Alliance Bank in Sulphur Springs

What Does A Scammer Call Sound Like?

July 3, 2024 – Scammers contacting seniors is a constant threat. Millions of dollar are lost to these individuals each year.

But what do they sound like over the phone?

We have recorded a conversation with a scammer, and have provided the audio. Please take a moment to listen to this call with anyone who might fall victim to this type of theft.

The first portion is the ‘cold caller’ setting up the victim for the more experienced ‘Steve the floor supervisor’. There are several red flags that confirm this is a scam call.

  • The phone number they called is on the do-not-call list.
  • Criminals don’t bother following the rules.
  • They refer to me using one of many fake names I have given to other scammers.
  • Scammers share information, and run multiple scams from the same site.
  • The caller ID says their phone number is from Sulphur Springs, TX.
  • When questioned about the product or service they lie, give ambiguous information or no information at all. All they care about is your bank or credit card information.
  • No legitimate company information was provided.

Author: KSST Webmaster

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