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Insurance robo
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DentistsNewman

2/18/19 12:47 PM

Spam text
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AuthorityMonth

2/18/19 12:38 PM

Insurance scam
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A YouMail subscriber

2/18/19 12:34 PM

I got the exact Sam call. This is carol Richardson and the exact same reference number! It’s a scam. Don’t fall for it.
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Shelly

2/18/19 12:32 PM

Looking for men
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A YouMail subscriber

2/18/19 12:30 PM

Notice from the IRS. This message is to inform you that IRS is filing a legal lawsuit under your name and tax ID for the tax fraud the investigation team. Our department is investigating you and your family. We have tried to notify you regarding this issue in previous six months but we never got any response from you. So it has been considered as an intentional fraud and lawsuit has been filed under your name by the United States Government. You may call our department number is 786-565-0553. I repeat it's 786-565-0553 for more information before we download your case into the court house. Thank you. SPAM CALLER
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Pat

2/18/19 12:30 PM

Scammer
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FamousShine

2/18/19 12:25 PM

Spoofer scammer scum bags.
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FamousShine

2/18/19 12:24 PM

Spoofer scammer scum
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FamousShine

2/18/19 12:23 PM

They called about a card that has been closed for a few weeks. That was my first red flag. Then they asked that I provide the last 4 digits of my social security number, so I hung up and called my credit union fraud prevention services. They confirmed that they had NOT called me and to NEVER give out personal details on am incoming call but to only call the number on the back of the card. So, either the scammers are able to spoof the number, which is very easy for people to do, OR the people on here who say it's legit are part of the scam.
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Kristy

2/18/19 12:21 PM

New Jersey Water
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MassageOutput

2/18/19 12:15 PM

A woman that says her name is Sarah calls from multiple different number all day long, saying she is calling about working from home for Amazon making $27/hr and tells you to go to a website. Complete Scam!! Other numbers she calls from are (502)702-8260 and (606)288-1752
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Lyndsay

2/18/19 12:15 PM

Don' t know this number
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A YouMail subscriber

2/18/19 12:13 PM

A woman that says her name is Sarah calls from multiple different number all day long, saying she is calling about working from home for Amazon making $27/hr and tells you to go to a website. Complete Scam!!
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Lyndsay

2/18/19 12:12 PM

A woman that says her name is Sarah calls from multiple different number all day long, saying she is calling about working from home for Amazon making $27/hr and tells you to go to a website. Complete Scam!!
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Lyndsay

2/18/19 12:12 PM

Calls daily about someone I NEVER knew. This is a billsh!t collection agency that keeps calling about someone who have my phone number on an application. I have had this number for 25 years.
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Angry

2/18/19 12:10 PM

Spam
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A YouMail subscriber

2/18/19 12:09 PM

Health Insurance
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A YouMail subscriber

2/18/19 12:08 PM

Just another fantastic feature with this app. They have apparently configured their database to not just cross-reference millions of inbound callers as a scam, but also checks who the scammer is asking for, checks their members name and any authorized names associated with that member to determine that call as a scam! I will never let go of this type of protection again. Being a victim of Identity Fraud two times now, I have become far too familiar firsthand as to how many variables go into establishing ones' true identity in order to hijack and use it, not to mention the lengthy fight on all fronts to regain and re-establish oneself as they once were.
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Sandra

2/18/19 12:07 PM

Scam EMS
Your PMS responders deserves our support. Press one for yes press two for now. Thanks for your time have a great night.
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A YouMail subscriber

2/18/19 12:06 PM

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