vtext.com Messages Being Sent by Scammers
What is vtext.com?
Vtext.com is Verizon's Web SMS portal used to send and receive text and multimedia messages from your phone, tablet or the web using your Verizon Wireless phone number.
Recipients of unsolicited text or email messages asking them to cash a check, keep some and send the rest to someone else, are asked not to do so because this another trick used by scammers to deceive their potential victims into cashing a fake check, which the victims will have to pay for along with additional fees incurred by the bank for processing the check.
If you have received the messages below or something similar, please do not respond or follow the instructions in them. And, never send money in order to receive a lottery or promotion because this is how lottery scammers trick their victims into sending them money.
Fraudulent vtext.com SMS Messages Sent by Scammers
Good morning,This is Mr Dave Stephen from SAMSUNG PAID TO DRIVE CONCEPT you applied for,how are you today?
([MasterCardNotice]-Call (503) 455-5009 [WellsFargoNotification]-Call (503) 455-5009)
(contact VISA) call 3375162111
"(contact V-I-S-A) call 337-516-2111
(contact us immediately) Fraudulent activity in your account or stolen information contact us immediately by calling 1.406.872.0026
please call at 9092221158
([AchieveCard]) [12/7/13] Notification [441858xx] AccntIssue. Call: 7064789892.
[441858xxxxxxxxx BlockedDueToFraud]Call: 762 222 1097
([AchieveCard]) (441858XXVisaLimited DueToFraud]Call: 6197934952
(WellsFargo-Notification) Call 1-406-205-0069
(Contact Wells Fargo Dept) Call: 949-289-9524
A lot of Verizon's customers have reported receiving the above text messages or SMS. Please see the different messages that these customers have received by viewing the comments below.
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