The telephone number 02031208790 was being searched 17 times. The last time it was checked was 10/15/2021 11:10:20 PM . 2 comments were added to this telephone number . Prefix 020 is the area code of London .
So far 1 users have classified this telephone number as Telemarketing , 1 users have classified this telephone number as Unknown .
20 Sep 2021
They keep calling me from this number 02031208790 since last week. I never answer unknown numbers because I'm fed up with scammers. But this time I did. This was the call from telemarketer. The woman on the other side wanted to persuade me buy a phone. I wasn't interested and I wanted to end the conversation as quickly as possible. But she was quite persistent. I hung up. They didn't call me again.
17 Sep 2021
This is not a number I know or recognise and there is no caller ID. It's either marketing or spam
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Other variations of the number 02031208790
(020) 02031208790 , 020 02031208790 , (020) 31208790 , 020 31208790
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