Friday, June 5, 2015

10 Phone Scams You Should Hang Up on Immediately

It might sound like an unexpected blessing — a call from out of the blue, promising to help reduce the interest rate you pay on your credit cards. In reality, if you take the shysters up on their offer, you could end up losing thousands of dollars in fees or becoming the victim of identity theft. These credit card rate reduction scams were the most common telephone scam during the first nine months of 2014, a study by Pindrop Security found. Pindrop helps companies prevent phone-based fraud.

1 comments:

dog lover said...

There are so many complaints about these scams that I found at Twitter, Facebook, or some sites like http://whycall.me. They all have the same motives, ask your personal information and/or financial information. It's sad that there are some people that falls for these scams. I thought there are so many warning articles and news about this scams online. Why don't they read??