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Posted: 2012-12-26 by    astershaun

History is about to repeat itself with Coracall

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Once it is revealed that a particular company is a fraud, individuals are clever enough to stay away from it. But what happens if despite its true nature being revealed the company attempts yet again to fool individuals?

Can this happen? And does this happen? Well, ofcourse it has happened in the past and will surely happen again because Coracall is now on the business scene. Many individuals do not know this but Coracall shares its roots with Phruit and is therefore sure to follow its actions.

Phruit Limited is a company that can never again be trusted and a company that is related to it should be kept at arms distance. In order to know what Phruit had indulged in, we are going to have to take a look into its past.

Phruit Limited was a UK based company that came into the limelight in 2010, when its true nature was revealed. It was revealed that Phruit had committed the following violations:

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

Agents of Phruit had called up individuals and extracted their private information from them by stating it was for research purposes. But the truth was that it was sold to various product selling companies that promptly began to call up individuals and harass them with offers about products/services.

This got individuals angry as well as confused. They were confused because they wondered how their private information had been leaked out when they had opted for TPS compliance and had their numbers registered on the Do Not Call lists. They decided to immediately get the DMC to look into the matter and a DMC investigation revealed the three violations that Phruit had committed.

So after these facts became public the business world was shocked and so were customers.Phruit lost its reputation and so it was time for it to say goodbye but this was not meant to last for long because while underground they planned their comeback.

And this comeback has been in the form of Coracall.Since Coracall is set up in South Africa and operates out of a call center in KwaZulu Natal it is hoped that individuals will not be able top understand the similarity between Phruit and Coracall.However, we need to provide just three points to prove that the two are related:

1. British company Assured Capital Holdings is the proprietor for both Phruit as well as Coracall even though Phruit was a UK based company and Coracall functions out of a call center in KwaZulu Natal located in South Africa.
2. Management of both companies is the same because Mr. Phil Lightfoot, the director of Phruit Limited is the Chief Executive Officer for Coracall.
3. Both Phruit and Coracall offer the same list of services.

Hence, it’s very apparent to individuals that Phruit has re-launched itself in the form of Coracall and therefore they should be clever enough to stay away. No matter how much agents of Coracall try to win over the trust of individuals, it’s important that they stay away. If they have already been receiving calls from Coracall then they should immediately complain against it at the following address:

Barnby House,
Barnby Gate,
Newark,
Nottinghamshire,
NG24 1PZ.
Or they can be called up at 08455 199131


Emily Edison keeps a firm lookout on companies such as Phruit because she does not wish that individuals get fooled. Since they are now back in the form of Coracall she is more adamant than ever to keep individuals away.
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 24th of Dec, 2012 by   astershaun 0 Votes
Once it is revealed that a particular company is a fraud, individuals are clever enough to stay away from it. But what happens if despite its true nature being revealed the company attempts yet again to fool individuals?

Can this happen? And does this happen? Well, ofcourse it has happened in the past and will surely happen again because Coracall is now on the business scene. Many individuals do not know this but Coracall shares its roots with Phruit and is therefore sure to follow its actions.

Phruit Limited is a company that can never again be trusted and a company that is related to it should be kept at arms distance. In order to know what Phruit had indulged in, we are going to have to take a look into its past.

Phruit Limited was a UK based company that came into the limelight in 2010, when its true nature was revealed. It was revealed that Phruit had committed the following violations:

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

Agents of Phruit had called up individuals and extracted their private information from them by stating it was for research purposes. But the truth was that it was sold to various product selling companies that promptly began to call up individuals and harass them with offers about products/services.

This got individuals angry as well as confused. They were confused because they wondered how their private information had been leaked out when they had opted for TPS compliance and had their numbers registered on the Do Not Call lists. They decided to immediately get the DMC to look into the matter and a DMC investigation revealed the three violations that Phruit had committed.

So after these facts became public the business world was shocked and so were customers.Phruit lost its reputation and so it was time for it to say goodbye but this was not meant to last for long because while underground they planned their comeback.

And this comeback has been in the form of Coracall.Since Coracall is set up in South Africa and operates out of a call center in KwaZulu Natal it is hoped that individuals will not be able top understand the similarity between Phruit and Coracall.However, we need to provide just three points to prove that the two are related:

1. British company Assured Capital Holdings is the proprietor for both Phruit as well as Coracall even though Phruit was a UK based company and Coracall functions out of a call center in KwaZulu Natal located in South Africa.
2. Management of both companies is the same because Mr. Phil Lightfoot, the director of Phruit Limited is the Chief Executive Officer for Coracall.
3. Both Phruit and Coracall offer the same list of services.

Hence, it’s very apparent to individuals that Phruit has re-launched itself in the form of Coracall and therefore they should be clever enough to stay away. No matter how much agents of Coracall try to win over the trust of individuals, it’s important that they stay away. If they have already been receiving calls from Coracall then they should immediately complain against it at the following address:

Barnby House,
Barnby Gate,
Newark,
Nottinghamshire,
NG24 1PZ.
Or they can be called up at 08455 199131


Emily Edison keeps a firm lookout on companies such as Phruit because she does not wish that individuals get fooled. Since they are now back in the form of Coracall she is more adamant than ever to keep individuals away.

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