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    How do I know if I got a scam call?


    by Miriam576 ·

    I’m sort of new to the forum, wondering if anybody received this number 01753441520 calling before… introducing themselves as the money club Windsor, said I can save money by using their service and offer me a month free trial… scariest thing is that the caller knew my name, address, email and of course my number.. even my birthday! anyone here heard of them before??

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      by birdmantd ·

      In reply to How do I know if I got a scam call?

      It’s junk. If you get a call, a text or an email from an unknown source it is almost always text. I don’t answer or reply to them. A lot of your personal information can be easily obtained online by these scammers without much effort.

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      Reply To: How do I know if I got a scam call?

      by jimmy.wick ·

      In reply to How do I know if I got a scam call?

      On Truecaller’s landing page, use the search bar to simply lookup a number. You will be asked to sign in with an email or social account in order for our system to make sure you’re not a bot. From there, you are able to search for number to get the identity and identify if they are spam.

      This may help,

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      There are several signs that you can determine if you’ve got a scam call

      by richwilson802 ·

      In reply to How do I know if I got a scam call?

      Caller ID: Scammers often use fake Caller ID information to trick you into answering the phone. If the Caller ID looks suspicious or unfamiliar, it’s best not to answer.

      Urgent or threatening language: Scammers often use fear tactics to get you to take action quickly. If the caller is using urgent or threatening language, it’s likely a scam.

      Unsolicited requests for personal information: Scammers may ask for personal information like your social security number, bank account information, or credit card details. Be cautious if someone asks for this information without a clear reason.

      Unusual payment requests: Scammers may ask for payment through unusual methods, such as gift cards or wire transfers. Be wary of anyone who asks for payment in a way that seems unusual or suspicious.

      Too good to be true offers: If an offer sounds too good to be true, it probably is. Scammers may promise you incredible deals or free products to try to get you to give them money or personal information.

      Unsolicited calls: Scammers often make unsolicited calls to people, so if you receive a call from someone you don’t know, be on guard.

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