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Criminals playing the odds may even mention your actual bank by name and that, plus the robo-calling feature, “makes it seem more credible,” says Gary K.
King, the attorney general of New Mexico.“They reach out to thousands of people and know that someone will bite,” he says.
The scam gets its name from the fact that third-party operations are “cramming” their bogus charges onto real phone bills.
And if you do get scammed, “don’t be so embarrassed that you don’t report it,” King says.
“Scammers count on that.”The scam: Phone bill creeping upward?
The scam: Your computer screen freezes displaying an FBI warning banner: Illegal content has been detected, and the computer will remain locked until you pay the fine.
The scam is known as Ransomware, and the notifications “look very official,” says Nickolas Savage, assistant special agent in charge of the cybercrime branch of the FBI’s Washington, D.