If recipients of the fake text messages call the fraudulent numbers, they will be asked to visit phishing websites that steal personal and financial information, or they will be asked for the same sensitive information over the phone by the scammers behind the text messages.
Once the scammers have received the stolen information, they will use it fraudulently. Therefore, recipients of the same texts messages from 400 numbers like 1(410)200-526 who have already been tricked by the scam, are asked to contact their bank for help to help prevent the scammers from using their credit card information fraudulently.
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