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Scammers are always looking for new ways to pull one over on the average citizen, but one method continues to stand the test of time:
The Phone Scam. There are a lot of phone scams out there, including robocalls, impersonators and even text scams.Here are some ways that you can stay safe:
Try and stop it before it begins. Put your number on the FTC’s National Do Not Call Registry, download a call blocking app that recognizes spam calls, be wary of
answering unknown callers and hang up immediately on robocalls.
Be skeptical. Scammers like to pretend to be banks or government agencies to trick you, but legitimate organizations will never call, text or email you asking for your personal information.
Resist pressure to act right away. Phone scammers will try and pressure you into giving whatever they want right away, but real businesses will give you time to make a decision. Take your
time and do your research.
Talk to somebody you trust. Before you do anything, tell a friend or family member about what happened. If you think it may be legitimate, contact the organization from a website or
phone number that you know is trustworthy to verify.Americans lost nearly $30 billion to scam calls* in 2021 so it’s incredibly important to stay vigilant. When in doubt, just hang up. If you or
somebody you know were scammed or a victim of a scamming attempt, file a complaint by reporting it online to the Federal Trade Commission or by calling 877-382-4357.
* Source Truecaller Insights 2021 U.S. Spam & Scam Report