Mon. May 20th, 2024
Scam Phone Calls

You’re sitting at home, relaxing on your couch after a long day of work. The phone rings and you answer it to find out that you’ve won $1 million! You can’t believe your ears but the caller tells you not to tell anyone about the phone call or else they’ll cancel your prize. What do you do? This is an example of what many people are facing with scam calls these days. You can see Common Scams Phone Calls here.

Scammers will try anything to get money from unsuspecting victims like yourself. They might say they’re calling from the IRS or that they want to give away free stuff in exchange for personal information like social security numbers, addresses, etc. A recent study showed that nearly half of all Americans have been targeted by scam phone calls in the past year. These scams can be very costly, and even dangerous, so it’s important to know how to protect yourself.

First of all, don’t share any personal information with the caller. This includes your name, address, date of birth, social security number or bank account numbers. Next time they call back they will have more info on how to talk to you about getting them their money! You might also want to contact the police so that they know about it too in case there is anything else going on with these calls besides just looking for personal information from people who answer the phone when they call. And the most important thing is reporting against those scammers.

How to report?

Making unwanted calls can be a problem for many people, and there are sites that will help you Report spam calls. For example, callmsg allows users to enter any phone number in order find out about its owner by examining information such as where they live or how much service is being offered at different regions across North America. On top of all this we provide charts comparing complaints against each region so if anything suspicious pops up it’s easy enough take action!

 If you’ve been scammed or taken advantage of, don’t feel embarrassed. You are not alone and it is important to take the necessary steps to make sure this doesn’t happen again. The FTC has a detailed website with resources on how to protect yourself from scams as well as information about what happens if someone files a complaint against a company for fraud or deception. Once you file your report on their site, they will contact the appropriate regulatory agency that handles cases like yours. Together we can help fight against these scammers who prey on unsuspecting consumers by filing reports and getting them off the streets so others aren’t hurt too! Have you filed any complaints? What happened after you did?

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By Manali

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