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(209) 225-2047 is a Scam Call

Alternately: +12092252047

Reported Name:

Credit Card Scam

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Last Call

January 8, 2020

Total Calls


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105 user reports


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4 user reports for (209) 225-2047

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December 19, 2019

Caller Name: Fake fundraising scam asking for donations that they keep for themselves.

This is a fake charity fundraising scam! 99% of these unsolicited phone calls from charity fundraisers that pretend to raise money for veterans, police, firefighters, breast cancer, autism, and other seemingly worthy causes are ALL SCAMS!! If you want to donate to these causes, do your own research, research the Charity Navigator website, and you will find reputable charities that actually donate most of the collected money to the actual cause that they represent. All these other fake fundraising scams keep all of the collected money for themselves, some of these fake fundraisers purposely overcharge your credit card by thousands of dollars and then disappear, and they all really ruin the trust that people have for the reputable charities. Most of these fake fundraising scammers use automated interactive voice response (IVR) software that sounds human but a bit stiff and robotic, and you are initially talking to a software-based robot who asks you some questions before transferring you to a real human who steals your credit card number. The robot caller usually begins the call by asking "Hi, is the head of the household there?" or "Hi, is (your name) there?" to try to gain your trust. It is easy to set up IVR robo-dialing to automatically match the name that the robot asks for on the phone call to the name that is associated with phone numbers and addresses on phone marketing database CDs that anyone can purchase. Many of the thousands of India phone scammers also use these same phone databases and they sometimes ask for you by name to try to gain your trust. Nowadays, NEVER trust any unsolicited caller who supposedly represents a charity, a US/Canadian pharmacy, a computer support person saying your computer has a virus, or a fake robotic recording of a Social Security or IRS officer saying you have unpaid back taxes. They all use fake Caller ID or VoIP phone numbers that they change every day. Legitimate businesses never use hundreds of area codes and tens of thousands of fake Caller ID phone numbers where you cannot call them back. They are all FAKE and they all try to steal your credit card information to charge thousands of dollars or they ask for your bank and personal identity information. Anyone, including you, can use telecom software or a third-party service to phone with fake Caller ID numbers. It is really very simple and easy to avoid phone and email scams. Sometimes I love to play with these scammers by pretending to be a gullible target and stringing them along on the phone call for 30 or 60 minutes so I can at least waste their time and prevent them from scamming someone else while I cook and eat and toy with them.


December 4, 2019

Donation Request

Same guy keeps calling me stating he works for fire department or something and is seeking donations. The second I tell him to please stop calling me he hangs up before I can continue. I work nights and sleep during the day. This jerk keeps waking me up with his calls and won't stop.

November 28, 2019

Donation Request
Caller Name: Law enforcement charity

The man asked if he sent me an envelope for a donation to our law-enforcement would I pledge to a donation of course I wilI pledged $20 he told me he would send an envelope , transferred me over to a woman who then proceeded to tell me how I was gonna pay with ,visa MasterCard debit or credit card no no no send me the envelope ,of course I got the long story of how trustworthy they were, I almost fell for it I gave her my last name but then she wanted the correct spelling of my first name and then I Asked what do you have on your screen for my name and that’s where the conversation went left very very pushy you could tell right away it was a scam.. I’m very good at this I know better I don’t know why I was weak tonight🤷🏻‍♀️

November 23, 2019



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