Crooks will take advantage of your perception that fax
transmissions are inexpensive by inducing you to call fax
numbers which are billable at high rates. They would send
requests to a company asking for information, which usually
require pages and pages to be faxed back (of course at a
premium rate cost). For example, they will ask hotels and
restaurants to fax menu and booking information. Another
example is a make-believe company phoning an estate agent,
saying it is planning on relocating to the area and asking
for its property lists to be faxed.
Protect your business:
information on your website and direct inquiries
to your website.