LibDem Phone Bank Based in Egypt

The LibDems are running a phone canvassing operation from Egypt. Phone bank calls received by London voters originate from a +20 number based in the North African country, more than 3,500 miles from Britain. Popular number tracing site Who-Called.co.uk lists dozens of complaints from voters who have also been contacted by the LibDem Egypt operation:

LibDems rang me on this number…from flipping Egypt!”

“Nine times in five days, haven’t answered any of them.”

“LibDems outsourcing canvassing abroad, jokers if they think I would ever vote for them.”

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