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  • Max
    February 1, 2013
    Toronto, Canada
    Idiots from GFK Customer Research Division
  • spidito
    March 19, 2015
    Vancouver, Canada
    I got call 3 times but did not answer
  • VP
    January 19, 2015
    Ajax, Canada
    So much for "NO CALL LIST!"
  • Jenn
    July 3, 2013
    Saskatoon, Canada
    I never pick up calls that smell of a telemarketer. However, my daughter picked up the phone and she handed off to me.
    When I politely told the man I was not interested, he started spewing off obscenities.
  • Gordon
    June 28, 2013
    Thornhill, Canada
    They called me and I politely told them they should not call me again. After politely explaining as politely as possible to them they became enraged and threatened physical harm to me! I'm astonished at these people they are horrible and very evil and MUST be stopped!
  • Pat
    October 25, 2012
    Calgary, Canada
    I have had several calls from this number, I do not answer any call that I do not know the number,but it is still very annoying, there should be a law,10 years hard labour for the employer,the one calling likely needs the job.
  • paul w
    August 31, 2012
    Campbell River, Canada
    find there place or there car and shut them down, this is a pile of crap people being woken up all night elderly people whom can barly get up to the phone, f*ck off people that do this

Sample complaints we have found for 866-690-2396

  • I never buy from spammers/telemarketers
    Called my land-line at 18:04 Pacific. I chose to _not_ pickup.
  • kevin
    hey everyone,Your bank (most likely bank of nova scotia) has hired these people to find out your attitude towards who ever you bank with. Then they compile all the answers and use it to figure out wether or not they can charge higher fees with out losing an unacceptable amount of customers (they expect to lose some but the higher fees they charge will make up for the ones that they lose)oh it does not stop there!Based on your answers someone from your financial institution will 'contact you' in the following  weeks to either insure to retain you as a customer if your dissatisfied or try and "sell" you more products if your satisfied.If they called you and you don't bank with The bank of nova scotia, they use your answers to find out how they can get you as a customer!THE BOTTOM LINE IS THE BANK OF NOVA SCOTIA USEES THIS INFORMATION TO SUCK MORE MONEY OUT OF YOU AND TO 'MAXIMIZE PROFITS' AS THAT IS THERE GOAL.The easiest way to have them stop calling in the long term is to intentionally answer the questions in a way that would make the data they collect useless, a good example would be "your totally dissatisfied  with the bank, but you would refer all your friends" it makes no sense and you would only do that if your an a***ole like me :)have a great day - and i hope this has enlightened youkevin
  • jackie in Alberta
    I just got this on my cell phone. I sometimes answer 1-800 numbers because of UPS etc calling.Glad I checked here.
  • shauna
    i wold like to investigate this a little and find out a little more about these people calling as my number is unlisted and i have no idea how they got it in the first place. Can people start listing things so we can find the common factors that link us together. For example... i've been reading people are on rogers service. Are only ROGERS customers affected or are Bell users as well here?

    Just ontario users? ...or Canada wide?
  • skysurf
    these gays called me. In order to find out what they want,I decide to play along and answer questions and stuff.After many questions they get more personal,such as"may we link the results of this survey to you B-Mo account ?"Some questions are answered with"pass next questions" I think what we should do is keep these people on the phone as long as possible,to waste their time. try to have fun with the callers.
  • Mr. Secrecy
    I absolutely love how stupid people automatically assume it's a scam, before they even speak to who they think is the scammer on the the other line, how do u know it's a scam it could have been bill gates that randomly chose your number to give a million dollars too, if you didn't actually speak to someone from this number you wouldn't know the difference, trying doing some research first before throwing around false accusations. I just hope you understand the point i'm trying to make on how stupid your comment actually really sounds, "yea this number called me they didn't say anything so I don't know what they were actually calling me for it must be a scammer", lol your ridicules & paranoid  :)

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