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Phone Scammers Using Big Tech as Lures

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Victims of robocall scams, commonly know as “vishing,” can put you in danger of losing your identity, your money, and any other private information a criminal can get. So, what to do when the caller claims to be from a trusted business and has a legitimate reason to call?

These vishing actors are upping their game exploiting the likes of Apple, Amazon, Google, and other trusted tech companies telling a user there’s an issue with their account that needs immediate action. Using popular big tech names adds credibility to the call, especially if the person answering the phone has an account with the tech company.

Learn more about these scammers who are out to gain your trust and putting you in danger of losing your identity, your money, and any other private information a criminal can get via the SoS Daily News.

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