Scammers are getting potential victims to call them instead of them calling you with a new scam that uses smart voice assistants like Siri, Alexa, and Google Assistant.

The scammers put out fake customer support numbers for smart voice assistants to find when you ask for it, according to the Better Business Bureau.

Your guard against phone scams is likely down, as you're the one making the call.

And the number was found by your smart assistant, which many might assume is accurate.

The Better Business Bureau suggests you find customer support numbers from a company's website rather than using a smart voice assistant, or even an online search.

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