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Victim Location 85042
Type of a scam Online Purchase

I searched artist MGK’s hotel diablo tour in google, vivid seats was the first site to come up so I proceeded to search prices on the website for tickets. From low to high prices ranged from $50-$230. Typically if it is formatted that way that means there are assigned seating & whomever is the closest or has the best view pays more. I thought it was odd that each ticket, although priced differently, had the same seat and section listed. Didn’t fall for it. I went to MGK’s website which the tickets are actually on sale for $30 for general admission in an open area.

Victim Location 79510
Type of a scam Other

Said social security no. had been compromised

Victim Location 92008
Type of a scam Phishing

Recorded "yes"

Victim Location 02184
Type of a scam Phishing

The caller pretended to be in my area by using this number 857-343-8717, but when I blocked the number it really registered as 832-319-3990. The caller was insisting that I confirm my social security number to release important information for me.

Victim Location 85213
Type of a scam Credit Repair/Debt Relief

I have been receiving calls from this company claiming to be a part of the U.S. Department of Education offering student debt forgiveness, I do not have student loans. I have removed myself from their list a few times now and I keep getting calls. I have called them 15 times and asked to speak with a supervisor and every single time I was hung up on. I finally got one of the employees to give me their website address that is clearly fake. Companies like this are scamming students.

Victim Location 92592
Type of a scam Phishing

This number called and advised the call was recorded. Then asked if I could hear them. The affirmative answer can later be used to authorized fraudulent purchases.

Total money lost $460
Type of a scam Phishing

- Googled “*** *** Reservations” and clicked on what I thought was the number: 1 (800) 785-8912.

- Booked tickets for family providing personal information, frequent flyer numbers, address and credit card information.

- Was frustrated with the process as it was taking a long time and was quoted a price higher than what I was seeing on the *** *** website (I had to reserve by phone because of a special need that can’t be dealt with on an online booking). I proceeded with the booking thinking the price increase was due to the special need and that I could always call *** *** at a more convenient time about the price discrepancy.

- Never received an email confirmation so I logged into the *** *** site and saw I did have the reservation but it was for the lower price which was odd.

- Next day I receive a call from

Faremart Travel asking if I had booked tickets with *** ***, if I received confirmation, if the higher price was correct.

- Suspicious, I canceled my credit card immediately after hanging up.

- I then logged onto the *** *** website to look at the reservation and noticed an email address that is not mine in my profile:

[email protected]***.COM

- Two charges to a SNAUS merchant were charged to my credit card before I was able to cancel it.

- Contacted *** *** and *** about this fraud.

Victim Location 85749
Type of a scam Tech Support

Robo call coming from my HOME number, stating my IP address has been compromised and needs to be changed.

Contact your carrier, ignore these calls and don’t answer. They will move on to the next person in 24-48 hours. Would block them if it was possible from my own phone.

Victim Location 90049
Total money lost $2,617
Type of a scam Fake Check/Money Order

Alfred Kenedy contacted me on Offerup to buy a couch and chair I was selling. He sent me a cashiers check, but sent $1907 more than the amount I was selling the items for (the check total was $2,617 and I was selling the furniture for $650). He immediately contacted me and said his assistant had sent me the full amount for the furniture, plus the amount he owed the movers who were coming to pick up the furniture. Since it was a cashier's check, I felt completely safe in sending him back the excess amount of $1,907 and it seemed like a reasonable mistake and I did so via Zelle, Chase Bank's payment system, again feeling safe. I also waited until the check had cleared with my bank before sending him back the $1,907. Today, I got a withdrawal alert on my phone for $2,617 and immediately called my bank. Because the check was fraudulent, it debited not only $1,907, but also the original amount of $2,617. My bank explained that although a cashier's check clears in 24 hours, it can still bounce back within 10 days of deposit. Luckily, they refunded me the full amount and I've closed my bank account, but this was a very eye opening experience.

Victim Location 60613
Type of a scam Credit Cards

Claiming that I had a balance that was due on a credit card. I asked to be taken off the call list and they refused to do it.

Victim Location 24502
Total money lost $270
Type of a scam Online Purchase

I made orders with this company, many orders & didn't ever receive half of them (I'm not the only one). Not to mention missing items in orders I didn't receive. I emailed & emailed them (they claimed that was a faster way to get a response) still none were ever resolved. They've scammed me out of a lot of $.

Victim Location 92119
Type of a scam Online Purchase

I'm selling my car on Craigslist. Had someone contact me through Craigslist email. He asked for my email address so we could text. He asked some relevant questions about the car and said he wanted to come see it tomorrow. We scheduled a tentative time then he asked me to provide him with the cars "DAR" report. I hadn't heard of that. I asked if that was CarFax. He explained that I could get it from detailedautoreport.com. He shared his name as "Brian". I hadn't given my phone number to anyone inquiring about the to someone named Brian. I got suspicious so searched online and found references to this type of scam. I dug further. That domain name was registered only 3 months ago. The domain name is owned by an entity in France. The IP address of that domain name is geo-assigned to France. The SSL certificate on the site has only a 3 month expiration (no serious website would purchase a 3 month certificate). I didn't try to visit the website. It's obviously suspicious.

Victim Location 45102
Type of a scam Debt Collections

They say they are a mediation collections group called National Checks collector. But they won't provide a address or company name. They also state that they won't accept check payments, they want access to a debit or credit card and WON'T provide any further information until you have given them access into your bank account. The lady that keeps calling me says her name is Lisa Green. She has hung up on me when I wouldn't give her my bank info. They are persistent to the point of harassment. I have asked them for proof of my debt and they refuse to do so unless i give them my banking info. They claim I owed US Bank money from an account that's 10 years old. And state that I'm going to be served with papers that will result in felony charges, the charge would be "an attempt to defraud a financial institution".

Victim Location 99006
Type of a scam Home Improvement

This number has contacted me on a couple occasions asking the same thing. If we do drywall installation and removal and if we accept credit cards as a form of payment. I replied, "no not at this time". To which they replied, "can we get one set up?" That they just bought a place in the city and need the work done.

Victim Location 13903
Type of a scam Employment

I recieved a text message that I was selected for interview for a work at home position with *** ***. It would be administrative/data entry at the pay of $18-$22 an hour. I was informed the interview would he conducted over Google Hangouts. After about 45 minutes of "interview" I was welcomed to the company, without ever accepting a job. I was informed a check would be mailed to me for office supplies and the remainder petty cash. I'm very skeptical, but then the check arrived for almost $4700!! Now, I'm skeptical go actually cash it because of check frauds. I was assured of the legitimacy of this, but cannot find anything online to verify this opportunity and cannot locate the email addresses or names of those I'm in contact with. Included is a snap of the conversation I had with the individual. Personal information has been blocked out.

Type of a scam Identity Theft

Pretty much similar to this one.

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I noticed one of the attachments was an rtf file, which may have been used for malicious intents.

Victim Location 75117
Type of a scam Government Grant

This lady contacted me saying she was from the ncns and that I was one of a million approved for a non refundable free grant of $80,000 I almost believed her until she ask for $500 up front to pay fordeliver fee then I told no thanks she continue yo ask for $25 amazon gift card and insisted on it she also told me that it is 100% realand that the FBI is aware of it and involve I woyld reccommend y'all check it out

Victim Location 60025
Type of a scam Other

Beware, they do not identify who they are or what the call is about but threaten legal proceedings unless you call.......They leave hotline numbers. They are also calling my cell and not leaving a message. Calls came from Pima, AZ and Grand Prairie, TX.

Victim Location 49855
Type of a scam Credit Repair/Debt Relief

Calls from student loans of America requesting contact to rectify student loan debt, of which I have never had any. When I called the 866-743-9898 from my work phone, and indicated I did not have a loan, (no info given from me except # I called from, which was a U.S. gov't installation) robot said my number would be removed from system.

Victim Location 24179
Type of a scam Fake Check/Money Order

Mystery shopper. Company sends a check you deposit in your account and go buy something. Give you a salary and the you have a second job to do. I called bank check was drawn off of and they said it was a fake. Destry it they said.

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