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Do Not Call 1-410-100-001 - it is Being Used Scammers

2018-01-06T01:37:39 -  +
Do Not Call 1-410-100-001 - it is Being Used Scammers

The telephone number 1-410-100-001 is being used by scammers to trick potential victims into calling it. The scammers attempt to trick potential victims into believing they have been selected to receive cash prizes worth millions of dollars from the David Kal Foundation or Powerball winner David Kaltschmidt.

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A Fake Message Being Sent by Scammers to Potential Victims

NEW YEAR SURPRISE This notice is from David Kal Foundation to inform you that you have been selected to receive a cash prize of Five Million Us Dollars. David Kaltschmidt like you might already know, he won the part Power ball Jackpot of $528,724,000 million in the Month of February 2016 and the money has changed his life and that of his family.

He decided to give out cash prizes to Ten randomly selected individuals world wide, you are one of the lucky winners and you would receive a cash price of Five Million Us DollarsYou would be required to fill out the below claims form correctly, so we can guide ye receive your funds.Call 1-410-100-001 for inquiries.

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  • Posted: Aug 26, 2018 at 12:44 PM by an anonymous user from or near: Maybrook, New York, United States

    Same odd number text # 1-410-100-001 texed my cell today on 08-26-18 Have not opened this to see if there is more of this message.

    text msg said & I quote...

    'FRM: Angela Ball SUBJ:Prospectsplus! verifcation'


    Question, so how do I block a text msg?

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  • Posted: Jul 4, 2018 at 10:40 PM by an anonymous user from or near: Arroyo Grande, California, United States

    We received a text message that was a phishing text. Unfortunately it was deleted but the phone number was copied down—although; it doesn’t have enough numbers to be a real phone number. It was: 1-410-100-001

    It was suspicious because the body of the text was just a bunch of numbers. Also we had just transacted business remotely and had used the phone number the text was received on in the transaction.

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  • Posted: Feb 1, 2018 at 5:37 PM by an anonymous user from or near: Edison, New Jersey, United States

    Here is another number: ‭1(410)200-506‬

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  • Posted: Jan 7, 2018 at 6:38 PM by an anonymous user from or near: Muncy, Pennsylvania, United States

    Ok, so didn't get an email but received a text message with the same message on it but no phone number to call, it came thru on form.myjotform.com, says you will be required to fill out the below claim form correctly so they can guide you on how to receive my funds, asks for name, address, email, phone number, alternate email, and date of birth, then has submit button. So this is a bullying scam!!

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