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Top Scam Calls Impersonating Brands
Are fraudsters trying to scam your customers by impersonating your brand over the phone? Listen to audio of actual telephone scams exploiting popular brands like yours.
Identity theft Scam Call
Actual Audio of Robocall Identity Theft Scam Exploiting the Chase Brand Captured by YouMail Inc.
The Chase Bank Identity Theft scam is set up to take users personal information. The scam impersonates a security message from Chase Bank. It informs the user that there has been fraudulent activity on their debit card account. The user is prompted to press a number to speak to an Chase Bank representative.
Actual scam call audio impersonating brands captured by YouMail Inc:
Actual branded scam call conversations captured by YouMail customers:
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What are scam calls:
Scam calls are phone calls made by telephone scammers who try to steal money or personal information. Scam calls can come phone calls with real people on the line, robocalls or text messages. Callers often impersonate brands and make false claims about past due payments, opportunities, or product trials. Though the pitch is different, the thread is common – these scams are working hard to take advantage of your finances and identity.
What is identity spoofing?
Identity spoofing occurs when a scammer impersonates the identity of another person or brand to commit fraud. It is common for malicious actors to imitate a brand when call spoofing. (They will, for example, say that they are a customer representative from that firm.) This helps gain the customer’s trust and can create a believable context so that the customer will give out sensitive information.
Why do fraudsters want to impersonate your brand?
Scam artists who use voice lines to execute fraud want to gain trust as quickly as possible. When bad actors are making calls to potential victims, the goal is typically to take financial advantage of the victim. However, victims are much less likely to fall for a scam if they are distrusting of the voice on the other end.
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