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Hello, TrueTalks Community


As part of our commitment to ensuring a safer communication environment for everyone, we're introducing the "Spam & Scam Identification" section. This is your dedicated space to report and discuss the latest scam calls that may not yet be identified on Truecaller. Your proactive reporting plays a crucial role in enhancing the vigilance of our entire community.


📝 How to Participate:

  • Report New Scams: If you've encountered a phone scam that isn't flagged in yet, share the details here. Describe the scammer's approach, the content of the call or message, and any other relevant information. If you have a screenshot of the message, feel free to share that as well (hide sensitive data, if any).

  • Discuss & Analyze: Engage with fellow community members to discuss these new threats. Share insights, identify patterns, and offer advice on how to handle such calls.

  • Mention the country name in tags and select the tag as Item prefix. Like communityreporting is selected in the below screenshot. You can also add more relevant tags in tags section.

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🛡 Why Your Reports Matter:

  • Community Protection: Early reporting can alert the community and prevent others from falling victim to the same scam.

  • Contribute to a Safer Truecaller: Your reports help improve Truecaller's scam detection and help all Truecaller users.

  • Knowledge Sharing: Discussing these scams educates and prepares the community to recognize and avoid potential threats.


🔔 Guidelines for Reporting:

  • Avoid Personal Information: Do not share personal, sensitive, or confidential information.

  • Be Specific: Provide clear and concise information about the scam to help others understand and identify similar threats.

  • Respect Privacy: Ensure your posts comply with community guidelines and respect the privacy and security of all members.


Together, we can create a stronger, smarter community that can outsmart any scammer. Your alertness and help are important – let's keep our community safe and free from scams!


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