Caller Alert #3 – Fast Funding-Fake Caller Num +1-631-2398731

It’s 11:58 and the phone rang displaying the number +1-631-239-8731 with an interesting caller id “Fast Funding” indeed an attractive name but I knew something was up.

Upon answering usually autoresponse would start mumbling something about an offer.

I shall investigate further in the future if this number continues to call.

For now stay aware and awake for scam calls as such.

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