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AARP Spoof Reports & Reviews (1)

- Morristown, NJ, USA • Nov 17, 2023

I received a post card in the mail that showed it was from AARP. The post card stated the company w[censored]ding a $250 shopping & gas voucher and to call immediately.

The phone number listed on the card was 813-264-7110. When I called there were 2 different people asking me questions and wanted to know my debit card number and my street address. When I asked why they wanted my debit card information they said it was a requirement to receive the voucher. I gave them my debit card number but when I hung up i was uneasy about giving my bank information. I was able to locate another number for AARP. When I spoke with them, they told me they had no association with these other people and have no programs that offer gift vouchers. I knew at that point i had been scammed. I will have to change my bank account now.

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