ARE TONER PHONERS SCAMING PENN STATE ……?

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ARE TONER PHONERS SCAMING PENN STATE ……?

 user 2009-01-21 at 11:56:54 am Views: 58
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    http://live.psu.edu/story/36984
    Phone scam targets those with Penn State Purchasing Cards
    January
    2009 Penn State Purchasing Services recently has become aware of a very
    active toner scam going on at this time. The way the scam works is that
    a sales representative calls and tells the cardholder that the price on
    toner will be going up in the near future.  The caller then faxes a
    “contract” which he or she wants the cardholder to sign and fax back.
    The “contract” calls for the cardholder’s address and phone number as
    well as the make and model of the copier.Anyone who receives any calls
    similar to the above situation are instructed not to give the caller
    any information or sign any contract. This is a scam often referred to
    as a “toner phoner.”