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Victim Location 67208
Type of a scam Government Grant

Had message that they had been granted a government grant. They qualified for this because they had paid their taxes on time and never been late. In order to get the $9,200.00 they needed to go to K-Mart or Walmart and purchase a card for $100.00 and $200.00. After they had the card call them back @ 240-986-2245 and give the Id# WG427. The consumer didn't go and get the money cards.

Victim Location 25701
Type of a scam Employment

I was sent a text saying I would be receiving a product by USPS and asked to do a survey. I received a package the next day and it had a $1000 USPS money order. The instructions included wants me to deposit the money order and then go to Walmart and buy 2 $800 gift cards. Then I was to take a picture of the gift card and the PIN numbers and sent by email but there is not email

Listed and at the bottom after the signature it says ‘text only’. I was to keep the other $200 for my services.

Victim Location 49022
Type of a scam Identity Theft

Perpetrator left a message on answering machine,landline stating they were from Social Security and that my SS# had been used fraudulent, committing fraud and that I needed to contact them soon as possible before beginning prosecuting proceedings.I returned the call next day verifying my SS# and DOB, not peaceable about giving my info over the phone, so I called police dept, gave them the call back number, ran number and it turned out to be a scam number. Made a police report, contacting the necessary facilities to inform them of this incident so they are made aware.

Victim Location 02116
Type of a scam Utility

We received a fax today asking us to call Energy Advisors (spelling) as our rates will be going up with Eversource. We are not Eversource customers. I called the number and asked for their address, they said they had a virtual office, but were located in Cleveland, OH.

Victim Location 85032
Type of a scam Travel/Vacations

They are fake buying timeshares, they stole my identity as a realtor, my license number, and name, called people and asked to buy their timeshare for a too good to be true deal, then get the credit card number and steal money. They asked a victim to open up title with a Illinois title company so they may be attempting to steal their time shares. They only contact through phone, they keep using agents from west USA.

Victim Location 45102
Type of a scam Sweepstakes/Lottery/Prizes

A letter addressed to me came, looks authentic saying I won $1,500,000.00 from Pulishers Clearing House. All I had to do was call . I called of course, when he started asking me questions Birthday, marriage status, how much money did I have in stocks etc. I told him I was not giving him anymore personal information he said his time was up & for me to call back tomorrow. I did & the number had been disconnected 315-992-7884 so I call the 2nd number 315-366-8053 answering machine answered, generic. Name on bottom of letter is Andrew Goldberg (CEO)

Also on bottom “To avoid delays you must keep this award confidential until your claim has been processed “

Victim Location 94503
Type of a scam Government Grant

Government Grant Scam. On phone now! This man, Scammer (?) had most of my information and says he talked to me before but wants me to give specific answers to a government representative. He goes over the answers he wants me to provide (twice). Each time he asks a few more questions but I noticed they were adding more personal information each time. He gave me conflicting information so I would correct it with my real information. I didn't catch on at first but I was writing down the information as he was talking to me. He then transferred me to a supposed government representative (?) who asked me the same questions. His name was (?). He made a mistake and said, "In our country". I asked him for the name of the company he worked for but he changed the subject. When I questioned him about a few other things he got confused and a little angry. I feel the callers are applying for government grants in other peoples names and providing real information about those individuals. Then: if or when the grant is granted the check will go to an address they give but the check will be in the contacts name. .All they have to do is print up a phony identification card and cash the check. Then this scam becomes identity theft and mail fraud. Plus, the government will be issuing grants to individuals that never receive the money. If the victim applies for a grant he/she will be denied. I am glad I caught on to this scam but this is the second time these scammers have called. I recognize their voice. Same individuals with several different scams. Free Government Grants - too good to be true!

Victim Location 49437
Type of a scam Family/Friend Emergency

Someone called my husbands sons grandparents and said that their grandson was in jail in new york after hitting a pregnant woman with his car. They said he needed 8,500.00 in bail to get him out.....the grandma is 90 years old by the way and she was in the process of getting the info as to where to send this needed bail money when her husband came home and got involved and stopped the whole thing....the grandson was never in newyork and was at work in montague michigan like he is every day.....

Victim Location 28092
Type of a scam Employment

Employment offer

Victim Location 30705
Type of a scam Healthcare/Medicaid/Medicare

My Mother-In-Law has Alzeheimers but she is still able to live alone. The company called to verify her address, which she did I am sure. The company shipped some back braces to her without her ordering. I am sure they thought they would get her *** number and charge a large amount for these supports. My husband, her son, was there when the braces were delivered and he signed for them not knowing what is was. After opening the box, he immediately called the business. They were vague and uncooperative. They tried to get her date of birth from him and her *** number. He told them that he would verify what they had. They could not provide any information. They told him that they had a prescription from one of her doctors. He requested to know which doctor and they said he would have to talk to upper management, but they would not let him talk to anyone. They said they would connect him, but hung up on him instead. They asked to get permission from his Mom for him to talk to them. He put her on the phone and she gave her permission, but they tried again to get her personal information from her since my husband would not give it to them. They definitely did not have a prescription because she only has one doctor and my husband goes with her to every visit. She has never had back issues. I plan to attempt to return the braces, but we will not pay for return shipping and we will not pay for the braces. They are scamming older people to send them equipment that is unnecessary and overcharging *** for it.

Victim Location 92868
Type of a scam Debt Collections

This caller threatened to sue me over an old debt, charging me over fives times more than the original debt. I never received a notification via mail and he relayed an address that I was unaware even existed. Additionally, they called my daughter with no caller ID, and left a voice message related to their matter. When I tried to verify the company’s legitimacy he said they do not have a website and he would not tell me their business license yet he wanted me to establish an agreement to pay to include giving them my bank information. The more questions I asked about *** * *** the less he had to say. Eventually he hung up on me.

Victim Location 33772
Type of a scam Credit Repair/Debt Relief

I am constantly getting these calls and this message they leave. "Yes, this is Diana H***. I am calling in reference to your Federal Student Loan. Ah, I need to discuss your repayment options with the new changes that have taken effect. Um, please be sure to call me back at 888-914-4433 with your, ah, reference number of 08082. Thank you." When you look this up everyone is getting the same call and same reference number being left. When I called and asked about the same reference number as others the lady got rude and told me no one else has been given my reference numbers as these are individual to the person they call. However, if you look on line and every one reporting this number they all have been left with the same message and reference number and I explained that to her. The person on the phone yelled and said just forget it.

Victim Location 45242
Type of a scam Phishing

Rec'd phone call, # on caller ID was 833-816-9530. Message said a package would be delivered at my husband's job and a supervisor would have to sign for it. Did not say what it was or why he wouldn't be able to claim it himself. Caller identified herself as Gloria Daniels and we were supposed to call her back at 614-569-3978.

Victim Location 48601
Total money lost $368
Type of a scam Online Purchase

I ordered service from high asking for website design I had 10 days to cancel service I called within 5 to 7 days to cancel I was told that I would have to speak to the representative that had took my order and that if I could not reach him to leave a message. Which is what I did(left a message) at the time that my order was taken I was told I would be charged $99.00 a month . Well 1 month went by Hibu, did not touch my account so almost nearly 3 months later Hibu, goes into my account and takes my money which was not $99.00 a month but over $360.00, I am very disappointed in their company's Customer Service and Service and would not recommend Hibu to anyone.

Victim Location 80205
Type of a scam Sweepstakes/Lottery/Prizes

This phone number is offering prizes and deals which appear to be "scams". After hitting the pound sign it will continue to offer at least 10 different scams.

Victim Location 46742
Type of a scam Other

Text message reading IRS- Identity Verification Requirements 2019 update!! Click the link and update your information

Victim Location 85326
Type of a scam Sweepstakes/Lottery/Prizes

Received letter saying I won some sweepstakes. I new it was a scam. See attachment.

Victim Location 93620
Total money lost $240
Type of a scam Government Grant

I keep getting calls back to back about a government grant totalling 6-9 thousand dollars. I was instructed to purchase a go bank prepaid card with $240 on it to prove I have the means to pay off the loan. Once I get the card I give them the last 8 numbers to verify the money is on the card and 15 mins later the amount on the card should be $9240. I believe it's the same guy that calls with different names each time I already got fooled two months ago and lost $240. So now when they call I ask for the company info so I can verify through the and they hang up but insists on calling back immediately.

Victim Location 75701
Type of a scam Debt Collections

I received a call saying I owed $1,200 and they would take my car if I didn't pay the money. They would auction the car off. When I asked what they money was for they wouldn't tell me.

Victim Location 37221
Type of a scam Phishing

This number has called me 6 times this morning. The automated voice says that they are about to 'suspend' my social security number due to activity on the number. They have left me 45-second voice messages each time.

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