The telephone number 201-917-0521 was being searched 94 times. The last time it was checked was 7/4/2020 6:12:19 AM . 3 comments were added to this telephone number . Other ways of searching this number are: 2019170521 , 1-201-917-0521 . Prefix 201 is the area code of Newark, NJ . So far 2 users have classified this telephone number as Scam suspicion , 1 users have classified this telephone number as Unknown .
22 Feb 2020
They scam you and take all your information and give you fake confirmation numbers. Not a good sign do not answer. Fake Walmart gift card.
Category: Scam suspicion
26 Dec 2019
Want name, credit card number, will send wallmart gift card, must have confirmation number. TMI of value!
Category: Scam suspicion
17 Dec 2019
Never a good sign when someone calls but leaves no message; sorry, but the only way to reach me when I don't recognize number is to leave a voice message. They called me today early morning 12/17/2019
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A few signs that may indicate telephone fraud
- They want you to invest in something
- They want your credit card data
- Caller trying to get you to buy something over the phone will offer a bonus or free gift if you purchase what they are selling right away
- The caller says you have been selected to receive a grant for something from the government, but you need to pay a processing fee
- The caller may say you have won a free vacation or some other prize, but there is a shipping or handling fee, so they need your credit card information to send it to you
- If you get a call from someone selling tickets to a big-prize lottery from another country
- If you miss a call from an unfamiliar number and it only rang once, do not call back out of curiosity. It can redirects you to a pay-per-minute number that plays a fake recorded message
- They offer to fix your computer
- They are collecting for a charity you have never heard of. Fake charities will insist on your credit card number.
- They want your personal information
- They are collecting a debt which you do not remember incurring