New No Talking Phone Scams to Beware Of

AARP BULLETIN | on Wed, Dec 27, 6:00 AM

Most telephone scammers[1] rely on talk, getting you to pick up the phone so they can give their impersonations of IRS agents, noble fundraisers, tech-support saviors or grandkids in need. But with a new breed of telephone fraudsters, sometimes you don’t even need to say "Hello" to get ripped off. Here’s how some of these crooks may target you. Call Center Fraud There are scam artists who spend hours calling the customer service centers of banks, insurance companies and other institutions, po...

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