'800-633-4227' Scam

'800-633-4227' Scam Description

There are people out there who lack scruples and do not mind living off the backs of innocent people. Some con artists are very inventive and know how to hide their caller ID and instead mask it as a legitimate ID from a reputable institution like the Medicare Health Insurance Program. These fraudsters are able to disguise their phone number as the '800-633-4227' number that belongs to the healthcare institution, therefore making the tactic much more believable. The Federal Communications Commission has issued a statement on the matter informing the population that the '800-633-4227' is legitimate but is only used for receiving calls, therefore if you are being contacted by this phone number it is highly likely that you are targeted by con artists.

This tactic is threatening particularly, as the con artists are not just trying to push fake software subscription or a bogus service but would instead demand that the user provides them with very sensitive data such as their credit card details and their social security number. The con artists also may attempt to push some bogus benefits and promotions on the target. Many con artists prefer to be paid in gift cards as this covers up their tracks. The case of the '800-633-4227' scam is no different. The shady actors behind the '800-633-4227' scam require to be paid with Amazon Gift cards, iTunes Gift Cards, and other alternative methods similar to those. Legitimate businesses and institutions do not require to be paid in gift cards, so this should raise a red flag immediately.

Con artists are becoming more and more crafty, and users need to be wary of anything behavior they may consider shady (like payment in gift cards) and avoid such services at all cost.

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