“Hello, this is your bank calling…”
You’re right to be suspicious when you get an unsolicited call like that. With caller ID spoofing, scammers can now fool us about their name and number.
It’s sometimes rare for Republicans and Democrats to come together. But not on this.
Sign your name: Let Xavier know you support ending scam robocalls.
This week Xavier joined a bipartisan group of 42 attorneys general to encourage the Federal Communications Commission to adopt proposed rules to better combat these robocalls we all seem to be getting.
Robocalls aren’t just interruptive at times –– they’re often scams. Last year, Americans lost nearly $500 million as victims to these scammy dialing schemes.
It’s time to reinforce the rules and hold scammers accountable. And Xavier is doing just that.
Support efforts to stop scam robocalls: Add your name now.
During this tumultuous political time, it’s important to come together when we can. No matter your party, no one should be scammed.
That’s why Xavier is working to protect consumers in California –– and across the country –– from dialing scams like these.
Thanks for signing to show your support,