Pointbooks Scam Email - Call Back 1 929 224 5129

I received the Pointbooks email scam below today from an AOL address. The scam claims my premium plan trial period, whatever that is, is almost over and I will be billed to continue. Then, it asks me to call this telephone number, 1-929-224-5129, if I want to stop the subscription. But, this is a trick, used to frighten potential victims into contacting the scammers responsible for the fake email.

Pointbooks Scam Email - Call Back 1 929 224 5129

The Pointbooks Scam Email

Dear valuable Client, #0406...

Your premium plan trial period is almost over. Now's a good time to move up and obtain all of the wonderful benefits.

Once the demo period expires, you will not have the ability to get premium plan features any longer.

But please do not get worried, the bank card linked to your personal profile is going to be immediately billed to continue the premium plan membership.

Gain access to almost endless number of books on just about any topic in our web based catalogue.

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We are happy that you choose to be our pro user!

If you have questions about your premium plan, or simply want to stop the subscription, don’t forget to call us at +1 929 224 5129

Respectfully

Pointbooks Globe Crew

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  • April 8, 2021 at 12:06 PM by an anonymous user from: Victoria North, Kitchener, Ontario, Canada

    I located the telephone number to Kansas City. it was an 816 number that I had in the email but what kind of turds do this for a living.?

  • April 8, 2021 at 10:36 AM by an anonymous user from: Downtown Redmond, Redmond, Washington, United States

    Just got the email. Thanks for the post. I figured it had to be a scam, since I never signed up for anything like this.

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