Who is calling me from 01332?

01332 752523 – Call from Derby – Caller claiming to be from HMRC with an impeding arrest warrant – Scam as per the 01332899282 above. Clearly a scam! Prompts to press a number to speak to an officer about a “tax fraud case”.

Where does 01332 numbers come from?

💡 01332 is the area code for Derby and the surrounding area.

How much does an 01332 number cost?

Calling an 01332 phone number from a mobile will be free of charge if you are using free inclusive minutes to make the call to Derby, please check with your mobile provider for full details as calling 01332 phone numbers without using your free minutes will usually cost significantly more than equivalent landline calls …

What is the contact code for UK?

To dial the UK, you’ll use the international country code: +44.

What area is 0113 Phone code?

0113 is the area code for Leeds, West Yorkshire, UK.

What STD code is 01322?

01322 Area Code (Dialling Code) 💡 01322 is the area code for Dartford and the surrounding area. The UK telephone numbers from Dartford have this format : (01322) ###### within the 5 digit geographical dialling code 01322 (including the zero) are 11 digits long.

What area is 0113 phone code?

What area is 0131?

0131 is the area code for Edinburgh, Lothian, UK.

What country telephone code is 004?

Ranking of the most reported location by 004

# Country City
1 United Kingdom London
2 United Kingdom Manchester
3 United Kingdom Birmingham
4 United Kingdom Leeds

How do UK phone numbers work?

A mobile phone number in the United Kingdom always starts with the digits ’07’, for instance ‘07911 123456’. Adding ‘+44’, the UK’s country code makes the number unambiguous; ‘+44 7911 123456’ will always connect to a mobile phone in the UK.

Who Called 0113 UK?

As with all numbers beginning with the prefix 01, the area code 0113 is what is known as a ‘Geographic Number’. This means that if you receive a call from a number that starts 0113, you can usually be fairly certain of the area from which the call is being made – in this case, Leeds.