It’s no use beating around the bush, especially when it comes to stating the truth about a deceptive business. Fraud companies have been around in the past and will continue to be. It’s up to individuals to be clever enough to escape from their grasp.
But sometimes individuals fall right into their trap because they are not aware of the true intentions of a company. In other words it can be said that the business puts on a very good mask which individuals are not able to see through.
Most of the time individuals being naive actually place their trust in the business and this turns out to be their biggest mistake.However, it’s not good to look upon mistakes already made in fact its better to think about what preventive steps can be taken to ensure that this does not happen again in the future.
A company that individuals should stay far away from is Coracall and this is for their own good. This is because Coracall is sure to make a fool out of them. One may ask what proof do we have to back up our complaints.Well, Coracall is related to the fraud company called Phruit which already deceived countless individuals in the past. Lets take a quick look back at its past-Phruit was a renowned company in the United Kingdom until 2010 for that was the year in which the truth about it came spilling out. Complaints from individuals led the DMC to look into the actions of Phruit and they realized that Phruit had violated the following guidelines:
1. 21.18 and 21.20 on TPS compliance and data cleansing.
2. 3.11 under which Phruit has a responsibility for compliance by suppliers.
3. 3.18 on “sugging” or carrying out sales and marketing under the disguise of research
How were they able to fool individuals in the first place?
Their agents were clever enough to phone individuals and retrieve personal information from them by telling a lie. The lie that they told was that the information being retrieved was for research purposes when in reality it was being sold to various product selling companies. And when these companies got their hands on this information it led to a sea of telemarketing calls which greatly harassed individuals. It also angered them because they wondered how their numbers got leaked in the first place. After all they had registered themselves on the Do Not Call lists and had opted for TPS compliance as well.
So they complained to the DMC which looked into the matter and found Phruit to be guilty. Very soon Phruit lost its reputation and had to escape from the business scene.However, it soon returned in the form of Coracall which is why individuals are being asked to stay away.
How can we connect Phruit to Coracall?
We can easily connect Phruit to Coracall by stating three simple facts:
1. Although Phruit is a UK based company and Coracall is a South Africa, based one which functions out of a call center in KwaZulu Natal, their proprietor is one and the same-British company Assured Capital Holdings.
2. Mr. Phil Lightfoot, the director of Phruit Limited is the Chief Executive Officer for Coracall which proves that the management of both companies is one and the same.
3. The services offered by Phruit and Coracall bear an uncanny resemblance.
Hence it is pretty clear that Phruit after exiting UK has returned to make a fool out of customers in the form of the South Africa based Coracall.No matter how much agents try to convince individuals to stay away from Coracall, they should be clever enough to stay away from its grasps.
If they have already started receiving calls from Coracall, then they should immediately complain about it at the following address:
Or they can be called up at 08455 199131
Emily Edison is not one to tolerate a fraud company like Coracall as it slyly gets individuals stuck in its web of deception. She previously campaigned against Phruit and since the two companies are related she believes that she must all the more keep individuals away.