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Recent comments

T Thomas, 2020-07-02 16:44:23

Number: (302) 365-7184

Call type: Scam

Rating: -5

They want your Medicare information. When they call they have a lot of information on you. It sounds Legit but its not. DO NOT GIVE ANY INFORMATION.

mp, 2020-07-02 10:29:02

Number: (773) 649-5836

Call type: Scam

Rating: -4

automated message said it was social security about misuse of my ss# in Texas

Cathy Bosko, 2020-07-02 05:28:58

Number: (424) 347-1762

Call type: Harassment

Rating: 5

this number has called several times,they do not identify themselves.they say they are going to take $349.99 out of my account claiming it is for a web account

sheila, 2020-07-01 10:16:44

Number: (833) 900-2210

Call type: Harassment

Rating: -5

the robo caller said my SS number was being blocked for an arrest warrant. I should call back asap

BOB, 2020-07-01 09:04:49

Number: (575) 338-9211

Call type: Scam

Rating: 5

SAID HE WAS IRS

Robert, 2020-07-01 03:44:38

Number: (402) 313-1084

Call type: Scam

Rating: -5

Answered the call and received a recorded message claiming to be the DEA who said my SSN has been suspended due to suspicious activity and to call same number immediately. Another angle on a common scam.

Colin, 2020-06-30 00:15:35

Number: (888) 742-5877

Call type: Scam

Rating: -5

Automated message said they were from Amazon and wanted to speak about recent transaction and press 1 to speak to an adviser,its either gonna connect to a premium rate number that you cant disconnect from even after you hang up,or they gonna try and get your login details.Amazon in real life cant be bothered to phone you about anything your just not important enough to them so beware of these scammers.

oliva, 2020-06-29 16:50:09

Number: (863) 869-1646

Call type: Prank

Rating: 0

love you

Anne, 2020-06-29 06:03:27

Number: (623) 696-3712

Call type: Scam

Rating: -5

Got a text asking about a rental property I own. I have gotten more like this & no response back when I replied.

allen, 2020-06-29 05:51:07

Number: (401) 648-0700

Call type: Harassment

Rating: -2

Trying to collect money for the person Mister Jordan on 213 area code they threatened to call the CIA the police in

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