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Iphone 4 HELP please!!!!!!!!

vicknanth Avatar
5y, 5m agoPosted 5 years, 5 months ago
purchased iphone 4 about 4 weeks ago. Taken the insurance out on the phone instore and that was that. 2 weeks ago some person out of the blue called and said we can reduce the price on your insurance to just 7.99 a month. so i set it all up with direct debit. Now the original insurance certificate came in post so i called them up and said that they wouldnt call me and offer cheaper insurance.

has anyone got any help as to how i can view all incoming calls i have had on my phone, ive looked in recents and it not in there.

thanks in advance vicknanth
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5y, 5m agoPosted 5 years, 5 months ago
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#1
o crap! id have fallen for that as well...
#2
lol well i did as the insurance in phones4u is 14.99 a month. thought ide save a bit
banned#3
Can you explain (in proper English) what it is exactly you need help with?
banned 1 Like #4
Only people on this site could have fallen for this
#5
can i view a full list of my incoming calls on my phone somewhere?????
banned#6
In other words, OP got a cold call, and took up an insurance offer. He thought it was from his current phone insurance company. It turns out it wasnt. He needs help deciphering whether he is stupid or not (jk).

OP just cancel the direct debit by contacting your bank and running through a list with them for the name that you dont recognise/the latest set up. Then wait for the cold calling crook sellers to contact you.
banned#7
Click on the phone icon then cluck recents.

Or send it to me (I will pm my address) and I will download an itemised list of calls in and out. I only charge £49.99 for this
1 Like #8
Ignore dimebars, I will do it for 44.99
banned 2 Likes #9
They target iPhone owners because they know they are gullible fools who part with money easily.

True story.
banned#10
Get your own scam - sorry business idea sancho
#11
lol ok thanks for help ill pop into barclays in the morning as they are having problems with online banking at the minute.
#12
It is worth insuring because its an expensive phone
#13
aircanman
It is worth insuring because its an expensive phone


Its 'insured' twice now so it's all good :D
#14
phone up your phone line provider & ask them to send you a list of numbers that have called?
1 Like #15
If you are with barclays then insure through them for £5, it just comes out your account and you also get other benefits in addition

Edited By: simplex on Jun 12, 2011 20:52
#16
tomwatts
aircanman
It is worth insuring because its an expensive phone


Its 'insured' twice now so it's all good :D


Well in fact its dual insured, so in the event of a claim, both insurances companies only have to pay 50% of the claim as you can not benefit from having 2 insurance plans on the same product.
#17
simplex
If you are with barclays then insure through them for £5, it just comes out your account and you also get other benefits in addition


hi thanks for that i hve just opend this acc with barclays and will speak to them tomorrow
#18
vicknanth
simplex
If you are with barclays then insure through them for £5, it just comes out your account and you also get other benefits in addition


hi thanks for that i hve just opend this acc with barclays and will speak to them tomorrow


I'm not sure another insurance policy is what you need...
#19
...i don't think anyone here is following whats going on ..the chap's been sold an iphone , & someone in cahoots with the retail associate from the store has called the unwitting customer up..of course they already have all your details & they tell you what handset you bought so trust is immediately established,before suggesting alternative insurance .. what the unwitting customer has actually done is to pass on their card details (16 digit number) & also the 3-digit pin code on the back his credit card..
OP, you weren't called to set up a cheaper insurance ..YOU WERE CALLED TO GET YOU TO REVEAL THE 3-DIGIT PIN ..which is what crooks need to make faceless transactions over the web/telephone
..best cancel you card straight away as someone may have already gone to town with it!!

I get these dodgy calls all the time & I play with them & string them along !!

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