Fraudulent Calls from Closed College Won't Stop for Alamo Woman
ALAMO – An Alamo woman is concerned after callers posing as a representative of a college, that’s no longer in business, and the Social Security Administration keep dialing her number.
Michelle Juarez says the fraudulent calls won’t stop.
"I get about maybe 40 calls a day and it's from all these different numbers," she says.
Juarez says the calls are coming from Brightwood College; she tells us she was excited at first since she applied for a program at the college.
"I was like 'wow, they called me back' you know maybe like for financial aid. So I can start the RN program and I called them and it wasn't. So that was a downer,” she says.
Juarez says when she called the number back, it was someone posing as a Social Security Administration representative.
The Better Business Bureau tells us residents who want less calls from telemarketers and possibly fraudulent calls should not call registry.
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