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  • #1567
    Jana86
    Jana86
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    Read more about current practices of scammers in our forum.

    Here you will read the latest news on check-caller.net:

    #2143
    Jana86
    Jana86
    Keymaster

    New scam tactic — caller pretend to be from the Chinese Consulate office

    During the last weeks, there appeared a popular scam tactic in Chinese language. The shocking fact is, that in a short time Chinese immigrants lost more than $1 million.

    Phone scammers claim to be from the Chinese Consulate office. Under the pretext, that you have to pick up a package at the Chinese embassy, they ask for personal information and your bank account. The fraudsters also ask to transfer money. Their brazen claim to do that, for not to get in trouble with the Chinese Consulate, is only the tip of the iceberg.

    What can you do to protect yourself?

    • Don’t give out personal information like your Social Security number
    • Never give out your bank or credit card number
    • Don’t send your money to anyone
    • If you want to contact the Chinese Consulate office, search their official phone number
    • If you don’t have business with Chinese public offices, just ignore these calls

    Remember, the Consulate offices and embassies don’t call people to ask for personal information!

    Experiences from other users:
    https://check-caller.net/2122447942
    https://check-caller.net/4158525904
    https://check-caller.net/6264080137

    See numbers which fraudsters used to call from:

    2024953210, 2025952003, 2122137087, 2122243764, 2122244529, 2122440419, 2122441080, 2122441446, 2122441727, 2122442138, 2122442257, 2122442392, 2122443702, 2122444108, 2122444262, 2122444472, 2122444730, 2122444831, 2122445084, 2122445203, 2122445330, 2122446019, 2122446066, 2122447005, 2122447084, 2122447283, 2122447942, 2122448096, 2122448116, 2122448198, 2122448422, 2122449219, 2122739197, 2122849671, 2132017755, 2138073500, 2138073579, 2138074390, 2138077850, 2138078516, 2138083959, …

    3472306336, …

    4152442712, 4156995669, 4158520086, 4158520545, 4158521735, 4158522149, 4158522376, 4158523009, 4158523059, 4158524458, 4158525068, 4158525113, 4158525350, 4158525440, 4158525478, 4158525515, 4158525534, 4158525559, 4158525584, 4158525759, 4158525779, 4158525873, 4158525904, 4158525907, 4158525913, 4158525926, 4158525928, 4158525966, 4158526954, 4158527108, 4158527435, 4158528962, 4158529277, 4158545128, 4158585723, 4163246423, 4163247594, 4169641796, 4169642961, 4169643220, 4169643969, 4169645284, 4169645510, 4169646249, 4169646607, 4169647462, 4169648735, …

    6047341032, 6047348102, 6263160482, 6263487638, 6264080137, 6463655561, …

    #2149
    Susann85
    Susann85
    Keymaster

    The following fake message is currently in circulation:

    “RE: MasterCard Debit 5403xxxxxxxxxxxx. Please contact us 24/7 at 559-513-6578.“

    The content and the specified callback number may of course differ.

    Please do not call the provided number, nor reply to this message!

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