Although it doesn’t seem like something severe, over-the-phone scams are a felony and you should alert the police if you feel you’re in danger. You never know who you’re dealing with and how threatening these events can become.
The first time you pick up the phone and answer, the thought of having to deal with a scammer is far from you. But, don’t assume it will never happen to you. When you expect the least, a scammer may try to take advantage of you.
Scams occurring over the phone are increasingly frequent. Scammers take advantage of the fact that people can’t see them or reach them. Plus, they can be very convincing over the phone, where they can pretend to be anyone they want.
It is crucial to be able to recognize phone scams, as they may pose a real threat to your savings. Money is what scammers are after, using phone calls to present various alarming scenarios and scare people so they can pay up.
Virtually all NANP (North American Numbering Plan) phone numbers can be searched. NANP numbers contain a three digit area code and a seven digit phone number. Currently, our data covers the United States, with some coverage for Canada.
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