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Do Not Call 320-204-6013 - it is Being Used by Scammers

2018-04-29T12:11:13 -  +
Do Not Call 320-204-6013 - it is Being Used by Scammers

Please be aware of SMS text messages or calls from telephone number 320-204-6013. If you receive any call or text message from the the same number or number like 1-410-200-500, never follow any instructions left by the calls or messages. Those kinds of calls and messages will pretend to be from the big and reputed companies, but in reality, they are from the scammers, from cybercriminals about which we have explained here in detail.

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Recently people have complained that they received the text messages from the number 1-410-200-500 pretending to be from the Apple company and instructed them to click the link in the message to update their iPhone. But, you must know the fact that Apple doesn't send you SMS with a link to update, instead, they will display notifications for updates. So you should never click the link as provided in such text messages.

People have also complained that they received the text messages from those numbers claiming to be from the Bank of America with a link to login to verify their bank account. If you click that link and log in, then those scammers will have your bank account details with your account login password. So, now you can think yourself what they can do with those details.

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  • Posted: May 1, 2018 at 1:32 PM by an anonymous user from or near: St Louis, Missouri, United States

    They sent me a text telling me that if I'm interested in new job opportunities that I should send my email address to them via text message.

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  • Posted: Apr 29, 2018 at 9:34 PM by an anonymous user from or near: Petaluma, California, United States

    Just received a text message from this group.They asked me to send them my e-mail address. Text indicated it was from "ppnrgp"

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