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Louis – Feb 02, 2021

Victim Location 79106

Type of a scam Identity Theft

They called twice from two different numbers in less than an hour stating my social security number had been deactivated due to being linked to criminal activity or something of that nature. It said press 1 to hear more about this investigation and I hung up both times.

Lance – Jan 29, 2021

Victim Location 79109

Type of a scam Government Agency Imposter

A man called with a foreign accent and claimed to be an officer. The name he gave me was Necxan Miller, with badge number 749063. Said he was working my case number CR79805 and asked for my last for of social security. He said he already had my full number. So I told him I would not give him, asked me how many bank accounts I had. Said a car had been abandoned at the Texas/Mexico Border with blood in it. And now I was going to be arrested. He got so frustrated with me messing with me and I hung up on him and called the police department and ScamPulse.com to report it. He didn’t fool me!

Alisha – Oct 09, 2020

Victim Location 96734

Type of a scam Government Agency Imposter

This number called and an Automated Voice Message said: They were claiming to be Law Enforcement and stated there was illegal activity linked to my bank account and an arrest was underway. I hung up knowing that law enforcement wouldn’t be calling someone to let them know they were getting arrested also there is no illegal actions taking place with my bank account or my bank would’ve call me first.

Tanya – Sep 29, 2020

Victim Location 36877

Type of a scam Phishing

Someone called my mother saying they were in law enforcement and that someone was using her social security number. There were two cars found involved in a crime with her name. They told her they would be in contact again and even gave her a badge number. They were trying to get information.

Armando – Sep 29, 2020

Victim Location 79109

Type of a scam Other

I received automated call left on my answering machine on Friday 9/25 @ 3:56pm on my home phone from an automated message saying there was an arrest warrant for me because of fraudulent activity on my Social Security number and Credit cards. Said an officer would be at my house the following day @ 3pm. I was to call back right away to avoid arrest. Needless to say I did not call it back, I know it’s a scam. Reported to the BBB.

Brett –

Victim Location 44231

Type of a scam Identity Theft

Received two calls from the same number (409) 449-1517. First call from male who said he was with the sheriff’s office. Called to inform them they needed to call this number because wife’s Social Security Number was suspended. When we called the number back, location was in Texas, the connection was poor and the person wanted the SSN to proceed. Hung up on them. Second call from a female (same number) who said she was with the police department and we needed to call them because wife’s SSN was suspended. We called and reported this to the ScamPulse.com and also called our phone company to block the number.

Kyle –

Victim Location 12550

Type of a scam Debt Collections

I called back the number i was given through text just to speak to a man who hardly spoke any english when asked if there was someone else i could speak to about my supposed 3 serious criminal charges or a different number i could call i was told no i asked what my charges was and he repeatedly just told me debt collection of fruad then he transferred me to his higher up who spoke slightly better english when explaining the charges to me and at this point i still couldnt understand what he was saying he told me he would see me in court but not before he told me " hey [censored] you man " at this point i new it was a scam not proffesional at all i kept calling the number that text me and sure enough no answer now here i am sharing my story.

Christian –

Victim Location 76036

Type of a scam Tax Collection

This robocall claims that you have "four series allegations pressed on your name" and that you will be "taken in to custody by the local police" if you don’t call them back to "discuss your case". I did not call them back, so I do not know if they are trying to get you to pay them for their fake legal fees, but the exact wording of the robocall is known and reported on various websites. Example provided below.

https://www.ajc.com/news/national/you-get-this-call-hang-immediately/61JT5g6rdnG…

Keith –

Victim Location 65203

Type of a scam Phishing

"For working hours and once again expired after that you will be taken under custody by the local police as there are four serious allegations pressed on your name at this moment we would request to get back with us so that w can discus about this case before taking any legal action against you the number to reach us us… 914-412-5138"

Roy –

Victim Location 32570

Type of a scam Family/Friend Emergency

My father received a fake "granddaughter" in prison call. She claimed to have been drunk with a friend and got in a wreck. She had minor injuries and needed bail. She gave a "case number" and said her "lawyer" was going to call in a few minutes. The fake lawyer then preceded to give law information on the situation and asked for bail. Neither caller gave names. The "granddaughter" took whatever name was given and the lawyer called himself a "public defender."

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