The San Jose Police Department warns of a Phone Scam trying to get money on utility bills

The San Jose Police Department warns of a Phone Scam trying to get money on utility bills

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  • With Pandemic Travel Restrictions Eased, Loved Ones Reunite at SFO. Anyone who receives such a call should not provide personal identifying or bank information. Instead, they should hang up and report the call to police. Those who believe they’ve been a victim of a scam can file an online report with the San Jose Police Department at www.sjpd.org or call 408-277-8900.

  • Our redesigned local news and weather app is live! Download it for iOS or Android — and sign up for alerts. The victims are mostly Spanish speakers, police said. Many of the calls are disguised on caller-ID as a reliable location, and the caller will impersonate a representative of that calling location, police said.  San Jose Reports 95% of City Employees Vaccinated Against COVID-19

Police recommend victims contact their bank or financial institution to make them aware of the scam. For more information on current, common scams, visit www.fraud.org.

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