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I received message via text stating " (TCF Bank) Urgent Message. Call 704-341-4427 (MSGID-jdvTgig). I do not bank at TCF Bank and looked this number up and it is a number originating out of Charlotte, NC. Not a TCF Bank number.
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Stupid FUCK!!! (Lakeland, FL, United States) Added the following extra information on :2017-12-24 04:10:27
I was scammed by Believing when everything felt to good to be true...
A Family Friend Whos Name is ( Johnny Whitted ) Contacted me on facebook and told me about Him CLAIMING WINNINGS in which he received a significant amount of financial "help." So much so that it allowed him to "pay off" the rest of his living arrangements bills, transportaion bills, bills, bill,s bills, etc... " Do you want me to Send You The Agents Number so you Can Check If you Have Winnings To Claim?"
2 Days Later I Replied Yes. Only because I trusted in the belief that the man I am currently conversing with is still the same "Uncle Johnny" from past memories. Unfortunately and Obviously.... That Man Has Changed And I Am Here Posting Telling You To Watch Out For Any Type Of Text Allert Or CLAIM YOUR WINNINGS AGENT....
SCAM SCAM SCAM SCAM SCAM SCAM SCAM
Anonymous () Added the following extra information on :2017-10-31 18:05:29
I received a text from firstname.lastname@example.org say (T.C.F.Bank) Urgent Notification. Call (312) 445-8938 (MSGAiD-BEevfpY)
When I called they auto voice said there was a problem with my debit card. I should enter 1 to reactivate. When I didn't a new auto voice asked me to enter my debit card number.
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