yea that's a really common tactic, the theory behind this is, that you'll see the number and "kinda" recognize it, but don't know why, so you'll answer it.A common one is spoofing the first XXX-YYY-???? of your number and picking random last 4 digits. They're legit numbers but the call obviously isn't so can't really block or reject list them.
pick up and wait for them to say hello then, if you notice a 4s lag then it's the robocall rerouting to either a robot or a live person to initiate the scam.I get work calls all the time from unknown numbers, so not picking up isn't an option. This is infuriating.
If Hillary ran for president in 2020 on a "Capital punishment for telemarketers" platform, I'd vote for her twice.
download the Mr Number app and block them all as spam. Mr Number will block that number or ID it as spam in the future. i uually get calls about my car's warranty being in jeopardy. yeah my car is a 1992 convertible. that warranty is in jeopardy fur shurpick up and wait for them to say hello then, if you notice a 4s lag then it's the robocall rerouting to either a robot or a live person to initiate the scam.
don't say hello, just pick up. If it's a real person on the other line trying to find you, they'll just say "hello, @bandwagon?", hello?
also, remember don't say "YES", just go " Bandwagon here, who dis?"
something something, a "lawyer" robocalled her and said her son was in jail and she needed to western union 9k so he could get representation in canada or something.was scammed of $9000 the day before thanksgiving. I posted on this application. On thanksgiving day due to my two sons