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Victim Location 15672
Type of a scam Phishing

I got a cell phone call on 06/19/2019 at 2:24 pm first words from the caller was can you hear me now. I said ya she said she was selling car insurance i said I do Not want anything and I hung up.

Victim Location 85705
Total money lost $110
Type of a scam Counterfeit Product

Hello Jessica,

I do not give authorization to charge my account!!!!

The # you called from ###-###-#### is not a contact #

American express has already been called and flagged this charge.

On 6/18/19 I was mislead to believe this was for a 5 year warranty on my 2015 Dodge Charger from the dealership.

I would like the $110.00 reversed as I was completely mislead. I was told the repairs would be done straight through the dealer. You processed a payment due to being pressured into believing that this was a continuation of my original warranty. This is not true, due to technology I was also able to record the conversation once being informed they were recording for “quality assurance” . American express is monitoring this transaction as well. American express said to try to contact you 1st to reverse the charges that are pending. I am cancelling the same day the charge was processed. I am expecting a refund to my card immediately . Yes listen to the recording again, I have I was told that you have BBB rating A+ (*** *** *** is not BBB accredited at all) look that up too 47 complaints rating F

Also on recording me having doubts on giving out my credit card info male rep I talked to spoke to my insecurities re giving him the information . This is while I still was under the impression this call was from my dealerships coverage. “you received letter from us “dealership” re warranty expiring and calling to keep your car under warranty. Very sneaky indeed.

Please contact me once you have refunded my $110.00 to my amex card

Victim Location 85326
Type of a scam Phishing

His name is Nicolas *** ***. He is trying to get iTune cards from me. The told me he is a Soldier and he is in Syria. He wants video chatting with me but he have to pay a fee over $ 950 dollar and i have to pay it becaus i dont have access to his account.

I found out he is lying because he told me he cant get letters becaus APO is not working and I know its working because my uncle is in the military and I ask him

I m sure he is doing it to more woman. I met him on an dating web site at scout.

sincerely Petra

Victim Location 44142
Type of a scam Identity Theft

I wanted to report a scam. I have been the victim of identity theft. I initially either received an E mail or a text that there was unusual activity on my PayPal account. I thought it was PayPal. They impersonated PayPal. I have had thirteen text messages from 729725. It had different codes for me. Asked if I authorized a transaction. If no contact PayPal and use this code. They would always send me a different code that was only good for ten minutes at a time. I have E mails also. They wanted to give me back my money. They wanted me to purchase gift cards from E Bay or Giant Eagle. I sent $100 and $200 to the number 729725. They needed physical evidence. I purchase two E Bay cards. for $300 total. I gave the numbers off the back by E mail. I have a Pay Pal credit card. I reported to PayPal. I called PayPal and reported it. I put a freeze on everything.I reported it to E Bay and my bank. I made a police report. I called the FTC and Attorney General also.The phone numbers that call me are 408-692-7791. 518-565-6098 402-935-7733

Victim Location 91773
Total money lost $750
Type of a scam Fake Invoice/Supplier Bill

My wife and I signed our lease agreement with *** *** in April of 2018. Our lease ran from April 2018 to August 2019. We paid a $750 deposit fee. In March 2018, my wife contacted the leasing office through the *** online portal to schedule an appointment with the leasing office to discuss an early move out. She was put in touch with Adam ***, who agreed to meet with her on March 26th. On March 26, 2019, my wife went down to the leasing office to meet with Adam ***, who confirmed with her the lease break information, including payment. He said that once we had obtained a cashier’s check in the amount of $5,066.00 and presented it to the leasing office, we would sign a lease break document and we would have 30 days from that date to move out of our apartment. On April 5, 2019 (nearly one year after signing our initial lease), we presented the cashier’s check in the amount of $5,066.00 and before we signed our lease break document, I asked Adam ***, “So how much of the deposit do you think we’ll get back?” Adam *** responded, “Well, it’s hard to say. They still need to perform an inspection.” My husband then asked, “What about the carpets? Should we have them cleaned? Do you have a list of certified carpet cleaners?” Adam *** responded, “Don’t even bother with the carpets, we replace all of the carpets in every unit before any new tenant moves in, so there’s no point in having them cleaned.” We then signed the lease break document. We were all moved out by April 29th and we did not bother cleaning the carpets, as advised by Adam ***. We later received our billing statement, which noted a carpet replacement cost of $722.48, almost the entire amount of our deposit. When we disputed the charge, the billing department argued that the carpet was damaged beyond repair. They provided us with images of the carpet, which proved that they were not damaged beyond repair. This was a brand-new unit – we were the first tenants to live in this space and there was carpet in two bedrooms with no stains, tears, mold, etc. We stated this information to the billing department and added that we were advised by a *** employee NOT to clean the carpets or utilize their recommended cleaning service to clean the carpets because they would be replaced anyways. They stated that the charges were valid and will remain. This apartment complex is scamming all tenants by telling them not to bother with carpet cleaning and then charging them for carpet replacement when it is not necessary or needed.

Victim Location 85249
Type of a scam Debt Collections

I’m receiving calls from the follow phone number: 602-452-6519

Saying that they calling from the medical Bureau collection

I have none medically collection that I recall, I want to verify that the business is legitimate or is a part of a scam

Yo can contact me [email protected]

Victim Location 91773
Total money lost $750
Type of a scam Fake Invoice/Supplier Bill

My wife and I signed our lease agreement with *** *** in April of 2018. Our lease ran from April 2018 to August 2019. We paid a $750 deposit fee. In March 2018, my wife contacted the leasing office through the *** online portal to schedule an appointment with the leasing office to discuss an early move out. She was put in touch with Adam ***, who agreed to meet with her on March 26th. On March 26, 2019, my wife went down to the leasing office to meet with Adam ***, who confirmed with her the lease break information, including payment. He said that once we had obtained a cashier’s check in the amount of $5,066.00 and presented it to the leasing office, we would sign a lease break document and we would have 30 days from that date to move out of our apartment. On April 5, 2019 (nearly one year after signing our initial lease), we presented the cashier’s check in the amount of $5,066.00 and before we signed our lease break document, I asked Adam ***, “So how much of the deposit do you think we’ll get back?” Adam *** responded, “Well, it’s hard to say. They still need to perform an inspection.” My husband then asked, “What about the carpets? Should we have them cleaned? Do you have a list of certified carpet cleaners?” Adam *** responded, “Don’t even bother with the carpets, we replace all of the carpets in every unit before any new tenant moves in, so there’s no point in having them cleaned.” We then signed the lease break document. We were all moved out by April 29th and we did not bother cleaning the carpets, as advised by Adam ***. We later received our billing statement, which noted a carpet replacement cost of $722.48, almost the entire amount of our deposit. When we disputed the charge, the billing department argued that the carpet was damaged beyond repair. They provided us with images of the carpet, which proved that they were not damaged beyond repair. This was a brand-new unit – we were the first tenants to live in this space and there was carpet in two bedrooms with no stains, tears, mold, etc. We stated this information to the billing department and added that we were advised by a *** employee NOT to clean the carpets or utilize their recommended cleaning service to clean the carpets because they would be replaced anyways. They stated that the charges were valid and will remain. This apartment complex is scamming all tenants by telling them not to bother with carpet cleaning and then charging them for carpet replacement when it is not necessary or needed.

Victim Location 01752
Type of a scam Tech Support

Received a suspicious voicemail from a computerized female voice: "We have found some suspicious activities in your Apple I-Cloud account that your Apple I-Cloud account has been breached. Using any Apple device please contact Apple support adviser press one to connect with Apple support adviser press two to listen to this message again or if you wish to contact us later please call us on our toll free number 718-307-1139, thank you" obvious tech support scam attempt.

Victim Location 90059
Type of a scam Debt Collections

These people left me a voicemail stating they made an attempt to contact me for some important information. The two young ladies whom are leaving these voicemails have been calling from different numbers as listed above with it looks like a bogus account number. I have not contact them nor have i given any information. One of the callers did leave a somewhat business name in which its hard to name because she was talking so fast. The other caller didn't.

Victim Location 12571
Type of a scam Yellow Pages/Directories

Don’t buy any premium listings with them. They’ll try to make you buy a fake “premium listing”. While there trying to steal money from you.

Victim Location 36253
Type of a scam Government Grant

My boyfriend received a FB message from a trusted friend telling about a govt grant he received. Including a pic of the money. So I decided I would try to see if I could qualify. After over an hour texting they told me I would have to send a processing fee. I then realized it was a scam. I told them I was gonna contact the police and FBI and they still kept texting telling me why they charged the processing fee.

Victim Location 92704
Type of a scam Employment

I saw a post on facebook by a person named "Rachel *** ***" who posted a job opening for data entry work at home job, i contacted her to ask more details about the position she then explained briefly about the position and asked if i can handle that i told her yes, i can. She then told me to download google hangouts as this was going to be a instant message interview. I thought it was strange but i still decided to go for it and then she asked for my gmail and i gave it to her and she sent me an invitation on google hangouts, the persons email who invited me was different from the name appeared on facebook email address is ***, she then asked me if i had a printer i said no and then she went on to ask me interview questions and once i answered all of them she told me to hold online while she sent my answers to the hiring managers after a few minutes she replied with "You got hired welcome to ***" she then asked for my name, address, a copy of my ID and phone number for employee records so i sent it to her, she then asked if i use a credit card and i told her no, she went on to explain all the benefits and compensation which i shouldve know it was too good to be true, she said the company would pay for all the materials needed and offered to send a check and once the check was received and processed i would need to deposit the money to the "vendor" that would ship out my supplies, i did some research and found out this has happened before to other victims. I will be filing a report since i did send a copy of my ID and contact law enforcement to assure my information will not be used by a scammer.

Victim Location 68105
Type of a scam Government Grant

That said I was chosen to receive $9200 in a Radom government grant but I had to pay $350 registration amount to receive the money

Victim Location 68466
Type of a scam Government Grant

A man called my phone informing me that I had been chosen by the federal government to recieve a one time federal grant in the amount of $11,000 then he gave me the options for recieving the money by checking savings or western union then gave me a verification code for recieving the money and a phone number in which to call for further instructions. I called the number given "(202)642-9943" and a woman answered and enquired of the nature of the call and asked for grant code "gd521" and then she informed me that I would need to go to the western union with my phone photo I.D and a $250.00 process fee and that I should call her from the parking lot so she could talk me thru the rest of the procedure and said she would stay on the phone with me until the money was in my possession. I told her that I didn't have the money and couldn't borrow from family or friends. She then said that I should get the money as soon as possible and to call her back at the same number as before and to ask for Jessica Brown at ext.207 the call was ended and I was kind like no way this could be legitimate so l got online and searched for possible scams and as I was reading the info I saw the same pattern of scam right down to the amount of fake grant transaction type and process fee. I immediately came to this site to report the scam. Initial contact was around 2:30pm today June 19,2019. That's all the info I can provide at the moment if I can recall any other information I will report it as soon as possible.

Victim Location 68466
Type of a scam Government Grant

A man called my phone informing me that I had been chosen by the federal government to recieve a one time federal grant in the amount of $11,000 then he gave me the options for recieving the money by checking savings or western union then gave me a verification code for recieving the money and a phone number in which to call for further instructions. I called the number given "(202)642-9943" and a woman answered and enquired of the nature of the call and asked for grant code "gd521" and then she informed me that I would need to go to the western union with my phone photo I.D and a $250.00 process fee and that I should call her from the parking lot so she could talk me thru the rest of the procedure and said she would stay on the phone with me until the money was in my possession. I told her that I didn't have the money and couldn't borrow from family or friends. She then said that I should get the money as soon as possible and to call her back at the same number as before and to ask for Jessica Brown at ext.207 the call was ended and I was kind like no way this could be legitimate so l got online and searched for possible scams and as I was reading the info I saw the same pattern of scam right down to the amount of fake grant transaction type and process fee. I immediately came to this site to report the scam. Initial contact was around 2:30pm today June 19,2019. That's all the info I can provide at the moment if I can recall any other information I will report it as soon as possible.

Victim Location 92109
Type of a scam Online Purchase

This website sells sports memorabilia and appears to be associated with a number of additional scams I discovered for online retailers that have 'the ...... Shoppe" in the name. In this case, once you purchase the item you receive an automatic message from their *** email address. Then there is a significant delay between when the item is purchased, when the order status shows the order is filled, and ultimately when it is shipped. This is what caused my initial suspicion. After reaching out to the customer service email several times without a response, I investigated the website further. The website doesn't provide a physical address or a phone number to contact them. In addition, there is not a single customer review online or on their site for any item. I used paypal for my transaction and disputed the purchase with paypal which is when i received the *** email address for the seller. Upon disputing the purchase as fraud via paypal's dispute resolution service, the seller refunded the purchase and said it was because "this item is no longer available". While I didn't suffer a financial loss on this purchase, I certainly believe I would have if I didn't purchase this item via paypal and ultimately had another outlet to dispute the transaction. This seller most likely would have delayed the shipment for so long that I would have given up or they would have deleted the site all together and I wouldn't have had a contact email address, phone number or physical address to pursue a resolution.

Victim Location 24019
Type of a scam Fake Check/Money Order

I signed up to be a sitter on Rover and got a message from a woman saying her boss needed help watching their dogs in the coming weeks. I contacted the "boss" who after numerous messages sent me a $2,450 check to deposit. They said to deduct 350 for myself, 100 for pet supplies, and 2000 to give to some appliance store. After the check cleared they changed where they wanted the 2000 to go to. They told me to go to Walmart and take out a cash deposit slip, leave it blank, and send it to some address in Indiana. After realizing a bit too late that the check was going to bounce, I lied and pretended that I took the money out and mailed it to a Dante Micheal. Luckly I only spent about $100 of the money from the check so I wasn't $2000 in the hole.

They also gave me a store address which I assume they mean to mean is the appliance store? It was: 9200 Stony Point Pkwy, Richmond VA 23235

The emails sounded quite sincere and they even sent me photos of what was supposed to be her and her dogs.

Victim Location 85308
Type of a scam Tech Support

I just received a call from this number. The lady spoke fast and had a heavy accent, so I couldn't understand the name of the "company" from which she claimed she was calling. She said she was calling in regards to a refund owed to me from a computer virus protection that I supposedly paid for in 2017. She said all I needed to do was log onto my computer so a technician could help me get my refund. I said I would have to call back and asked for a number, as she was calling from a restricted line. She said her name was Christine ***, her employee ID was ***, and that the callback number was (408) 741-***. I immediately hung up and called that number. It rang for quite a while and then, of course, a recording said the number was no longer in service.

Victim Location 40207
Type of a scam Phishing

Caller identified himself as officer Dale Stone of the Social Security administration and told me that they were going to suspend my Social Security number unless I called them back

Victim Location 91803
Type of a scam Healthcare/Medicaid/Medicare

i have resulted in making a complaint because i have not been given help by this business. i have received suspicious calls that this company is using my personal information to electronically prescribe medication without my knowledge or contact. i have never seen this doctor they are telling me about a DR. ***  Shali. the number for her is disconnected 760-806-***. when i call the office no one is able to give me answers or help me. i fear these people might be doing identity theft.

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