Phone Number: 202-998-7971
Date of this Report: June 09, 2021
Phone Line Type: VOIP
Phone Company: ONVOY
Phone Location: DC,
TextNow: After a HUGE promo build-up of the International Fraud Detection Bureau, you will be instructed to leave a message for Lillian Florez.
Lillian called me back then she put me on hold so that she could check her records. She said it's about my sending money to Nigeria. Lillian said that she will check her records again and call me.
Lillian left me the following message, "I'm sorry Sir I was not able to find your file or your number I will need to know when is that you receive my call to be able to look your information. Thank you."
From a findwhocallsyou posting: This number called me saying they were the International Fraud Detection Bureau and said I was under investigation and would be arrested. They offered a service to prevent it.
This number called my boyfriend in Florida and said they were the FBI
SSA scams are government-impersonation scams. Listen here to hear what an SSA scam sounds like. Similar to the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) scams of old, this involves a scammer stating that you are under investigation or you have an arrest warrant issued due to illegal activity conducted by someone else who was using your own identity. No matter the agency being impersonated, all scripts to these scams end with the scammer trying to get the victim to buy lots of gift cards and reading out the gift card serial numbers so the scammer can withdraw the money without being traced.
How to bait it
Demand to know why you were called by them. Insist on not giving a full Social Security number but a partial, or use a very long name and spell it out to the scammer slowly at the beginning of the call.
SSA scammers have grown to become very large scam shops in India with several thousand individuals working this type of scam any given week. Many computer refund scammers switch back and forth to SSA scams to break up monotony or to avoid attention of Indian authorities.
Nearly all SSA scams originate in India with a few minor call centers doing this in the Phillippines and Pakistan.
Both a Canadian and a UK version of this scam exists with the scammers pretending to be SIN-based scams and HMRC, respectively, following the identical script to the US version with only minor adjustments to the culture/region being targeted with the scam.
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Vouching for this number and publishing it.
International fraud detection bureau?
Isn't it great that there is an International Fraud Detection Bureau to help us in our efforts? Outstanding!!!