(201) 470-5166 is a Fake Amazon Robocall
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- Transcript Dear customer, this is an automated call from Amazon, which is performed to inform you about a fraudulent purchase made on your amazon account. Our servers have detected that new account has been logged in from multiple i ip addresses, and there has been a purchase made for a 9 phone 12 broadcasting $999.00 from dayton, ohio. And the amount will be charged on your account. If this order was not placed by you, please press one to get connected to the Amazon fraud protection department to continue with your order press 2.
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