Impersonating a trusted entity is one of the easiest ways that scammers can get hold of your personal information
> If you do not already have one, set up caller ID on any landlines, and take note of the number calling you on cellphones. If the number is not identified as the company or is not the number publicly available, proceed with caution, and never give out any details over the phone if called.

> If you receive a suspicious call, call the publicly available contact number for the company as shown on their website.
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