Female with thick accent and spotty connection left a message regarding a Priority One mail and a T1000 fake tracking number, used my husband's name (mispronounced) and wanted to be called back. I know we are not expecting anything by mail so suspect this is a scam.
Laurie called mailroom? or something I couldn't understand, from Said they a letter that was returned and to call 1-+1 877-881-8088 to update my address, tracking T10627. They knew my full name, so wasn't sure but getting so many scams phone calls these days, wasn't going to chance it. They called leaving voice mail regarding Priority One mail and T1000** FAKE tacking number, as Canada Post uses 16 digits.They called 2x and left 2 "different" tacking numbers which naturally made me suspicious. It is important to note they gave 1-+1 877-881-8088 to call them back, which has been HIGHLY FLAGGED for same SCAM!!!
To everyone, it is my advice to BLOCK these numbers, from your smart phones via HIYA app as I use on iPhone. Both numbers have been reported and FLAGGED on Hiya. It only takes the many "Citizens" to Warn and Defeat these SCAM Artists!!! There are now NEW blocking APPS as of 2016, since OS 10 for those that didn't know. START using them, lets start PISSING Off them now, it is OUR turn!!!
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3 total complaints
Anonymous on (902) 625-4272
Someone left a message on my phone saying that this is my last chance to lower my credit card...
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Anonymous on (647) 342-0652
I received a call this morning at 830am stating that he is a calling from Visa fraud department...
workers... on (780) 498-3999
I Called Back on (438) 896-7585
I called back number (438) 896-7585 reached voice mail but did not say for what company.