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Phone number: 1-657-667-8157

657-667-8157

Area Code 657; Area: Long Beach, CA

1-657-667-8157 SUMMARY

The telephone number 657-667-8157 was being searched 2070 times. The last time it was checked was 01/19/2021 . 24 comments were added to this telephone number . Other ways of searching this number are: 6576678157 , 1-657-667-8157 . Prefix 657 is the area code of Long Beach, CA .

So far 12 users have classified this telephone number as Scam suspicion , 5 users have classified this telephone number as Unknown , 2 users have classified this telephone number as Students loan scam , 1 users have classified this telephone number as SSN scam .


COMMENTS FOR 1-657-667-8157 :

21 Sep 2020

Robocall. Pings your voicemail and leaves a prerecorded message "Hi there this is Adam. I'm following up on a letter..." Delete the voicemail and block the number. DO NOT RETURN THE CALL.

Category: Scam suspicion

02 Sep 2020

Same here! Phone didn’t ring. Didn’t say what type of letter was mailed!

Category: Unknown

02 Sep 2020

Left message same as above but did not name what company he was calling from which is inappropriate and makes it a threatening call. The call seems to be meant to frighten the person being call and I consider it intimidating because a company is not identified. It causes you to search your mind to try and remember any communication via a letter you may not have received . . All companies who are viable must identify themselves on a call .

Category: Unknown

01 Sep 2020

Phone did not ring, but received the same message as others: Hi there this is Adam I'm following up on the letter we had sent you last month it's important that we connect today can you give me a quick call back my direct line is 657-667-8157 from helping another client give any other agent hear your phone number and they can help if you could call me back now that would be great again call me back at 657-667-8157 while I have your info up here on my screen thank you so much talk to you soon." Number that shows up on my visual voicemail (not missed calls, because phone didn't ring) is 900-999-9999.

Category: Scam suspicion

31 Jul 2020

different names with the same message attached to the vm.

Category: Scam suspicion

30 Jul 2020

“Adam” left me a voicemail, reading from the same script as others have reported. SCAM

Category: Unknown

27 Jul 2020

I received a call from an Erica who appears to be reading a similar script as Adam. Not sure if exactly like this but something similar. “Hi there this is Erica I'm following up on the letter we had sent yesterday it's important that we connect today. If you can you give me a quick call back at my direct line which is 657-667-8157 that would be great. You can get help from any other agent that answers the phone if I am not available.”

Category: Scam suspicion

27 Jul 2020

Total scam "This is Adam. Following up on a letter we sent you. It's important that we connect today." Same no-ring/immediate hang up that everyone else is describing.

Category: Scam suspicion

20 Jul 2020

I never even heard the phone ring and it was right in front of me. The guy did not leave his name and did not say mine. The script is the same thing I'm reading in other comments about a letter and calling me beck now because he has my info up on his screen. Has to be a scam!

Category: Scam suspicion

20 Jul 2020

I never even heard the phone ring and it was right in front of me. The guy did not leave his name and did not say mine. The script is the same thing I'm reading in other comments about a letter and calling me beck now because he has my info up on his screen. Has to be a scam!

Category: Scam suspicion

16 Jul 2020

This creep calls and hangs up before you can answer, and leaves a voicemail about “following up on the letter I sent you.” A bunch of crap. Do not trust.

Category: Scam suspicion

15 Jul 2020

funny Adam never once said my name " while he had my info up on his screen"

Category: Unknown

14 Jul 2020

Same as others

Category: Students loan scam

14 Jul 2020

“Hi there this is Adam I'm following up on the letter we had sent you last month it's important that we connect today can you give me a quick call back my direct line is 657-667-8157 from helping another client give any other agent hear your phone number and they can help if you could call me back now that would be great again call me back at 657-667-8157 while I have your info up here on my screen thank you so much talk to you soon…” No thanks Adam. And no, I didn't get the letter that you never sent.

Category: Scam suspicion

13 Jul 2020

Same as others have stated. Grateful for this online site as will not call them. Gave name as Adam and to call back ASAP about letter sent, unknown to me and to call while he has screen up

Category: Students loan scam

13 Jul 2020

the person calls himself Adam, stated he sent a letter a few weeks ago did I read and would you please call back at this number 657-667-8157. No mention of Company name that is works for or what the letter was about.

Category: Scam suspicion

09 Jul 2020

Pretty sure this is a scam, they don’t state your name in the call and they don’t even specify what letter they sent or what company they work for. The person on the phone calls himself Adam.

Category: Unknown

09 Jul 2020

scam

Category: Scam suspicion

08 Jul 2020

Adam stating that he sent me a letter. The voice did NOT state my own name as the recipient. Almost every letter I otherwise get is a store shopper paper or bill. This is likely a scam.

Category: Scam suspicion

30 Jun 2020

Adam say he has your in when i ask he didi not know is scam

Category: SSN scam

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What is Social Security Number Scam (SSN 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 about SSN Scam:

  • 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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  • They want you to invest in something

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