Truck Drivers BEWARE! New phone SCAM targets Truckers

Truck drivers BEWARE! New phone SCAM targets Truckers. Fmcsa is reporting that many truckers are falling for this new phone SCAM. Beware of trucking scams.

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18 thoughts on “Truck Drivers BEWARE! New phone SCAM targets Truckers”

  1. Got a email like this 2 months after updating the mcs150 and the 1 yr audit. Anything like this go directly to fmcsa website to check your status. If there's a way there's a scumbag trying to scam you or Jack up your credit.

  2. Your social security number shows you have committed fraud and we are gonna lock you up. Or the other one is your failure to pay your social security account has been deemed to shut your social security card off until payment is received. Too speak to a rep press 1. Lol ya i am not buying it. I hang up.

  3. DPT I showed my congressman you video where you quit your job to concentrate on making tax free money from YouTube. I feel that you are ducking from your obligations on the money that you owe on loans for college. I repaid my debt. Seems Congress is already taking this matter into a upcoming bill to stop free income from you tube.

  4. Last February my sugar was sky high and blood pressure was 171/138. My dot was due in April so i had to do something. I cut out meat and sugar. By April my sugar was normal with no meds and blood pressure was 103/84. I do veggie soups, salads veggie omelets. Steamed veggies. Baked potato wirh salsa. My waist is 32 down from 38 heading to 40. Popcorn is a good snack. Ill do that when i crave something to eat. If it or its parents had eyes…..dont eat it!

  5. Great, yet another organization that's attempting to reach their slimy hands deep in truck driver's pockets. When it comes to something like this the quote "believe half of what you see and none of what you hear" comes to mind.

    Unless it's an official letter that came directly from my local DMV receiving something like this would go directly in the trash. Calls from unknown numbers? They get blocked. Calls received without a voicemail that aren't in my contacts list? They get blocked. Unknown emails are immediately marked as spam. With as many scammers that there are in the world (especially on the other side of the world) you can't trust anyone. Who falls for stuff like this anyway? The last scammer that called me with that thick foreign accent trying to pose as an American with an American name got their feelings hurt pretty bad.

  6. Any scam like this is easy to defeat. Rule number 1 NEVER give personal information over the phone. And I mean NEVER. It's 2019 if you get scammed over the phone you are a dumbass period and kinda deserve it. Sorry if that pisses you off but it's true.

  7. Something about dot and fmcsa puts drivers on edge. Its no wonder, driving is their livelihood. Can't really blame them cause drivers are getting slammed by those agency's all the time. So why wouldn't they fall for the scam. God Bless To All You Drivers.

  8. Biennial re-certifications have to be renewed every 4 years or risk losing their license. Please give me your credit card number, bank account number, social security number and I'll set you up with your local biennial recert administrator.

  9. Bananas won’t help you lose weight, they’ll sabotage your efforts. Cut out sugar, even natural sugars and starches. After a couple of days you won’t miss it and you’ll drop the weight much easier.

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