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Vishing: Caller ID Fraud

Vishing is a form of phishing that occurs over Voice Over Internet Protocol (VOIP) connections. In a vishing scam, a person receives a phone call that appears to be coming from a legitimate source, such as a bank or credit card company. The caller identification on the victim's phone will show a legitimate business name and number when, in fact, a criminal is really making the call. The criminal will pose as a representative of the company and ask the victim to confirm account details and other sensitive information, thereby illegally obtaining sensitive financial and personal information that can be fraudulently used.

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