A new phone scam is making its rounds, but with a new twist.
Hundreds of consumers in the Central Valley have reported that their own phone number is calling them, and when they answer, they are prompted to enter personal information.
The robocaller on the other end of the line tells them that their AT&T account has been compromised or that they need to verify the account by entering the account holder's last four digits of their social security number.
KSEE 24 reporter Megan Rupe reached out to your BBB for tips on what to do if you receive such phone call.
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