Every year, thousands of people lose money to telephone scams – from a few dollars to their life savings. Scammers will say anything to cheat people out of money. Some seem very friendly – calling you by your first name, making small talk, and asking about your family. They may claim to work for a company you trust, or they may send mail or place ads to convince you to call them.
If you get a call from someone you don’t know who is trying to sell you something you hadn’t planned to buy, say “No thanks.” And, if they pressure you about giving up personal information – like a credit card or Social Security number- it’s likely a scam.
For more information on how to handle unwanted calls go to www.consumer.ftc.gov.
Please see the information below about computer scams which might be affecting our customers. As we are notified of these scams, we are taking the appropriate action to contact the authorities who research and prosecute these scammers.
Scam Alert Reported by GRM Networks’ Customers
Customers have reported seeing messages in their email or web browser promoting $1000 Wal Mart gift cards from GRM Networks. Be aware that these are FRAUDULENT messages and are NOT from GRM Networks. Please do not click on the messages or give out any of your personal or account information. Always remember, if it sounds too good to be true, it is probably a scam.
Remember, always delete an email if it looks suspicious or is from an unknown sender.
If you have questions concerning your email account or Internet service, please call technical support at 1-800-721-2577.