SIM Card Stolen: What Can Someone Do With Your SIM Card?

Stolen Sim Card: What Can Someone Do With It?

They can cause you a lot of problems. A stolen or hacked SIM card can be used to run up a phone bill, steal personal information, hack online accounts, steal your identity and even commit fraud. A stolen SIM card gives someone complete access to your phone line, which comes with many concerns.

Who Is Calling When 0000000000 or 1000000000 Calls You?

0000000000 or 1000000000: Who Calls You?

No one who appears to be calling from 0000000000 or 1000000000 actually has those numbers assigned to them. Therefore, they are guilty of this spoofing tactic. Spoofing is when someone or something takes on another identity that does not belong to them—and in this way commits identity fraud.

How Can a Number That Just Called You Be Not in Service?

Number Just Called Is Not in Service: How?

Have you called back the number that just called you? Is it saying that the number is not in service? Find out why the number just called you might be out of service and all the details with this in-depth article. Let’s jump right in! Number That Just Called You Is Not in Service You’re not crazy if you think the number of incoming calls you receive has increased over the years. Many of these are spam calls.  In fact, approximately 40% of all calls were spam calls in 2019! They’re so common that some people never answer phone calls. Scam calls have pretty much become a running joke that it’s hard to believe 270% more people fell victim to these calls in 2020 than in 2019. Still, you might not realize how many of your incoming calls are spam, especially if you miss them and the caller doesn’t leave a message. Calling back may help you find out where all those nuisance calls are coming from. For instance, you might be directed to the main office if the call came from a business. Of course, this only works if the caller ID shows a phone number. If it comes up as an unknown caller, you can’t tell who called you. Even if the caller ID information shows a phone number, it may not help you find out who the caller is. How Can a Number That Just Called You Be Not in Service? It might initially be confusing if you’ve received a phone call from a number that’s not in service. Perhaps you missed or screened the call or received a voice mail message and tried to call the number back immediately. However, you received an error that the number isn’t in service. How can this be? The answer is that phone calls aren’t actually coming from the number you see on your cell phone screen.  Instead, scammers use computer programs called caller