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Whilst many companies around the world use the large well-resourced Indian Call Centres, Australian companies included, most of those companies do not own the call centres. They merely outsource their requirements to Indian companies. I am of the view that these companies, used by banks, telcos and other service organisations, are for the most part reputable.

The Microsoft Windows scam is well documented on the Internet. It could be masterminded from outside India, but until someone proves otherwise, India will continue to get the blame for it, as it is Indians making the calls.

https://www.google.com.au/webhp?sour...windows%20scam

On the matter of my suspicions about unsolicited calls regarding solar power rebates in Oz , it arose from a posting and interaction I had with a member seeking Australian data for his call centre early in 2014. Solar was specifically mentioned. Whilst I do not monitor CiteHR everyday, I have not seen any postings from that person since that time. Once again, this scam is well documented on the internet.

https://www.google.com.au/webhp?sour...20scam%20calls

These problems are widespread, because the scammers (from any country) play on the fears and weaknesses of people. Many of us are smart enough to see through the scam and just hang up, but less experienced people end up being caught and losing a lot of money. And here in Australia, this is despite the government giving lots of warnings to people to be careful.

In another example, it is estimated that in 2013, people around the world lost over $12 Billion, I will repeat that figure - 12 billion dollars - in Nigerian money scams. Millions of victims lost $12.7B last year falling for Nigerian scams | GeekTime

People are gullible, that's for sure.

That's how the scammers earn money. You must pay for the interview process or for having your CV submitted or whatever else..Nowadays there are many fraud services that try to make a fool of you and get all your money. Whether you try to get a job or want to get a credit. In this post about the ​online loans https://personalmoneyservice.com/short-term-loans/ you will find information how not to be fooled by online scammers

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