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as I know, a spam message, but have received unauthorized charge of $39.90 on my credit card for several months by this company. It appears on my cc statement as scrhugcom 8889835075CT. I called the company's customer service at (833) 552-0869 (from their website) and spoke with a woman who told me that other than someone trying to steal my identity, the only other way to have signed up for this monthly subscription was me signing up "by accident". She then "reviewed" my file and asked me for my home address and email address, which I negligently provided, and lo and behold, those were the home address and my email address used to sign up for their subscription, which she said, showed it wasn't someone fraudulently using my information to sign up for their subscription. I told her that I have excellent credit and have absolutely no need for their service and never would have "accidentally" signed up, and asked that all of my monthly unauthorized subscription charges be credited to my credit card. She then told me that she couldn't credit all such charges because it appeared that there was no fraud by anyone trying to sign-up using my identity and that I must have done so by accident, whereupon she tried to offer me their "service" for $5.00/month. In any event, I "cancelled" the subscription and she submitted a "refu

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Notice of Class Action Settlement re Google Plus – Your Rights May Be Affected

Offers $12 compensation if you had an account with Google Plus! Sounds like a scam to grab your personal info.

The bogus website link is www.GooglePlusDataLitigation.com

How much will I receive from the Settlement?

The Plan of Allocation provides for Settlement Payments to Claimants as follows: The Net Settlement Fund shall be allocated to Claimants on a pro rata basis up to an initial maximum distribution of US$5.00 per Claimant. If there are insufficient funds to pay claimants $5.00 based on the number of claimants, the payment to each claimant will be reduced pro ratably. If sufficient funds remain after calculation of the aggregate initial maximum distribution of US$5.00 per Claimant, the allocation shall be recalculated on a pro rata basis up to a maximum distribution of up to US$12.00 per Claimant. For clarity, the maximum Settlement Payment to be made to any single Claimant shall not exceed US$12.00.
How do I get out of the Settlement?

If you do not want to be part of the Settlement, you must submit an Opt-Out Form no later than October 8, 2020. You may obtain the Opt-Out Form at www.GooglePlusDataLitigation.com. Your completed Opt-Out Form may be submitted via e-mail to [email protected], or via postal mail to the following address: Google Plus Data Litigation, Attn: Opt-Out Requests, P.O. Box 58220, Philadelphia, PA, 19102. If you opt-out of the Settlement, you will not be bound by the Settlement Agreement, you will not receive a Settlement Payment, and you will not be allowed to object to the Settlement.

Balintoy about Malaysia Travel Anniversary Prize scam

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2nd prize $200000AUD. Apparently received in error. Claim to make exception with approval from sponsor who is http://www.amandaaidenholdings.com/english_version/index.html
Just have to transfer $4K to allow transfer of funds if you sign NDA. Kenny Lim [email protected] travelling, bunch of crooks.

I got this fraud, fake, scam email supposedly from YAHOO! Bad grammar. Bad spelling! Total scam!

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Rmax about Global Sweepstakes International

Call saysing you won Global Sweepstakes International. A million dollards could be yours.. you need to call them to process the claim! WOW! that's fraud..

RandP about Technical Department of Telstra

0890387451 - "Telstra" calling. Foreign accented woman. Says "Your internet service has been hacked. I will connect you to the support team" I kept the phone on the table and went for a stroll.

BrianF about info.redbull7 @ gmail.com

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Ash about 0280058286

Asian scammer said he is calling from the Australian Tax Office. He said I need to pay some back taxes. I told him to send a letter so that I can take it to my tax advisor. He hung up!

LarryP about ANZ CREDIT CARD ALERT

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Faith about FACEBK

I have noticed 2 recent transactions on my credit card without authorization. Looks like Facebook Ad charges? But I don’t advertise on FB.

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FCC's stand on unwanted text messages

It’s illegal to send unsolicited commercial email messages to wireless devices. The messages may promise free gifts or cheap services. Scam artists posing as Govt agencies could send messages threatening action unless money is paid. Spam texts can contain phishing links designed to steal personal info or may infect user's phone.

2017-11-19 00:55:13

Millions lost each year - Canadian Anti-Fraud Centre

According to the Canadian Anti-Fraud Centre, citizens lose millions of dollars, each year, by responding fraudulent text messages. Scammers use deceptive text messages to lure consumers into providing personal or financial information

2017-11-18 22:40:22

In Australia, ACMA handles actions on spam SMS messages

Report spam SMS to ACMA by forwarding to 0429 999 888. If you have a grievance about a specific SMS message, submit a complaint to the ACMA or contact the ACMA on 1300 855 180.

2017-11-18 22:27:50

Stopping Spam SMS Messages - UK

Organizations must only send marketing text messages to individuals, if they have agreed to receive them, except where there is a clearly defined customer relationship. Forward spam SMS messages to 7726 for the network operator to act.

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Spam texts (SMS Messages) are sent by computers, bots or apps programmed to spit out hundreds of messages every minute. Scammers expect only a very small percentage of recipients to respond. To increase the chance of successful hits, scammers flood mobile phone networks with millions of messages. Their ultimate aim is financial gain by defrauding unwary recipients who respond assuming that the spam text message they received is legit. Report at Myrmillo.com.

It's important for you to be aware of various types of SMS scams and hence be guarded.

Lottery / Sweepstakes Spam Texts

The fraud business of making money by sending spam SMS commenced with "lottery winner" scam! It's wide spread across the globe. Unwary recipients are amazed to hear they have been "randomly" selected to win a large prize. Scammers use names of well known corporations including Coca Cola, Pepsi, Apple, Microsoft to make the text appear legit. Report at Myrmillo.com.

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Text message disguised to make it appear as if sent by your bank or your credit card service provider could make the recipient call back or click a phishing link, all designed to steal account credentials. Deceived users panic when they are alerted by unauthorized debits. Report at Myrmillo.com.

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Fake debt collectors and bogus law firms, send out messages about unpaid debts. Same message is sent to thousands of people, at the same time! Someone who may have defaulted on a loan could get scammed into believing that the message, is in fact, from his creditor and end up paying money which does nothing, to reduce his debt. Report at Myrmillo.com.

IRS, HMRC Tax Demand Scam

In US, Canada and the UK, messages demanding tax payments are a major source of fraud. The messages are largely sent out by scam operators in foreign countries who have local agents to collect "tax" from panicking tax payers. Once a tax payer reverts, the fake tax agents threaten arrest & to freeze bank accounts. Report at Myrmillo.com.

Free Grant Money Spam Texts

Like tax fraud, grant money texts also originate largely from foreign shores. Scammers assures victims that they were selected by the Government due to their clean criminal record and for not being bankrupt!! You would wonder how anyone could fall for such stupid scam! But according to the FTC, every year, citizens collectively lose millions of dollars, in this scam. Report at Myrmillo.com.

Unauthorized Charges

People complain of receiving sudden alerts from their banks or credit card providers about debit of money (usually in small denominations, under $100) which they had not spent or authorized. The unauthorized charges are often result of a preceding phishing scam where the user would have unknowingly shared his banking info with scammers. Report at Myrmillo.com.

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