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May 25, 2020
Monetary Loss: $0
I got a text for Janyce this the 3rd time, I am a man it was nonsense I called the number it is no longer in service why does it text me?
Received an text stating that they were from the court and a civil suit was file against and they would be delivering documents to my home or office. with no information of who's calling so I report to the FTC and here is my complaint number ********.
Received text message at 6:15pm on 6/18/2020. Stated debit card locked due to suspicious activity. I called the number provided and received an automatic set of questions to which I gave them details of the card: full name, expiration date, zip code, and the last four digits of SSN. I have subsequently called the bank and reported this. They have cancelled card and are in process of issuing another. I have since visited the branch and they have verified it as a scam. The main wonder now is whether or not my the whole SSN has been compromised.