Mobile Numbers Go Public

Mobile Numbers Go Public Scam: How It Works

(with video below) Scammers send mass e-mails, phone texts, Twitter posts, or even make telephone calls, informing that “Starting the 15th of next month, all mobile phone numbers are going public”. They also mention that the numbers will be released to telemarketing companies and “you will start to receive sales calls that you will be charged for!” How does the scam work?

Watch the video below to see how this scam exposed:

Mobile Numbers Go Public Scam Video

Of course, nobody wants that so it is no surprise that hundreds of thousands of people all over the world fall victim to this scam. The scammers ask for personal information and – in the case where they contact the victims by e-mail – provide a link to a fake Do Not Call Register service.

 

Mobile Numbers Go Public Scam: How To Avoid

Mobile phone numbers are not going public, and if they do, you won’t be told about it just like that. Media will make it public.

 

Mobile Numbers Go Public Scam: How To Report

Make your family and friends aware of this scam by sharing it on social media using the buttons provided. You can also officially report the scammers to the Federal Trade Commission using the link below:

Report Scammers To The Federal Trade Commission Here

 

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Rob Neal

Hi, I’m Rob. In France, I regularly receive calls from 0899 numbers which, when answered by the auto-answering (network) service, leave no message. I presume that these callers want me to respond to their premium rate number, or worse. It’s a pest because I have to grab for my spec’s to see the calling number, risking losing a call which I want. I can’t yet find a way to block incoming numbers on my primitive non-web-connectable but lovely, simple Nokia N 1112 type RH-93. I see from a Google search that I’m far from being the only one in France… Read more »

kailas Jadhav

pl. tell me the owner of mobile no. of 9702366482

SHANA

I would like to know if this number falls under the mobile scam 0837614252 the persons name is Mark Jones

arreerat

this scam number?+00447549382848

Maria Morales

A Indian guy called me Friday telling me that there was a warrant for my arrest concerning a 1400 dollar loan He told me if I didn’t pay 700 dollars they would come and arrest me
The phone # is 214-702-5812 from TX

Ella

I received an email from 2013 as the sender. They indicated I had a bank draft of $800,000 to be delivered by federal express services flint Michigan. Phone number 234-810-651-2203. Obviously an international number. Also mentioned South Africa.

Rinna

is this a scam number +44-75-46390669?

Erin

@Maria Morales i had the same problem. i kept calling the guy back, asking if he was going to come arrest me. i even live a block away from the police station he said was going to arrest me, put him on speakerphone with an officer, and he hung up. i calle

soni

This person called him self mosses Williams is a fraud and scamming person he have calling person regarding washing black money, i went him to be track this number +919953856952 Vodafone network from New Delhi

vanie

I received an e-mail from united nations I would be sent by federal express increments of 5000$ until I had drawn out 2.5 million dollars all a scam they have contacted me twice different names watch out check out un they don’t do that so there you go I think it was 49.$to pay for delivery and it was from south Africa

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