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Can you hear me scam
Feb 7, 2017
Monetary Loss: $0
Called back a number that I missed and it was someone claiming to be with a cruise line and wanted to know "can you hear me" we hung up
Got a phone call from this number to my mobile phone. I was driving, so answered it (bluetooth). It was a SPAM robo call, and I'm certain there was a purposeful delay. I instinctively said "yes" when they said hello. The female voice proceeded to tell me she had difficulty with her head set. Once I realized what just happened, I hung up.
I received a call from Josh in the customer service department. It was an automated call. He asked if I could hear him ok, I hung up. I've heard on the news that if you say yes, they record your response and use it as authorization to charge things in your name.
I answered the phone and he gave me his name and the name of the company which I don't remember nor did I write it down my caller ID showed "South Beloitil" 779-475-3223" this time I answered and said "Don't do this to me anymore and don't call me anymore! Then I hung up. I had another one call when I was away and didn't answer this one but my caller I'd came up -10 times. 3 on 2/06, 4 on 2/07, and 4times today" These calls are getting more frequent every day!