If you have an annoying question in your head 'Who calls me?' - you came to the right place. This is a user supplied database of phone numbers of telemarketers, non-profit organizations, charities, SCAM artists, and other companies that don't leave messages, disconnect once you answer, and simply interrupt your day.
Getting unwanted calls from strangers? Just type number you don't recognize and get more information about it! Maybe you are not the only one who gets calls from that number.
Tabitha: "this message is for (my name). (My name) there has been a complaint filed against you here in my office. It was forwarded attached to your name & social. I need a return call within the next 24 hours in order to obtain a statement on your behalf. If you fail to respond within the time allotted, I will have to render a decision on this matter without you. Use your silence as a statement & recommend to my client how to proceed accordingly. Again my name is Tabitha. My direct number is 1-888-978-8091"
Fake Russian Escrow Company Using VoIP Telephones and a Fake Benicia California Address . Targeting Buyers of High Dollar Items such as autos , RVs and Boats on eBay, Craigslist or Kijiji .
576 Stone Rd,
Benicia, CA 94510
+44 (800) 048-8086
Green Dot reloadable debit cards become latest weapon in widespread government grant scams: Internet Scambusters #361
Today’s special issue highlights a scam you probably have
never heard about, but one that is easy to fall for: the Green
Reloadable debit cards — especially the top-selling,
legitimate Green Dot cards — are the new money-moving method
of choice for scammers.
Using phony government loans as a front for an advance fee
scam, the crooks issue bogus grant checks, then tell victims
they must pay a fee by reloading their debit cards.
And that’s not the only new tactic being employed by the grant
scam artists, as we explain in this issue.
Let’s get started…