3202281015 UNSAFE

320-228-1015 (Minnesota, United States)
Fixed Line or Mobile Number
Phone number 3202281015 has negative rating. 4 users rated it as negative. 4 users searched for this number and 4 users rated it. Approximated caller location is Minnesota, United States. The phone number is a fixed line or mobile number. This phone number is categorized as scam (2 times), unwanted (1 times), unknown (1 times). This ratings are based on reports by real users of our website and our AI.

Times searched (all time):

4

Reported by users:

4

Last searched:

Jun 26, 2022

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negative
16.11.2021
Location: Unknown
Type: Scam
This woman with an upper class British like accent who called me, told me over the course of 3 days that I should go to my bank and withdraw up to $29,000 because my social security number has been compromised and people are using it to commit fraud and so the government is going to freeze my bank accounts so, I need to send them money right away to get it out of the bank before my accounts are frozen and my money confiscated. I am to send the money in cash via UPS to an address that belongs to a CVS store in New Jersey. The money is not to be sent by USPS. The money is to be sent in envelopes inside a magazine and the money is to be separated into hundreds and 50s and then it is to be wrapped 10 times in aluminum foil. The magazine is to be sealed at all three open sides and then I'm supposed to sandwich the magazine, with the money inside it, between two other magazines and I'm supposed to tape all of that together and then I'm supposed to put it in a box for shipping. Then I'm to immediately go to The UPS store closest to me and she gave me the address and then I'm supposed to buy a UPS box, place the box with the money inside it and address the box with the name of someone, a fictitious name she gave me, on the box with the address, which I found out belongs to a CVS store and I'm to require a signature for this package and I'm also supposed to put "hold at location" on the box. I wonder if it's a manager at the CVS store who's taking these packages because who accepts packages for someone else at a business like that and holds them for someone for them to come in and collect it. It could also be for one of the employees to collect and "hold at location" written on the box, is how it's identified to that employee. But remember, it is a fictitious name. Also it could have something to do with the UPS driver. Maybe he's keeping the package and only delivering the all the others to CVS on his daily route. He identifies the package because it's an individual's name and also because it says - "hold at location" - on it.
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Reviews for phone number 3202281015:
#1 negative
16.11.2021
Location: Unknown
Type: Scam
This woman with an upper class British like accent who called me, told me over the course of 3 days that I should go to my bank and withdraw up to $29,000 because my social security number has been compromised and people are using it to commit fraud and so the government is going to freeze my bank accounts so, I need to send them money right away to get it out of the bank before my accounts are frozen and my money confiscated. I am to send the money in cash via UPS to an address that belongs to a CVS store in New Jersey. The money is not to be sent by USPS. The money is to be sent in envelopes inside a magazine and the money is to be separated into hundreds and 50s and then it is to be wrapped 10 times in aluminum foil. The magazine is to be sealed at all three open sides and then I'm supposed to sandwich the magazine, with the money inside it, between two other magazines and I'm supposed to tape all of that together and then I'm supposed to put it in a box for shipping. Then I'm to immediately go to The UPS store closest to me and she gave me the address and then I'm supposed to buy a UPS box, place the box with the money inside it and address the box with the name of someone, a fictitious name she gave me, on the box with the address, which I found out belongs to a CVS store and I'm to require a signature for this package and I'm also supposed to put "hold at location" on the box. I wonder if it's a manager at the CVS store who's taking these packages because who accepts packages for someone else at a business like that and holds them for someone for them to come in and collect it. It could also be for one of the employees to collect and "hold at location" written on the box, is how it's identified to that employee. But remember, it is a fictitious name. Also it could have something to do with the UPS driver. Maybe he's keeping the package and only delivering the all the others to CVS on his daily route. He identifies the package because it's an individual's name and also because it says - "hold at location" - on it.
#2 negative
14.11.2021
Location: Unknown
Type: Unwanted phone
This woman with an upper class British like accent who called me, told me over the course of 3 days that I should go to my bank and withdraw up to $29,000 because my social security number has been compromised and people are using it to commit fraud and so the government is going to freeze my bank accounts so, I need to send them money right away to get it out of the bank before my accounts are frozen and my money confiscated. I am to send the money in cash via UPS to an address that belongs to a CVS store in New Jersey. The money is not to be sent by USPS. The money is to be sent in envelopes inside a magazine and the money is to be separated into hundreds and 50s and then it is to be wrapped 10 times in aluminum foil. The magazine is to be sealed at all three open sides and then I'm supposed to sandwich the magazine, with the money inside it, between two other magazines and I'm supposed to tape all of that together and then I'm supposed to put it in a box for shipping. Then I'm to immediately go to The UPS store closest to me and she gave me the address and then I'm supposed to buy a UPS box, place the box with the money inside it and address the box with the name of someone, a fictitious name she gave me, on the box with the address, which I found out belongs to a CVS store and I'm to require a signature for this package and I'm also supposed to put "hold at location" on the box. I wonder if it's a manager at the CVS store who's taking these packages because who accepts packages for someone else at a business like that and holds them for someone for them to come in and collect it. It could also be for one of the employees to collect and "hold at location" written on the box, is how it's identified to that employee. But remember, it is a fictitious name. Also it could have something to do with the UPS driver. Maybe he's keeping the package and only delivering the all the others to CVS on his daily route. He identifies the package because it's an individual's name and also because it says - "hold at location" - on it.
#3 negative
08.11.2021
Location: Unknown
Type: Scam
This woman with an upper class British like accent who called me, told me over the course of 3 days that I should go to my bank and withdraw up to $29,000 because my social security number has been compromised and people are using it to commit fraud and so the government is going to freeze my bank accounts so, I need to send them money right away to get it out of the bank before my accounts are frozen and my money confiscated. I am to send the money in cash via UPS to an address that belongs to a CVS store in New Jersey. The money is not to be sent by USPS. The money is to be sent in envelopes inside a magazine and the money is to be separated into hundreds and 50s and then it is to be wrapped 10 times in aluminum foil. The magazine is to be sealed at all three open sides and then I'm supposed to sandwich the magazine, with the money inside it, between two other magazines and I'm supposed to tape all of that together and then I'm supposed to put it in a box for shipping. Then I'm to immediately go to The UPS store closest to me and she gave me the address and then I'm supposed to buy a UPS box, place the box with the money inside it and address the box with the name of someone, a fictitious name she gave me, on the box with the address, which I found out belongs to a CVS store and I'm to require a signature for this package and I'm also supposed to put "hold at location" on the box. I wonder if it's a manager at the CVS store who's taking these packages because who accepts packages for someone else at a business like that and holds them for someone for them to come in and collect it. It could also be for one of the employees to collect and "hold at location" written on the box, is how it's identified to that employee. But remember, it is a fictitious name. Also it could have something to do with the UPS driver. Maybe he's keeping the package and only delivering the all the others to CVS on his daily route. He identifies the package because it's an individual's name and also because it says - "hold at location" - on it.
#4 neutral
12.06.2021
Location: Unknown
Type: Unwanted phone
This caller lied to and took advantage of my 88 year old mother. I will be beginning legal; action

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State

Name: Minnesota
Code: MN

City

Name: Alexandria
Timezone: America/Chicago

County

Name: Douglas
FIPS: 08035
Population: 357978
Area: 842
Density: 425

GPS Coordinates:

Latitude: 45.52735000
Longitude: -94.79314900
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