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February 06, 2013


I am glad to see the LAPD put this out there clearly.

I really hope police departments will start doing more safety PSA's on how to avoid being a victim of Vishing/Phishing.

Thanks to modern technology like VoIP it is actually possible for thieves to even mimic the Caller ID of banks and other institutions.

Many times, the safest thing a person can do is hang up and call their bank or company back on a number they know and trust to be sure they aren't being scammed.

Once again, kudos! Keep up the good work.

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