The American Chamber of Commerce Review

Already suspicious of the call (no business name showed up on caller ID, just Cedarville, NJ), I answered it. The caller knew the name of my business, then said she was calling from the American Chamber of Commerce to confirm listing information. I said, "I’m not a member of the American Chamber of Commerce." And then, she hung up/disconnected the call. There is no American Chamber of Commerce! Per my online research, the call is related to a spear-phishing scam that could lead to identity theft and/or receiving fake invoices (for payment) via email.

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