416-363-5905- Did this number call you? If yes, leave your comment/complaint below.
Phone number: 416-363-5905 is located in Toronto, Ontario.
Its exchange 363 is managed by BELL CANADA - ON.
The number is currently on switch number TOROON01CG3.
Around 22% of people reported it as "Unknown".
You are the 22th person to search for it here.The number has a total of 22 complaints filed against it.
Latest people reported the number as that of "SCAM, government agent"
Caller was a male - appeared to have an Asian accent. Stated that he was calling about our credit card account - that we were paying too high an interest rate. We asked which bank he was calling from - he named random banks that we don't deal with. We told him that he had the wrong number.
plain scams . we all know authorities do not call people nor need to resort to call people to know who they are or verify them they already have that info and access to it through the providers of ur phone or cell or internet or anywhere u have accounts u pay for or services u pay for bank accounts credit cards all that....if authorities need something they mail to ur address first if no response then another then send after you.
scanners abuse the telemarketing and the outbound support or sales follow up people by imitating them in order to phish for information that is ViSHING. voice phishing. call ur bank or credit company and inquire if they needed to talk with u and why? if they did good if not tell them what happened so they can deal with it remember bigger companies have more weight when they go for legal action and they can win if u collaborate against scanners. it starts with u!
Microsoft technician. Fell for it the first time, until they wanted my credit card number to pay for a virus sweep. I mean, I'm naive when I'm super tired, but I'm not THAT naive. I confronted them the next two times they called, ie Q: How did you get my number? A: Microsoft gave it to us. R: I never gave it to them, and you said you were microsoft. They hung up.
Missed their call this morning. Next time I'll amuse myself by adopting my killer Indian accent and having some real fun with them. Can't believe they believe that I'm stupid enough to fall for the exact same scam over and over. Must be something in my voice...
Got threat voicemail from this phone number with very strong accent. He said he found my phone number on my credit card number. The rest I could not understand what he is trying to say. Last sentences I heard: " I will put you on the table and burn burn burn burn..." Keep repeating "Burn" words for many times and with laugh. Should I report that to the police?
A woman claimed to be a govt. agent that were keeping an eye on my computer saying someone was using my computer id and looking at p**n and other websites, and that her call was a warning and that I was in a lot of trouble over this. She then asked me for my email and computer information at which point I basically told her that I knew this was a scam and for her to just get lost!
GUELPH— Police are warning residents to beware of a recent phone scam where the caller claims to be from Citizenship and Immigration Canada.
The number typically shows up on a caller ID as 416-363-5905, officers said, and the caller identifies themselves as working with Citizenship and Immigration Canada. In the scam, the caller describes an outstanding debt in India that must be settled before an immigration or citizenship hearing. If the debt is not paid, the recipient will be deported the fraudster warns.
The caller will then advise that the debt can be settled but a legal fee in excess of $5,000 must be paid. They may request multiple installments through Money Gram.
Guelph Police are advising residents not to respond to these communications because Citizenship and Immigration Canada does not request payment of debts in other countries through Money Gram.
To verify the authenticity of a call from Citizenship and Immigration Canada, people can contact the organization directly at 1-888-242-2100 from Monday and Friday between 8 a.m., until 4 p.m.
Officers said if anyone has responded to a fraudulent communication and become a victim of fraud, the Canadian Anti-Fraud Centre can be contacted at 1-888-495-8501.