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Phone spam from Fulfilment AS

Published: Thursday 2010-03-25.

There is probably only one thing worse than telemarketers that call to try and sell things you do not want (i.e., all of them, because if there is anything you do want, you call yourself), and that is telemarketers who call and when you take the call, the other end is dead.

Jenny has been ill for a couple of days, so I was going to the doctor with her today. So, when the phone rang while on our way out, I thought it was them who called about the appointment being cancelled, or some-such. But when I made it to the phone, the other end was dead. The caller ID was for Kongsvinger-based Fulfilment AS, a company which, according to the database at, is performing some quite aggressive marketing. So, I am issuing a warning about this company.

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