Call Center: scams that affect their victims randomly

After the quarantine, the bogus telephone operators’ scams began again. We discover how it is possible to discover its birth and reverse it less than a year after the last occurrence.

2019 has been harmful to thousands of Italian customers who have had to deal with the different mobile scams launched by Tim, Wind Three or Vodafone call center operators.

These clearly have nothing to do with theft, though, on the opposite, they turn out to be actual victims. It seems like the evildoers had marginally loosened their hold, thinking instead of 2020, a tough but long year. Unfortunately, though, new telephone scam attempts have recently emerged. In the other hand, to date, scammers are inventing all sorts in order to retrieve the sales not made during the lockdown. Now let’s find out exactly how we can protect ourselves.

Positive Female Customer Services Agent With Headset Working In A Call Center

Call Center: beware of scams at all times:

Users have consistently documented the return of telephone fraud in the post-quarantine era. In any case, it is no longer too impossible to run from it: just stop uttering phrases such as: “Hi, are you talking to Mr.?” “Or “Yeah, tell me.” Or “Yes.

The evildoers are able to “YES scam” our speech in the best way to subsequently mount tailor-made calls in which customers only pronounce “baste” by specialized programs appropriate for PCs. There are also two other strategies for deflecting fraud: through pronouncing one goes for the best known “YES”

Avoid answering by presenting personal details and, in particular, by using words where the word “yes” is not present;

Stop calls on Android and iPhone from call centers from one of these two free downloadable applications.