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chadders
post Mon, 3 Apr 2006 - 12:18
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In response to this thread, and after my g.f. pointed out her details were listed, check yourself on www.b4usearch.com which has electral roll listings from before a certain year, you may want your details removed depending on your job!!

I believe there's a restriction or something that came into force a year or so ago, so it isn't that up to date, but this is free info, it DOES include ex-directory phone numbers as well!!
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post Sat, 22 Apr 2006 - 21:22
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QUOTE (chadders @ Mon, 3 Apr 2006 - 13:18) *
it DOES include ex-directory phone numbers as well!!


Are you sure about that? I read on another forum that somebody thought they were ex-directory but were listed. I can't think of anywhere else they could have got the info though...

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post Sun, 23 Apr 2006 - 08:25
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QUOTE (g_attrill @ Sat, 22 Apr 2006 - 22:22) *
QUOTE (chadders @ Mon, 3 Apr 2006 - 13:18) *

it DOES include ex-directory phone numbers as well!!


Are you sure about that? I read on another forum that somebody thought they were ex-directory but were listed. I can't think of anywhere else they could have got the info though...

Gareth

I was on there twice, once at an address I left 7 years ago.

Both were/are xd phone numbers (although they were/are published in a number of places both on-line and in specialised directories/magazines) and were not on that site.


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post Sun, 23 Apr 2006 - 13:34
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Somebody who is ex-directory should ask them where they got the information from, it would have to have been some bulk automated matching system, they definately wouldn't have done anything manually.

The only thing I can think of is some business directories maybe, eg. D&B.

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post Sun, 23 Apr 2006 - 17:39
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If like me you get peed off with junk mail and nuisance calls, register with the TPS and PPS. Not had a nuisance call in 4 years and only one or 2 junk mails (which I reported and as these services can now take legal action against the perpetrators, they grovelled to me offering copious amounts of apologies)


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post Mon, 24 Apr 2006 - 22:55
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Today's Daily Express comment. Obviously I must be lucky then. The TPS and PPS both told me they have legal powers to convict persistent offenders

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When Stephen Hawking guest starred on the Star Trek: The Next Generation episode "Descent", he was taken on a guided tour of the set. Pausing in front of the warp core set piece, he remarked, "I'm working on that".

MORRIS MINOR 1960s = 70MPH NSL
ANY DAMN DECENT CAR TODAY = 80MPH NSL
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post Tue, 25 Apr 2006 - 03:49
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It depends on whether your number ends up in the hands of the indian call centres...

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Heeellooo meesteeer teeenbisher, ....................................

F*ck off
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post Tue, 25 Apr 2006 - 16:49
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You really dont know how close you are with that, not at home but at work when I received a call from Punjarb Patel.......Ring Ring - Oh Deeeeriee mee, Mr teeenbisher it will bee velly good for you to buy Telephone from us, let mee explain.......


F*CK OFF....SLAM

Ring Ring - Mr Mr teeenbis.......

IVE TOLD YOU ONCE, F...... SLAM

Ring Ring - Mr T.........

ARRRRHHHHH....GO MAKE LOVE TO A BENGAL TIGER AND LEAVE ME ALONE....SLAM

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When Stephen Hawking guest starred on the Star Trek: The Next Generation episode "Descent", he was taken on a guided tour of the set. Pausing in front of the warp core set piece, he remarked, "I'm working on that".

MORRIS MINOR 1960s = 70MPH NSL
ANY DAMN DECENT CAR TODAY = 80MPH NSL
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