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Re: 2 Bell agents try to convince me to switch from Videotron
said by Readme:Call Bell and ask them if he works for them (giving them his employee number, his name, etc).
@Door2Door, thanks for the replies.
I just spoke to a friend and he raised up the question:
"What if they weren't actually from Bell, and were just trying to commit fraud by getting me to sign up with them and paying something on the spot or just collecting my personal information for identity theft purposes?"
It got me thinking because for
1: They didn't come in a Bell branded car, it was a personal dark red Buick (from what I could see from my door).
2: They refused to give me a business card when I asked.
3: They did have bell badges hanging from their necks in a plastic cover but I couldn't read them.
4: One of them left me a bell Fibe TV pamphlet (even though he was there to sell me internet connection) with his first name "Nabil" and his personal cell phone number which traces back to Rogers. (isn't that hilarious?).
For the record they both had arabic accents, and one of them confirmed to be Moroccan.
Should I be worried and call the police?