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Today I went to log into my gmail account. I have 2FA and google usually sends the confirmation text to my phone. This usually comes from 22000 and has the Google logo. This time however, it came from (833)-902-0111 (my Motorola G6 reported it as spam). I looked up this number and found some concerning info from: https://findwhocallsyou.com/8339020111?CallerInfo which states it may be from a hacker. What is more concerning is the identical confirmation code then came in from the 22000 Google number about 2 minutes later. What is happening? Someone else reported something similar: https://support.google.com/mail/thread/23041561?hl=en
The code worked and I checked my account info and changed my pw just in case. Phone#'s did not changed in my Google account either. Also, no new devices showing up in the google account so that is good. And no new IP's I do not recognize.
I know one person responded to my Google post but I still feel a little bit un-nerved.
Do we know if this is legit? Anyone here experience this too and have determined it was ok? Or worse, determine it was not?