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Fake car warranty extension scam call by madarchod criminals phoning from India This is a fake car warranty extension scam by criminals robo-dialing from India, trying to steal your credit card number, Social Security number, and personal information. The scam begins with a pre-recorded robotic person speaking English that is generated using text-to-speech translation software to disguise the origin of this India scam, and the initial robotic caller usually says something like, "I am from vehicle servicing (or dealer processing) to give you one last courtesy call as our records indicate that the factory warranty coverage on your vehicle has expired, is that right? I see the vehicle here on file is actually still eligible for vehicle warranty protection. Let me get a specialist who can give you the details on the vehicle and explain your available options." The robotic phone call is then transferred to the real person with an East Indian accent that sounds like all those other India-based scammers. I can hear at least 8-10 other scammers talking behind him in a loud noisy India phone room sweatshop and I hear one of them talking about Viagra! My suspicions that this is a scam are further confirmed when this scammer then asks me what car needs an extension on its warranty coverage. I tell the scammer, "Wait a minute, your initial message said that your records show my warranty has expired and you already have my vehicle records in your files." So the initial message in this phone call is just a scripted lure to pull you further into being scammed. Phone scams victims are often the senile elderly, so instead of just immediately hanging up on scammers, which actually helps these scammers to quickly scam another victim, I love to toy with these scammers and feed them lots of nonsense to use up more of their time and energy. Here was how our conversation proceeded: Scammer: Yes, we know about your cars, but which car do you need coverage on? Me: Hmm, I have 12 cars and I think 8 of my cars all have expired warranties. You said that you already have my records, so you should know. Scammer: Yes, please tell me one of the cars that you need coverage on. Me: My 2012 Continental definitely needs warranty coverage. How much for that? Scammer: (Pauses and then replies) That will be $1100 per year for 2012 Lincoln Continental. I need your credit card number. Me: (After pausing to pretend that I am getting my card, I read him 16 random digits beginning with a "3" for a fake Diners Club card) Scammer: (Pauses as he immediately tries to charge my card) Your number does not work. Me: You are wrong. I just used my Diners Club card this morning. Scammer: Do you have Visa or Master Card? Me: Oh yes, please wait. (I pause while I continue to cut vegetables in the kitchen lol) Me: Here is my Visa card number (I say 16 random numbers beginning with a "4") Scammer: (after a pause) This number does not work. Me: You must have typed it wrong, here it is again (I say the 16 random digits slowly to drag out the phone call) Scammer: Your card does not work. Do you have another card? Me: Oh wait, did you say 2012 Lincoln Continental? My car is a 2012 Bentley Continental GT! Scammer: (after a pause where I hear him talking to someone else) That will be $4600 per year. Please give me your Visa or Master Card number. (I scam this scammer for almost an hour while I am cooking in the kitchen, along with saying several 16 random digits beginning with "5" for MasterCard, before the scammer hangs up on me lol)

January 16, 2020


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