|Re: Identity Theft, Net Scams Rose in '04-FTC|
3 Feb 2005 04:41:32 -0800
The folowing might have to do with your article. I got an e-mail from|
someone claiming to have received my entry to a contest, they gave me
a toll free number; 866-677-4100. The reason given was they needed to
discuss tax issues on my prize that I had one. To me that sounds like
they either want a credit card number or my Social Security number.
Either way ,they will not get that from me.
I think all the readers to the Digest should call the above number and
I fowarded a copy to the FTC, don't hold much hope to them doing much.
(c)The only good spammer is a dead one!!
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