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Even though we live in an era where everything is secured and safe, especially our bank account, things are a little bit different than what we probably expected, namely that the phone has remained the weapon of choice for criminals who want to steal our money. 

According to the Federal Trade Commission (FTC), in 2019, more than 1.1 million fraud complaints were reported and 74 percent of them were phone call scams. When they get you on the line, criminals use false promises, aggressive sales pitches and can steal your information about your bank account and identity. 

Here are some ways to identify phone call scams that could steal your money. Read on for more info!

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