Santa Clara Police Issue Notice on Agent Impersonation Phone He cons

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Individuals who have called the impersonator back have been asked for personal identification information, such as name, date of birth, social security number, credit card numbers and bank account information. Never give out personal information over the phone to callers. If you have been a victim to such a scam, please file an online Police Report at www.SCPD.org Click here for more information.

Residents in Santa Clara, California, have been alerted of a phone scam in which a caller poses as one of the department’s lieutenants. According to police, this is a hoax. Recipients of these calls claim that a male voice asks them to phone the lieutenant back and provide a case number and contact information. If you get a call or voicemail that sounds similar, end the call right once or delete the message.

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