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‘Can You Hear Me?’ Phone Scam Has Police Warning People to Hang Up Immediately
Police say answering the question “Can you hear me?” over the phone from an unknown caller can have serious consequences thanks to a new scam that is making the rounds in several states.
Authorities in Virginia say answering “yes” to the question can enable fraudsters to authorize charges to a phone, utility, or credit card bill.
Police say scammers record the “yes” response and play it back to victims who try to deny the charges while the scammers try to threaten legal action.
“The idea that we can now have open discussion of an assassination … this is terrifying for me that we see media people talking about the assassination of the President,” said Gainor, while talking about a recent media incident reported by Breitbart News:
Times columnist and author India Knight has called for the assassination of U.S. President, Donald J. Trump.
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It’s a civic responsibility the government has to protect its citizens.