"...They provide you with all the information, except the one piece they want," Richmond County Sgt.
A caller tells a card-holder that he or she works for the
When customers confirm they didn't make such a purchase, the caller says a credit will be issued, then asks for the three-digit security code on the back of the credit card. Using that information, the scammer later adds a charge to the card.
""...You think you're receiving a credit. However, by the time you get your statement you'll see charges for purchases you didn't make," McDaniel said.
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