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It’s an NHS dentist, so unless we have millions of deaths I expect the practice will continue to exist and receive funding as before. I can’t recall an instance of Dear $CUSTOMER sent to me personally. If it has happened it must have been very long ago. Then, a couple of weeks ago, I attempted to get eBay to actually transfer my fee credit to my bank account. EBay responded with, “We would really love to help you out with this. but due to COVID-19 we can’t.”
Outside of non-specific marketing and upsell calls, any call I get out of the blue can only be a scam. If your bank every does that to you, close your accounts and switch banks. Companies are not supposed to call people up and tell them your last 4 SSN digits, let alone the entire thing. If two friends both had that policy, it’d be a standoff. If it is implemented that way there’s no way to tell from the user side.
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I figure if it comes up on somewhere on their website its legit, if not I won’t trust it. A very nice banker there tried to call them for me, spent 20 minutes on hold and being transferred around. They were able to confirm the call was real, and what it was about. But the final conclusion was, there was no possible way to reach the person in this fraud department, they had to call me. We arranged a 1 hour window where they would call me and I’d be sure to answer the phone. I discovered it is a real hassle to change a business operating account number.
I get why – many people have no idea about any of this stuff, and if CS don’t cut corners they never get to serve anyone. Many, many people I know can’t recall any passwords, and reset them every single time they need them. 2) Because caller-id is an ‘add on’ that has no relationship to the underlying phone number “address” that is actually used to route phone calls. It is just an extra text string sent along from the call initiator for the purpose of appearing on a display at the destination end. A couple of months ago my wife fell for a similar scam. Caller on her cell phone said he was from our cellular carrier.
I said fine but I dispute them if you are recording and hung up and promptly called the fraud line. The scammers are getting more sophisticated and convincing. Why do people answer the phone at all when it’s not an actual person ?