|The details of this number|
|Province / State:||California|
|Primary City:||Los Angeles|
|International format:||+1 4242696112|
|Phone Type:||Landline Numbers|
|Phone Company:||Level 3 Communications, Llc - Ca|
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1.Tax Scams (IRS and CRA)
Someone claiming to be from the IRS says you owe taxes and penalties. If you don't pay by credit card, you're threatened with arrest or legal action.
These frauds cover everything from Medicare and health insurance to faulty anti-aging products and even funeral and cemetery plots.
3.Online Dating Scams
Fake profiles of scammers posing as attractive men and women, then claiming they need money to help in an emergency.
Scammers may say they have a job opening or can guarantee job placement if you first pay a fee to cover the cost it takes to place you in a job.
Informing you qualify for a government grant. In order to receive the grant, you must first send a processing or delivery fee, usually via wire transfer or a prepaid debit card.
Scammers are using telemarketing techniques to lure victims into giving out credit card numbers, as well as bank account information.
7. Tech Support
They say if you give “tech support” access to your hard drive, they can fix it. Instead, they install malware on your computer and start stealing your personal information.
A scammer contacts and claims you owe money on a debt or the scammer offers to recover money lost in a previous scam
9. Loan-related scams
False promises of business or personal loans, even if credit is bad, for a fee upfront. Or a scam that promises to repair your credit for a fee.
10.Home security systems
The caller offers a free home security system, and may mention a rash of burglaries in the neighborhood to frighten the victim into action.
Callers tell receivers they have won a free vacation, hotel stay, or trip. However, fraudsters use high-pressure sales tactics to spur victims to give up credit card information to pay for tax or additional fees.
Congratulating them on winning a substantial prize in a national lottery. They are told they must send money to pay for administration fees and taxes. The prize, of course, does not exist.
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