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It seems that the scammers are out in full swing--now more than ever! I don't blame you for being extra cautious! If you are a Rogers customer or a former Rogers customer, it is possible that you may receive phone calls from our telemarketing teams providing you with new offers and promotions. Did the agent explain the reason why they wanted to look into your account for you?
Some of our telemarketing teams are through third-party vendors, however, we should always have your account details on hand, and as such, should not be asking you to verify any personal information (credit card, banking details, social insurance number, etc.). We will also have access to your current products and services and wouldn't need you to provide this information to us. These are a few ways to know if the call is legitimate or not.
Please also CLICK HERE to review this helpful article that provides more tips on how to spot a telemarketing scam.
I hope this helps! Please take care and stay safe!!
Thank you for joining us here in the Rogers Community and congrats on your first post! We hope you've been keeping well and are in good spirits! 😁
Although that particular number does not seem to be from one of our corporate offices, it is still possible it may be coming from one of our third-party telemarketing teams whom we work with. It is difficult to say for certain.
Your safety and security are extremely important to us! When you do pick up a phone call by a person claiming to be from "Rogers", there are some things you can look out for to determine the legitimacy of the call. Please see below for more information:
How to identify if a telemarketing call is NOT from a Rogers representative?
What to do if you receive a fraudulent telemarketing call from someone who claims to be with Rogers?
I hope you find this information useful! 🙂