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Do Not Call 1-855-777-1707 - the Number is Being Used by Cybercriminals

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Do Not Call 1-855-777-1707 - the Number is Being Used by Cybercriminals

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Yahoo users beware because there are Facebook scammers that are tricking Yahoo users having problems accessing their email accounts, into calling the fake Yahoo technical support telephone number 1-(855)777-1707 for help. Therefore, Yahoo users and other online users are asked not to call the number and should never give out their personal, financial and online account information over the phone.

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The scammers are located on Facebook at:

  • hxxps://www.facebook.com/Yahoo-Customer-Care-1855-777-1707-Toll-Free-Helpline-1811610125794775/

The scammers are using the following toll-free numbers and are tricking desperate Yahoo or other online users into calling them:

  • 44-(808)143-3686 (UK)
  • 51-(180)068-2529 (Australia)

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  • Mar 18, 2018 at 7:55 AM by an anonymous user from Richardson, Texas, United States

    Why can't you get Facebook management to SIMPLY remove -or- delete this SCAM Facebook page off of the Facebook website to prevent desperate Yahoo users from being tricked & con on this?

    remove

    • Mar 18, 2018 at 8:45 AM by info

      We report them to Facebook, but it is up to them to remove the scams. There is nothing we can do except to report the scams to them.

      remove

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