Whatever you do, DO NOT CALL THIS NUMBER BACK.
Unless you're expecting a call from someone you know in the Bahamas.
The area code for this number originates in the Bahamas, one of the
more prolific locations for something known as "Area Code Scams".
"The Scam Works Something Like This:
You get an e-mail, voicemail or page telling you to call a phone
number with an 809, 284, or 876 (or some other three-digit) area code
to collect a prize, find out about a sick relative, engage in sex
You assume you are making a domestic long distance call - as "809",
"284", and "876" (and other three-digit area codes involved in this
scam) appear to be typical three-digit U.S. area codes.
When you dial the "809", "284" or "876" (or other three-digit) area
code plus the number, however, you're actually connected to a phone
number outside the United States, often in Canada or the Caribbean,
and charged international call rates. (In this case, 809 goes to the
Dominican Republic, 284 goes to the British Virgin Islands, and 876
goes to Jamaica.)"
You don't find out about the higher international call rates until you
receive your phone bill.
The Fraud Bureau provides a list of Caribbean Area Codes of which to be wary:
268 Antigua & Barbuda
441 Bermuda (Atlantic)
284 British Virgin Islands
345 Cayman Islands
809 Dominican Republic
473 Grenada & Carriacou
787 Puerto Rico
869 St. Kitts & Nevis
758 St. Lucia
784 St. Vincent & the Grenadines
868 Trinidad & Tobago
649 Turks & Caicos Islands
340 U.S. Virgin Islands"
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