possible.

My views? Talk to your kids about it, or don't leave your phone unattended.

But most of all, don't believe the crap spouted in the first few posts here :)
#7
vibeone
LOL. I can't believe the bull in this thread.

The chance that the call was made via someone hacking the bluetooth protocol is slightly less than 0, the chance someone could have sent you a duff contact... meh unlikely but possible.

My views? Talk to your kids about it, or don't leave your phone unattended.

But most of all, don't believe the crap spouted in the first few posts here :)


You've not been bluejacked then? I have.
They got into my settings to change one so that all my calls were diverted through an 0900 number first, making any call I made at least £2/min. Orange told me that an update was neccessary to wipe all the original stuff off and override the 0900 number settings.

Just my experience.
banned#8
whoops

someones being phoning the deviant line and been caught out!
#9
vibeone
LOL. I can't believe the bull in this thread.

The chance that the call was made via someone hacking the bluetooth protocol is slightly less than 0, the chance someone could have sent you a duff contact... meh unlikely but possible.

My views? Talk to your kids about it, or don't leave your phone unattended.

But most of all, don't believe the crap spouted in the first few posts here :)


my kids are 2 and 1 so I don't think they had anything to do with it! and also I never leave my phone unattended:)
#10
zish_uk
£90... this is shocking... Will O2 refund you the money?

Thats it... no one is ever borrowing or using my phone!


they said they will look into it:roll:

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