|Re: Caller ID Scammers Plan to do a Number on You|
|Rick Merrill (rick0.merrill@NOSPAM.gmail.com)|
Sat, 15 Jul 2006 10:09:59 -0400
> In message <email@example.com> Rick Merrill
>> Even the old advice not to give out info unless you placed the call is
> Not at all, you just need to call a known-good number. You don't just
That is true. What I wanted to point out is that 'human engineered'
Using the number on the back of your bank card is a good way to direct
> Some mistakes are too fun to make only once.
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