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Scam call. Wanted to access my computer
Tried to scam me
This phone number is showing in my call log as an outbound call, but I didn't do any phone calls to this phone number and at that time at all...
866-415-4204. Took money from my acct. BEWARE...Radius Tabk fromMN
this number called both my personal and work cellphones within seconds of each other. not sure who this number belongs to, but very likely spam or spoofed caller id
Threat of legal action
Came up on PC as 'scam' Windows Defender Warning. Call within 5 minutes before permanent damage etc etc. Locks up the PC.
Got call, did not recognize number, so did not answer, went to voice mail. Recorded male mature voice in American accent partial message about "calling said number for some sort of "discount".
This prick calls my wife 20 times a day he says he sees her naked going to rape her! I called police they got order for T-Mobile and got his name and number. He was arrested, his name is Les Hendler his number is 917-709-3519, he lives in queens ny. Teach him too screw with me!
Two missed calls
I'm trying to find the company of this number, +1 205-857-3025. Nothing is coming up.
Not sure who or what this was but a man asked for me by name and hung up when I responded.
called reporting to be from the state board of licensing
These fu**ers are scammers!! Don't give them any information!!
Said they were from the FBI main office and that I had been found guilty of stealing money from elderly people and if I did not pay a 290 fine and 40 for processing fee they were coming to arrest me first thing tomorrow. I cussed them up one side and down the other then said they were coming now and would be waiting in my drive way shortly I told him I was going to shoot and kill any trespassers or scammers including him. Full Auto 40 round shotgun ready, you punks come and get you some.
Got exactly the same email as described by others.
[Scam] they pretend to be paypal and ask for personal information.
Visa scam. Beware!
Someone claiming to be from education loans office called asking for a onetime password to verify an account with them. Yet my account shouldn't have been locked but it was and the number doesn't ring back to the loan office.
An email claiming to be from PayPal for an authorization of a purchase for some iPhone of $649 to my paypal account including a phone number to call if I did not make this charge, so when I call the number, somebody answers claiming to be PayPal, then wants me to get in front of the my computer or laptop and asks me to follow her steps to take me through some security thing she says, and then I hung up. This is the second email of this type I have received
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We live in the time of the internet. We're all surrounded by gadgets and computers, we receive and send tens of e-mails each day. People's communication shifted to messengers and social media from traditional phone calls over the last decades. Advertisement business has evolved as well with the development of the internet. Despite that fact, phone calls remain one of the powerful sources of marketing. Statistics that we collected from this website proves that to us. But you probably know it by your own, chances are that if you lent on this page, you've been affected with one of such calls - marketing calls is one of the most common violations reported by our customers.
Fortunately, there is a way to protect yourself from some of the unwanted calls. This method is not 100% solid, but it's worth to give it a try. US government developed the National Do Not Call Registry it was created specifically to stop unwanted sales calls. It’s free to register your home or mobile phone number. Go to donotcall.gov and fill the form or call 1-888-382-1222 from the phone number you want to register. What this action will do - you will stop to receive marketing calls from real companies. All companies are obligated to use do not call registers and not call the phone numbers found in the registry. You still might receive political calls, charitable calls, debt collection calls, surveys or purely informational calls - not all cases are covered
When marketing calls are pretty much unharmful but rather annoying and time-consuming, some calls might lead to bigger consequences. The best way to protect yourself from phone scams is to be careful and not trust everybody, it's worth to make check one more time before you do any actions or pay your money. You can check whose number is this on our website. One of the examples is calls that pretending to be charity fundraisings for i.e. police association. The approach here will be to promise to call back, find a real number on the web and ask if they are running a campaign. One of the most common and dangerous scams is social security scam: you receive a robocall claiming that your Social Security number was suspended because of “suspicious activity”. According to the Federal Trade Commission, in the first six months of 2019 people filed 73,000 reports about Social Security fraud with losses totaling $17 million. You have to remember - social security will never ask for your personal data over the phone. So if you receive calls like this, use our website to check who called you, it will be a small additional step to not find yourself fooled.