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ARRL alerting of Credit Card Scam
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The ARRL has received a report of a "phishing" attempt to illegally obtain credit card information from a member. The caller told the member that they needed $75 to “get his QST” and asked the member to provide their credit card number over the phone to complete the transaction.


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