Written by Robert Voss
Just recently, I just received an automated threatening call from a government agency instructing me that my Social Security Number (SSN) was suspended. The phone call number came from 1-888-594-9886. Then the robot call goes over to say press one for more information. Next, thing I did was hung up the phone because I knew it was a scam. Don’t fall victim to this scam. Please realize your SSN will never be suspended by the US Government. This is not a state driver’s license.
Next, I started an investigation into this robocall. So I conducted a search into this phone number. Here is what I found some former companies that used this number for such industries with an employment agency, an e-waste removal company, a realty company, and a construction supply company. I could not find who owned this phone number on various search engines.
If you want more information on this robocall scam then visit www.consumer.ftc.gov/blog/2018/09/your-social-security-number-isnt-suspended-ever?page=1
This article was written to get the word out for you, your family, and neighbors do not fall victim to this scammer. If you ever receive any threatening phone, listen and take down in the information along with the phone number. Never give out important information over the phone. If you think it is creditable phone call then call another number associated with the company and or government agency.
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Source of information: First hand experience and ftc.gov