As was to be expected, online scam artists have discovered VoIP as a way to run their schemes.
Using auto diallers, they'll call random phone numbers and inform whoever answers the phone that their credit card has been flagged for fraudulent transactions. Next the victims are asked to call a toll-free number to clear up the situation, where they'll be asked to enter their credit card information.
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