Robot call scams coming to Chinese never stop
Source: admin Release Time: 00:41:13 2018-12-01
The robot call scam case coming to China is spreading in the US! A headache for the US police! The scammers drowned the United States with Chinese robocalls, causing severe headaches from the coast to the coast.These new robocalls are very similar to those you have already got on your phone during the day and night: your phone rings, you pick up, a short pause or a quiet beep or hum, pre-recorded The sound information meets your ears. Recordings usually sound like a young woman and usually pass information that lowers credit card rates or buys cheap health insurance. The new Chinese version of these phones is for immigrants. Robocalls provided a recorded message claiming to be from the Chinese consulate, saying that the recipient had trouble with Chinese officials, or that the Chinese consulate was waiting for the package to be received. In China, the total in New York said it has posted dozens of alerts about fraud on its website. "We would like to reiterate that the Consulate General of New York will not ask for personal information, provide a notice of parcel delivery or ask people to answer the police's inquiries by telephone. The Consulate will not ask for bank account information," it warned. Scammers are also using a technology trick called "spoofing" to increase their stakes. Deceptive calls can fake caller ID numbers, making them look like familiar numbers, nearby area codes, your hometown, or in this case, the Chinese, according to the Federal Communications Commission, the consulate also issued an alert. So, even if you don't speak Chinese, why do you receive so many calls? Scammers don't know who they call, there is almost no cost to call, so if they send thousands of English-speaking calls to every Chinese who said they are completely okay.