List of phone numbers that are scams, Avoid them

You can find the list of phone numbers that are scams and used in deceptive practices below:

  1. (202) 221-7923
  2. (469) 709-7630
  3. (805) 637-7243
  4. (878)877-1402
  5. (865) 630-4266
  6. (863) 532-7969
  7. (858) 605-9622
  8. (312) 339-1227
  9. (904) 495-2559
  10. (917) 540-7996
  11. (301) 307-4601
  12. (347) 437-1689
  13. (878) 877-1402 and so on.

The above-mentioned numbers have been used in these various text, call, and email scams:

  • Fake Lottery winner scam text, email, or call
  • Scam in the name of Wells Fargo — text, email, or call
  • Fake publisher’s clearing house win text and email scam
  • Reputed companies' giveaway text or message scam
  • Failed delivery attempt text scam
  • Celebrity giveaway scam text or email
  • Scam text about bank account temporarily on hold
  • Credit or debit card frozen text or call scam
  • Fake AT&T raffle winners text, email, or call scam
  • Weight loss and delivery text, email, or scam
  • Scream 6 “Ghostface” call scam
  • Unpaid taxes scam text or call
  • Fake Dyson vacuum winner scam text, email, or call
  • Scam in the name of USPS — text, email, or call
  • Student loan forgiveness scam text, email, or call
  • Card locked scam text, email, or call
  • and so on.

These kinds of scam even go beyond to blackmail individuals by sending them text or email. So, to inform other, if you know more scam phone numbers and messages, please share in the comments below.

Aforementioned info is posted by one of our visitors named, Pooja, using our “Report A Scam” section. So, we recommend you to do further research on this topic.

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Here are some tips that might help you recognize scams on your own:

Contact Details:

Genuine sites provide verifiable contact info, including an address and phone number. Scam sites either don’t provide contact info or provide fake details. So, check the contact details on any sites or app you visit.

When you get messages, check email address, phone numbers, and website links. Be cautious if the details don't match with the claimed company in those messages. For example, the email address or website domain that don't match with the official domain of the claimed company, or the phone number unrelated to the claim company.

Too-Good-To-Be-True Discounts:

Be careful with email, text, websites, or apps offering too-good-to-be true deals or big discounts. Since, genuine ones usually don’t make such offers.

Plagiarized Content:

Check content of websites and apps. Since, scam websites or apps often steal content from others. So, if you find matching content on multiple sites or apps, it’s best to avoid them.

Website Security:

Make sure the website you visit has SSL security. Also, check trust seal logos like McAfee or Norton. Real trust seals are clickable and take you to official verification pages. However, fake ones don’t work or take you to random pages.

User Complaints:

See if there are any complaints from the users. Because, businesses having few complaints mixed with mostly good reviews suggest a decent reputation. However, if there are lots of complaints and negative reviews, be cautious.

Social Media Icons:

Scam websites might not provide any social media icons, or provide the fake ones that don’t lead to the company’s real social media pages or profiles. So, check for the social media icons.

Fake Promises:

Text, emails, websites, or apps that promise high rate of return, big money for easy work, superfast profits, or instant weight loss are often scams. So, avoid them.

Also, if you get offers like unbelievable deals, sales that sound too good to be true, surprise gift cards, prizes, or lottery wins out of nowhere, they’re usually just tricks to fool you.

WHOIS Details:

Be careful with brand-new websites. So, check website registration date using WHOIS.

Name of Other Websites:

Be cautious of scam sites that copy content; they might have other website names on their policy pages, checkout page, or at the bottom of their pages.

Also, some scam websites use different names for their website than their domain name. Furthermore, they might even use popular company names as their website name instead of their domain name. Be careful when you see this.

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