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LETTER: Stop junk calls.

Byline: L Martin

IT IS shocking that an Indian call centre worker appears to have sold bank account details of 1,000 British customers to an undercover newspaper reporter, along with other alleged call centre breaches now under investigation by the police.

Call centres are already the bane of our lives, with their unwanted, unsolicited, and unnecessary calls.

The fear that they now may be at the centre of a huge scam just makes their calls even more unwelcome.

At least you can throw away junk mail. Junk phone calls with their in-your-face hard-selling technique are a wholly unwarranted invasion of privacy and they should be stopped.

L Martin, Liverpool 4
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Publication:Daily Post (Liverpool, England)
Date:Jun 28, 2005
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