201 Area Code Scam Calls: Fake Social Security Administration Agents

201 Area Code Scam Calls  Fake Social Security Administration Agents

Consumers have reported receiving scam calls from 201 area code telephone numbers. The scammers ask for social security numbers (SSN) and claim to be law enforcement or Social Security Administration (SSA). They then attempt to scare or frighten you into thinking that your security number has been connected to running drugs and money laundering across the border.

Area Code: 201

Prefix: 589

City: Jersey City

State/Province: New Jersey

Country: United States

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  • March 22, 2020 at 10:28 AM by an anonymous user from: New York, United States

    Please do not call telephone number 201-589-2543 and if it shows up on your caller ID, do not pick up the phone. People have received calls from the same number asking for Social Security numbers.

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201 Area Code Scam Calls: Fake Social Security Administration Agents