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What is a RoboCall and Why Scammers are Using it?

2017-06-25T16:23:24 -  +
What is a RoboCall and Why Scammers are Using it?

A RoboCall is a phone call made by a computer system called an autodialer to deliver a pre-recorded audio message to the recipients, as if the call was made by a person. In other words, a robocall is a computerized system that uses personalized audio messages to simulate an actual personal phone call.

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The reason scammers are taking advantage of robocalls is because they can reach thousands or even millions of potential victims easily. What RoboCalls can do would take thousands of call center operators, agents, or representatives to do.

The scammers can feed their computerized autodialer thousands or millions of phone numbers, create their fake audio messages and make the autodialer call all the numbers and leave the messages.

Samples of RoboCalls Created by Scammers

The reason of this call is to inform you that IRS is filing lawsuit against you. To get more information about this case file, please call immediately on our department number 862-274-2489 or 716-265-1636.Thank you.

Hello, this call is officially a final notice from IRS, Internal Revenue Service is filing lawsuit against you. To get more information about this case file, please call immediately on our department number 260-216-1206. I repeat 260-216-1206. Thank you.

Remember, the IRS would never call you threating a lawsuit against you, therefore, any call that you have received threating a lawsuit from the IRS is a scam.

If you do not want to be scammed by scammers who are using RoboCalls, remember never call the numbers you are instructed to called when you have received a RoboCall. Instead, lookup the legitimate phone number of the organization that you were instructed to call or the organization the caller claim the message is from, in the phone directory or visit the organization's website for their contact information. Once you have the legitimate number, call the same organization to verify the authenticity of the call.

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