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10-27-2020
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Received call from this number today at 11:23 a.m. It said it came from Asbury Park, NJ. The recording stated someone was trying to use my card on my Amazon account to purchase something that was over $1000.00. Recording stated purchase was put on hold until I verified it. I was to push a button to ? ... I suppose verify which probably would have included my payment. Idk but either way, I looked on Amazon and there was nothing on hold or anything that looked suspicious.
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