People receiving calls looking similar to their own telephone numbers should use caution. The caller could be using a spoofed number and trying to convince you to relay sensitive information like a social security or credit card numbers.
People receiving calls looking similar to their own telephone numbers should use caution. The caller could be using a spoofed number and trying to convince you to relay sensitive information like a social security or credit card numbers. Gaj Rudolf
People receiving calls looking similar to their own telephone numbers should use caution. The caller could be using a spoofed number and trying to convince you to relay sensitive information like a social security or credit card numbers. Gaj Rudolf

Getting calls from numbers that look like yours? It’s possibly a scam and here’s why

September 19, 2017 10:59 PM

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