Total Access Network Scam - What is it?

Total Access Network Scam - What is it?

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Total Access Network scam consists of fake emails or pop-ups messages that claim you are a lucky winner. The online scammers behind the fake messages will promise gift cards, the latest phones, and money. But, to get these so-called prizes or gifts, they will ask you to provide them with your personal and financial information.

But, don’t fall for the tricks because the scammers who pretend that they need your name, phone number, email address, credit card information in order to send your so-called gifts, will use your information fraudulently.

If you have receive the Total Access Network messages, please d not follow the instructions in them. And, if the messages reappear, run a virus scan immediately because you may have unkowningly installed some malware or adware your computer or mobile device.

Note: Some of the names, addresses, email addresses, telephone numbers or other information in samples on this website may have been impersonated or spoofed.

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  • January 17, 2020 at 7:03 PM by an anonymous user from Beaverton, Oregon, United States

    I took a survey by Trimet, Portland OR mass transit, after entering their legitimate website address in Google search, after being directed to a website to check my radio frequency id card balance. The survey offered the choice of an iphone, a Samsung Galaxy s10, or a $1,000 Walmart gift card which was claimed to have been already given out and no longer available. I selected the s10 and paid nearly $20 for shipping and handling. I returned to the Trimet website today and entered the same website address and everything was exactly the same except that there was no survey. A representative at Trimet said that they do not ever make such offers with their surveys.


  • November 23, 2019 at 3:54 PM by an anonymous user from Reading, Pennsylvania, United States

    I received a text saying I was a winner of an IPhone 11 as a data user. I clicked on the link and it was from my TV Internet service provider Comcast/ Xfinity. All I had to do was take a

    Survey concerning their services. Since I had just called Comcast 2 days prior I thought it was legit. After completing and paying $19.73. I received an email which I thought was for verification. But it now stated I was entered into a drawing for the IPhone and the rest of the email was pushing vacations and

    other stuff. Wow. What a scam.


    • November 26, 2019 at 10:39 AM by an anonymous user from Sunnyvale, California, United States

      How did you stop them from taking anymore money from your account?


  • October 30, 2019 at 10:39 AM by an anonymous user from Waverly, Ohio, United States

    Thanks. I almost fell for this too, then thought I had better check it out first.


  • October 24, 2019 at 9:51 PM by an anonymous user from Bend, Oregon, United States

    I also received a Contest to get a Costco iPhone - "Pay only $19.73 for shipping" a few days later another deduction was made on my account in the amount of 76.87.

    Have filed with my credit union - in researching this mess there are several names - on the last deduction it is mstrmindhel and a long #.

    Also found the name of Total Access Network.

    I cancelled then received e-mail on 10/24/19 8:37 am From Superior Customer Services - says "you will receive a refund if a payment was made or avoid if no payment processed".

    Then on 10/24/19 @9: 04 am I received a recorded phone call from VTEC Solution - if you wish to cancel your subscription cancellation must be made within 48 hrs receiving this message 1-786-610-05287 Michael Giff (difficult to understand) customer relations manager.

    I checked the phone number and it shows scam so did not call.

    I filed a complaint with the FTC on 10/243- also.

    I do remember at some point I received something about health products and also free or reduced trips.

    There was also on 10/7/2019 a withdrawal of .16 International service assessment.


  • September 30, 2019 at 1:02 PM by an anonymous user from Arlington, Virginia, United States

    Thank you for the information.

    They got me for $19.73 offering a new cell phone, which I know now that I will never get. Fortunately, my bank refused to pay the second installment of $96.00.


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Total Access Network Scam - What is it?