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ScamBusters: Pushy Salesperson Scam

In this reported fraud, a phone call targeted a senior citizen.

The caller made promises of a raise in the senior citizenís Social Security check if she cooperated. Though vague, the caller described the purpose of the call to be related to PACE program.

The potential victim was then asked if she was a homeowner and how much was in her bank accounts.

  • If you have any doubt about the nature of the call, hang up and call your local Social Security office to confirm that they have been calling senior citizens asking for bank account information. Always verify that these callers are legitimate by checking directly with a trusted source.
  • If you refuse to answer the questions of this pushy individual, they WILL eventually give up and go away. If you give them the information that they want, you could be the next identity theft victim.
  • If in doubt, hang up!

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