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Thursday, September 14, 2023

Beware of Scam Calls Posing as Rogers: A Close Look at and Red Flags to Watch For

I recently received a suspicious phone call from someone claiming to be from Rogers. The representative, who identified himself as Tony, called me from the number (416) 808-4235. When asked whether he was directly affiliated with Rogers, he assured me he was.

Aware of the prevalent scams, I asked for a callback number to verify the legitimacy of the call. Tony provided me with the number 647-956-0558, extension 800. Upon calling back, Tony requested my full name and other personal information. I declined, stating that if he truly represented Rogers, he should already have my details. He then cited GDPR regulations as a reason for needing to verify my information.

To further prove his authenticity, Tony offered to send me an email from Rogers. I provided a fake email address, and soon received an email that, on the surface, seemed professional and included Rogers' logos. However, upon closer inspection, I noticed the email came from, not from a domain. This was a red flag for me.

I decided to dig a bit deeper by performing a whois check on the domain The domain was only registered on July 24, 2023, which raised further concerns.

Convinced that this was a scam, I confronted Tony while still on the phone. His reaction was aggressive, leading me to hang up immediately.

It's crucial to share experiences like these in reviews to raise awareness. If you've encountered similar calls or have any questions, comments, or reviews about this incident, feel free to share them in the comments section below.

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