202-399-0135

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District Of Columbia United States
Area Code 202
City Washington
State District of Columbia
Company Verizon Washington, Dc Inc.
Type Landline

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  1. Jamal says:

    Telemarketing home security

  2. Arnold says:

    Hi all.  This a scam number.  This is the new game from the Nigerian scammers.  Your info is pulled from websites that are either fake or have been hacked by a virus from your computer (key loggers).   They range from a simple they have your name, to a frightening they have your name, SSN, home address, bank name with acct numbers, and they will call you at work as well as calling your relatives trying to scare them too.  This happened to my wife about 10 days ago and she panicked.  The police and Wells Fargo told her about the scam, and we were stunned that they have access to this info.  These people don\'t live in some mud hut in the desert, sorry for the stereotype, but the large money operations have very good, very modern, computer operations.  Typical ruse happens like this.  They call you and you don\'t answer.  Phone i.d. tells you it is either 951-263-2529 (Steven Wright with ACLS) or maybe 209-790-3768 (Stevens Law Firm).  THESE ARE THE #\'S THAT CALLED MY WIFE.  There are many more numbers though.  You call back and you now think you are talking to a law firm, and there must be a problem.  You are told the loan, or unpaid taxes, or whatever, are being handled by them, and the fines and fees, as well as the lawsuit filed against your SSN (which cannot happen) will cost you $8,000 for example.  You checked out the phone number before you called back and see that it is in California, so when they tell you that you have to be at the \"courthouse in Los Angeles Room 117 at 11:30 am tomorrow morning or you will be arrested\" is plausible.  You are told that you will be sent to jail, lose your job, home and who knows what else.  You really panic now because you live in, say Naperville, Illinois.  The mind reels, you start thinking it\'s 3 pm and I have to be in Los Angeles tomorrow morning.  How do I pull that off???  **But if I don\'t I will lose my job, house and will go to jail.  Now you really really panic!**  By the way the guy you have been talking to has grown threatening.  Then he has a solution... just pay him and the lawsuit will be canceled.  This is stupid I know, but your world has been turned upside down in about 5 minutes.  $8,000 will hurt, but at least I won\'t go to jail.  Now your attention focuses on getting them the money in the next 3 hours because they are closing for the day.  If you don’t kiss your life goodbye.  You move heaven and earth to complete this task and are assured that he will call you in the morning with the confirmation number and receipt information.  It doesn’t dawn on you until later that the firm only accepted Western Union, but whatever, you are safe, still have a job and house.  Of course you never get the call from them and panic the next day too, and maybe for the next couple of days.  You make a few phone calls, and get the ”I have no idea what you are talking about “ from the bank and the IRS.  And then it dawns on you... Thankfully we called the police first, and they told us to call the bank next.  This is very common, but not talked about because it is embarrassing.  This works because any story can be substituted within the same framework.  The police told us that they had a call 3 days earlier from a terrified 73 year old lady that was going to lose her house!!!  They will prey on anyone.  There are things to try if you are bold.  First, always use *67 or the equivalent to hide your number.  Call the above numbers or others if you hear of them.  Do not give them any personal info.  DO NOT give them a random series of numbers when they ask for your SSN.  You could hurt someone else, or get in a lot of trouble.  â€śI’m not going to give you that over the phone” will suffice.  We know the game and it’s our turn remember.  They are desperate to get your money so they will try different ways.  Also we were told by the police that these numbers that are calling from California are actually phone banks based in California using VoIP.  The officer would only say there is a lawsuit from the Justice Department that has been filed in connection with Magic Jack.  That’s it in a nutshell.  Sorry for the length, but if this helps someone it’s worth it.

  3. Alden says:

    i got a call really late at night, and i live in washington. i called back and it said that the mailbox was full....but it did have a name. something in a horrifying voice that i couldnt make out. i never enter my number in anything unless im purchasing something.

  4. Clayton says:

    I applied for a job posting on craigslist houston and received a reply from Terry Long of Mailstoday.com...\"Terry\'s\" reply used the same wording that appears in the replies that others have posted here....It is an obvious scam to be avoided...Don\'t know if they steal your personal info if you fall for their \"free credit report\" link, or if they get paid to send people to that link...Either way, the only job it\'s about is a screw job....

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