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Scammers claim $1,000 from woman by claiming her Social Security number had been comrpomised

Last updated on August 3, 2019

Scammers claim $1,000 from woman by claiming her Social Security number had been comrpomised

https://www.abcactionnews.com/money/consumer/dont-waste-your-money/scammers-claim-1-000-from-woman-by-claiming-her-social-security-number-had-been-comrpomisedMany believe they would never fall for a phone scam. But one young woman just lost hundreds of dollars and wants to warn others about how easy it can be to fall victim to a scam. Mary Kulik was heading home from her job as a payroll clerk when her cell phone rang. “The caller said they were calling from the Social Security Administration office,” she said. According to Kulik, the caller told her that her Social Security card had been “suspended for reasons of suspicious activity.” The caller also told her that 32 bank accounts had been opened with her Social Security number. Scammers claim $1,000 from woman by claiming her Social Security number had been comrpomised

 

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