Another mobile, another Ambulance Chaser. Never could make out the name of the company this one was calling from. All I can say, however, is that they’ve got a very interesting interpretation of GDPR. Even if someone had been foolish enough not to “opt-out” on a price comparison site, that doesn’t give you any right …
You might be an “Accident Aftercare Team”, but I can’t help but think you’re actually only in to the Aftercare of your own pockets. Again, what legitiate representative of an organisation appointed by an insurer would be calling from a mobile phone?
Are you really the “National Accident Helpline”? I would have thought a legitimate company wouldn’t be breaching GDPR, the Data Protection Act nor misleading people into believing you’re calling on behalf of a legitimate Insurance company. Becoming aggressive when caught out in your lie is also a fairly good indicator that you’re an ambulance chaser.
What legitimate insurance agent is going to be calling from a mobile? I’ll tell you – none! Least of all from a PAYG phone (GiffGaff).