The scam involves an automated call that asks “Can you hear me” and when the person receiving the call indicates “yes,” the response is recorded and used to authorize unwanted charges on your phone bill through cramming or other accounts.
Never respond with an affirmative declaration, such as “yes” to any automated call or telemarketer.
If you want to avoid such telemarketing calls, you can do so by going to www.donotcall.gov/, and enroll in the Do-Not-Call List
Are you getting “Robocalls” on your cell phone? Robocalls are phone calls with prerecorded messages. To can avoid robocalls by enrolling in nomorobo, which cuts off robocalls after one ring. You can enroll at www.nomorobo.com/
To read the entire article on Steve Weisman’s Spamacide site, CLICK HERE
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