The ICO seized hundreds of SIM cards today, after raiding a SIM farm in offices in Wolverhampton.
Scammers targeted senior citizens, lying to them to get their bank account information then using this info to withdraw money from the senior’s bank accounts.
Operators will be able to analyse spam attack patterns, identify sources of attacks and shut them down.
FTC Reaches Settlement With Home Security Company that Called Millions of Consumers on the National Do Not Call Registry
The Federal Trade Commission, with the assistance of the U.S. Department of Justice, has settled a complaint against a Massachusetts-based home security company that illegally called millions of consumers on the FTC’s National Do Not Call (DNC) Registry to pitch home security systems.
Proposals Would Use Call Filter Software to Reduce Illegal Calls
Agency Announces Robocall Summit to be Held October 18 in Washington, DC
The FTC charged the marketer in 2008 with conning over 1 million consumers into buying software to remove malware supposedly detected by computer scans.
A new public-private partnership and international reporting service will make it easier to track spammers and fraudsters beaching anti-spam law.
An Auckland based company has been ordered to pay $120,000 for sending over half a million spam messages via email and text message
Orlando-based company used robocalls to fraudulently pitch Medical Alert devices to seniors nationwide.
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