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Victim Location 37398
Type of a scam Phishing

Caller used the scam "Can you hear me now" to solicit a "Yes" response. This implies I agree to buy something. In this case a vacation package.

Victim Location 19403
Type of a scam Phishing

I received a phone call and the gentleman said hi I'm calling from customer service can you hear me okay and I said yes and then you proceeded to tell me that I had was selected for a vacation and I hung up and then it hit me that that's the scam that has been going around and now I'm concerned that they're going to utilize my acknowledgement for their personal reasons

Victim Location 83814
Type of a scam Phishing

got a call from an automated system from the number 208-968-7802 that indicated they were having issues with a headset.

Victim Location 77573
Type of a scam Phishing

Asked if I could hear them. I did say yes then they said I won a cruise or vacation. I hung up.

Victim Location 18940
Type of a scam Phishing

Phone call asks me if I can hear them and waits for response. Then asks about a warranty that I know nothing about.

Victim Location 29073
Type of a scam Phishing

"Car insurance policy rubbing out. Say yes to speak to an agent..."

Yes

Robo-hangup.

Victim Location 63033
Type of a scam Phishing

Pre-recorded telephone call received 12:02pm on 2/13/2017. Recording stated it was about a customer service issue. Second sentence was "Can you hear me?" I remembered reading about this scam last week, so I automatically responded with "what customer service?" It was at this point that I realized it was a recording, because the next thing that I heard was, "Good!" as if I had answered "yes" in response to their question about whether I could hear them.

Victim Location 52246
Type of a scam Phishing

I received a call from someone saying I had stayed in one of their resorts (no name given). They didn't identify me, but said I qualified for a 75% off travel package with a hotel stay, free rental car and a cruise, all based in Florida.

The call transpired in this order:

Unknown number(317-527-5548) called my phone.

Pause before dialogue started, claimed it was an issue with their headset.

Launched into pitch, didn't Identify self, company or ask who I was.

Then asked "If it was okay if I transfer you to someone who will explain the details.

I said "hold up, I have a few questions"

They repeated "can I transfer you?"

I said, "is this some kind of scam"

They repeated "can I transfer you?"

Then the line went quiet for a bit and hung up.

I called back the number and was played a recording saying " the survey you were responding to is now closed, if you would like to be removed form future calls press 9"

Victim Location 57717
Type of a scam Phishing

can you hear me?

Victim Location 97124
Type of a scam Phishing

The idea of this phone scam is aimed at getting people who answer the call to say the word "yes." Once they have a recording on file of your voice saying "yes," scammers can then use it to authorize unwanted charges on bills, credit cards and more.

"You say 'yes,' it gets recorded and they say that you have agreed to something," Susan Grant, director of consumer protection for the Consumer Federation of America, told CBS News.

The caller may also ask you to press a button to be placed on the "do not call" registry, which is just a way for the crooks to find out if the number they called is active.

Victim Location 44118
Type of a scam Travel/Vacations

I answered the phone and I heard some noise and then she said "oh, are you there?" and I said yes. She said oh my headset slipped so I didn't hear you. My name is Emily and you have stayed at one of our resorts in the past and we'd like to offer you a 70% discount. I hung up on her.

Victim Location 54311
Type of a scam Phishing

It was the "Can you hear me" scam. I answered yes by reflex. He started out asking how I was and went right into the question. I had no time to even remember the scam that I did know about. I have not noticed any financial burdens as of yet. Offering travel/vacation

Victim Location 54130
Type of a scam Phishing

They started the conversation by asking "Can you here me?" And i said yes. They went on to say i had qualified for a vacation. I then hung up

Victim Location 95747
Type of a scam Travel/Vacations

This appears to be a "can you hear me" attempt looking for yes responses to be used later. Male caller said I was pre-approved for some vacation promotions. I did respond yes and then realized what was going on and hung up. My number is on the do not call registry. Call occurred 2/3/17 at 9:32 am PST.

Victim Location 90048
Type of a scam Sweepstakes/Lottery/Prizes

A recording calls and asks if you can hear them to get you to say "yes". Then tells you you won a vacation or something. I don't know the repurcussions of me saying "yes" to hearing then. I just read they take your money by twisting your yes to mean something else.

Victim Location 65251
Type of a scam Identity Theft

Said I didn't know him and I know have a phone number he used to have and he was trying to log into his account and wondering if I received a weird text? I said 'i got NOTHING' and hung up.

I have had the same number for over 15 years -- so think this is some sort of SCAM

Victim Location 70769
Type of a scam Travel/Vacations

The caller says they are with customer support. They offer a free trip to Disney World and free food vouchers. They ask you if you have a credit card. I believe they are looking for you to say the word "yes". When I inadvertently said it after I told them I was not interested, they said I didn't qualify and they hung up. It is possible they were just looking to get me to say the word "yes" to use to sign me up for a service I have not ordered.

Victim Location 79119
Type of a scam Sweepstakes/Lottery/Prizes

I was called from 718-878-6184 by an Officer Rios, telling me I had won $750,000, , did not give me a name of the place I won the money from. He wanted me to give him a credit card or debit card number so I could pay 1% (2,500.00) so the prize would be delivered to me. He gave me a password 060179132015 and I was to call J. Hernandez at 202-905-2253 give the password and provide the payment information ( card number). I called the number and told them I did not have 2,500.00 to pay, he then hung up. I believe this was a scam and will not answer if they call back.

Victim Location 43040
Type of a scam Debt Collections

Left voicemail stating to call within 24 hours with a case number they left. Clearly a scam. No company name given The voicemail box they left the message on did not identify me as the owner of the voicemail but they left my name on there anyway. How do they know it was the right number??

Victim Location 52246
Type of a scam Advance Fee Loan

I received 2 automated phone calls on September 28th, 2016. One at 1:13 PM and another at 3:46 PM. They said that I have potentially 4 or more potential charges against me based off of an error on my tax return. It then went on to tell me that I have only 24 hours to call 202-241-0604 or else police will be sent to arrest me and put me in jail for federal tax crimes. I never called the number because it was obviously a scam for a plethora of reasons. But it surely cannot be legal make up potential charges and claim a person will be arrested if they do not call a certain number and use their service.

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