Accie's fake Rolex.

Brandane

Rain magnet.
Location
Costa Clyde.
I was going to tell a tale of a fraudulent catalogue account which has resulted in goods being delivered to my home which I never ordered.
But Accy prefers to hijack the thread and discuss a fake Rolex he is trying to import from America, for a friend. Or something like that..
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So, over to you Accy, it's all yours......
 
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Dirk

If 6 Was 9
Came home earlier today to find that my neighbour has signed for a parcel addressed to me. Strange, I thought, as I am not expecting anything.
Turns out it is a Sony PS4, with receipt in box valuing it at £295.
Thing is, I did not order it. It was sent by JD Williams in Oldham, apparently a catalogue company. I do not, and never did have, an account with them. Yet the parcel was properly addressed to me.

The only available options to contact JD Williams is via an 0345 number (which I tried but waiting times are 10 minutes, and the potential charges by Vodafone are 30 pence per minute :ohmy:).. and an 0871 number which Vodafone will not connect me to.

So here I am with a Sony PS4 of absolutely no use to me, and unable to return it. What to do?
Check with your bank that you haven't been the victim of identity theft.
 
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Brandane

Brandane

Rain magnet.
Location
Costa Clyde.
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vickster

Legendary Member
And start getting bills from the catalogue company in a few months, when they can find no trace of it being returned? I don't trust these companies. They can have it back once I have something in writing that acknowledges that something amiss has happened, and that the account is closed.
Well yes, clearly after you've informed them
 

Archie_tect

De Skieven Architek... aka Penfold + Horace
Location
Northumberland
I'd tell your Police HQ Fraud Unit to log it as a fraud, just in case your cloned card is still being used to con people... not sure how they could without money being received first- perhaps JD Williams have sent the parcel to the cloned card's registered address [ie you] rather than the delivery 'address' the cloners use, but it puts you in the clear.
 
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