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I find it amazing that Telstra would:1) Sell my phone number to spammers and those using deceitful methods to drive subscriptions2) Lie to my face about it So, my question to you all... The Ombudsman is toothless from what I understand... I'm not sure whether I agree entirely with what you have been advised by the Telstra store – because even while tethered, websites can still "see" your mobile number as if you were using your mobile to browse the internet.

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She informed me that there was no way that it could have automatically happened and that I must have subscribed and entered my mobile number as Telstra do not supply that information.

Also, and somewhat surprisingly as this is some serious mindreader sh*t, she knew the 1300 number i was meant to call to unsubscribe and the opening hours of the premium SMS provider (pretty impressive for a first time complaint! She also said I would have to call back when I got the bill to get a refund...

I did remember the name of the tab though: "Madfun.mobi"...

Within a few seconds I had received an SMS notifying I had signed up for Mad for .99/wk.

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When you join with a Prepaid card we authorize the card for fifteen dollars and give you twenty dollars in your i Friends Wallet. Contact us at 1-800-437-4363 for an immediate refund.t=2533124 Optus were doing this a few years ago – and may still be doing so : /forum-replies.cfm?t=2418905 good to hear, and stories like this are too numerous. There is a tab in my Chrome saying "Success, youve subscribed" which I absolutely DIDNT. When I go to the Mobilfun website on my Telstra i Phone it seems to be logged into the site and the My Account page claims I am subscribed and can unsubscribe by clicking Calling the 1300 number goes through to a voice system and you're on hold.So the header info will go out, the site will capture it and send you a message which you then have to confirm to sign up. Using a i Phone teathered – And received a similar SMS saying the purchase had failed.(I have BOOST moblie on Telstra, I assume that blocks SMS purchases).I ran the Mulliner MNO Privacy checker, and all came up ok.