Signs of a Scam

Often, scammers that operate on the phone don’t give their victim time to think about their terrain or area of play all they want is for the victim to say “yes”. But some can be so crafty and sly that they go as far as giving you information about their company online and may even direct you to the website and send you information featuring “contented  customers” to make you that the company truly exists.

Here are some warning signs to help you spot telemarketing scams. If you come across these lines, all you do is to say “no, thank you”, hang up and call the Federal Trade Commission.

Points to sport scammers include:

  • You've been specially selected (for this offer). 
  • You'll get a free bonus if you buy our product. 
  • You've earned one of five treasured prizes. 
  • You've won big money in a foreign lottery. 
  • Investing in our company  is of low risk and offers a higher return than you will be given elsewhere.
  • You need to decide right away.
  • You just have to trust me.
  • You don't need to ask for details of our from anyone.
  • We'll just get the handling charges and shipping on your credit card.

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