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Scam to get your credit card information
They will call you first and tell you you have downloaded an application makes you win $100 gift card and $50 restaurant card. they will ask you your address, Date of birth in earlier in recording. soon you come to the final stage they will ask you $1.95 USPS shipping cost to send you gift card. Please be careful its scam to pull information out form you for your credit cards.
I just got the same call prior to Pter. and followed up by googling this number. The red flag went up when I asked what app did i review and they could not answer. . Asked what was the name of the company she is representing or the product. The girl rushed to get off the phone when i asked again. Do not under any circumstances give out your personal information. As advise. Tell them you will call them back and research that number.
I was naturally pretty suspicious. I have been getting phone calls from this number for months, but always ignored it. Finally I decided to pick up and see what it was. Caller Identified as Nicole with Customer Service Something or other (don't remember). Anyway, proceeded to tell me I won gift cards and she would transfer me to the mailing dept. When I objected, she kept speaking as if I wasn't. Also, it kept repeating the same sound bites over and over again. I think they use recordings and play them as needed. Anyway, once I realized this wasn't a real person (it's pretty convincing) I hung up, put the number in my contacts as "Scam" and blocked it. If you get this call, I recommend you do the same. I refused to let "her" transfer me anywhere because I have heard of recent scams doing that.
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