How Common Are Scams?
The other day, when I had one of my rare days off from Bankside escorts, I decided to spend the day at home. Unlike most other Bankside London escorts, I still have a landline at home. At first, I thought that I was going to have a quiet day, but it was like someone knew that I was home. For some reason or another, the telephone would simply not stop ringing. I don’t very often have a day off from Bankside escorts during the week, so I just wanted to chill out. It was not long before the phone started to get on my nerves.
But, the thing is that you never know how important a call is, so you can’t really unplug your phone. Instead, I found myself answering every call. At the end of the day, I realised that many of the calls must have been socalled phishing or scam calls. I actually lost count of how many of the callers had asked me for my billing address and to confirm my details.
Bankside Escorts On Scams
A couple of the girls that I work with at cheap Bankside escorts had been scammed so I do know that scams are very common. We had talked about it extensively and I was very aware that you should not hand out personal information over the phone. There are many scams going around at the moment and it can be hard to keep track of them. However, the most common scams seem to be related to people wanting to access your bank account or your credit card details.
One of the calls that I received was from a leading charity in London. I thought the call sounded very genuine, but when the guy started to ask me for my credit card details, I became really suspicious. It was not that I did not want to help. After all, it was a charity which is close to the hearts of many at cheap Bankside escorts and all of the other escorts agencies in London. But as the caller was very pushy, I decided not to give him my credit card details. Instead, I asked for the phone number that I could contact him on. When I checked out the telephone number he had given me, it was nothing to do with the charity.
Dealing With Scam Calls
One of the other calls I received was from a company that sounded like a marketing company. They started to ask me about my personal choices when it comes to cosmetics and even promised to send me money-off vouchers in the post. But in order to that, the caller needed my name, address and credit card details. That sounded a bit strange to me. Why should the caller need my credit card details if she was going to send me money-off vouchers?
Once again, I managed to not give out my credit card details and I also contacted my friends from Colchester escorts, Gatwick escorts, Watford escorts, Ealing escorts and Chelsea escorts to give them a heads up, I could imagine this was the sort of scam a lot of girls from the escort agency in Bankside would fall for. You have to be careful, you never know who is going to try to scam you these days.
Reporting Scam Calls
What do you do if you think that you have received a scam call? The best thing you can do is to avoid falling for the offer or sales pitch the person on the other end is offering you. The truth is that the police is so busy that they don’t have the time to investigate all of these calls. Yes, I know that there are cheap Bankside escorts who have fallen for these scams, but I was not going to be one of them.
If you think that you have become the accidental victim of a scam, you should report it. One thing that you should never do is to give out your credit card, debit card or bank details over the phone. When someone asks you for that kind of information, get as much information as you can about them. One of the girls that I work with at cheap Bankside escorts has become a bit of a consumer champion. She runs a blog about common scams and how to best avoid them.
I know that it may sound harsh, but the best thing you can do is to not trust anything. That is what most Bankside escorts do.