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408-484-7998
Area Code 408; Area: San Jose, CA
The telephone number 408-484-7998 was being searched 69 times. The last time it was checked was 9/29/2020 4:21:37 AM . 7 comments were added to this telephone number . Other ways of searching this number are: 4084847998 , 1-408-484-7998 . Prefix 408 is the area code of San Jose, CA . So far 2 users have classified this telephone number as Silent call , 3 users have classified this telephone number as Scam suspicion , 1 users have classified this telephone number as SSN scam , 1 users have classified this telephone number as Unknown .

COMMENTS:

27 Sep 2020

Scam

Category: Silent call

23 Sep 2020

Scammer

Category: Scam suspicion

22 Sep 2020

Scam

Category: SSN scam

18 Sep 2020

Scam caller

Category: Silent call

16 Sep 2020

Scam caller

Category: Scam suspicion

11 Sep 2020

Scammer

Category: Scam suspicion

09 Sep 2020

When an unknown number like the one 4084847998 is calling I never answer. I don't like telemarketers. If it was something important they would leave a voice message. But they didn't. I think it is another telephone ad.

Category: Unknown

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Social Security Number Scam

Nearly all of your financial and medical records are connected to your Social Security number, which is why data thieves are constantly trying to nab it for use in fraud schemes or for selling it illicitly. Robocall scammers use spoofing to deliberately falsify the caller ID that appears on your phone, disguising their identities in attempts to steal your Social Security number and other valuable personal information. Often the scammers spoof a Social Security Administration phone number so you'll think it's the agency calling. The SSA recently posted a warning about this scam on its blog. Here's what to know:

Here's what to know:

  • SSA will never call to threaten your benefits or tell you to wire money, send cash, or put money on gift cards. Anyone who tells you to do those things is a scammer. Every time.
  • Your Social Security number is not about to be suspended. You don�t have to verify your number to anyone who calls out of the blue. And your bank accounts are not about to be seized.
  • The real SSA number is 1-800-772-1213, but scammers are putting that number in the caller ID. If you�re worried about what the caller says, hang up and call 1-800-772-1213 to speak to the real SSA. Even if the wait time is long, confirm with the real SSA before responding to one of these calls.
  • Never give any part of your Social Security number to anyone who contacts you. Or your bank account or credit card number.

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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

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