will harass from different numbers every day all day
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"Pastor John" in response to a craigslist ad. Definite scammer
Same situation and date as Ernie and Christina above; name Brian Smith or Schmidt. At first I thought it was a scam. However when I looked at my caller ID later, it showed "Not Provided 1-800-829-1040", which is the IRS number. So my heart sank for a second, even though I had not received anything in the mail from the IRS and knew I had not committed tax fraud. I first called 800-829-1040, but was unable to get someone on the phone. I then called 509-590-0195 which is the number he left on the recording. Brian Smith, the same man as in the recording, answered. I told him I received a message from him. He asked, "From the IRS?" I responded, "Yes". He asked for my phone number, telling me he needed to look up my info. He couldn't keep the numbers straight when I replied with a number and ended up hanging up on me. i called the 509 number about 10 minutes later. Someone picked up the phone and immediately hung up.
Yes same thing got 3 calls with first notice second notice all in one day 2 hrs apart
Do not press any buttons when these guys call, just hang up.
Called with caller ID CLOUD 8 SIXTEEN asked for me personally and when asked who they were said he was working with an attorney- couldnt say who he was or what it was about. Definately a collector calling on a SPOOF number
Calls but never leaves voice-mail when not answered. I get lots of "student loan" scammers that follow this pattern.
Received a call from this number today (1 October 2014). The message was electronically generated and difficult to understand. I had to listen three times to capture details. Name sounded like Roy Schmidt. Claimed to be from Internal Revenue Service auditing division. Said a law suit was being filed in federal district court against my social security number (did not state what that number was). Said to call above number for more details
They wanted me to take an automated survey to win a big screen television. I took the brief survey, and my call was then transferred to what sounded like someone's cell phone. I hung up.
These people call my store at least once a week and I've pressed 2 countless times. I've also tried to speak with the people but they typically just hang up when they answer. Not sure what their directive is but it seems really ineffective as they haven't mentioned a service they offer. I will make it my life's mission to buy whatever they want to sell, regardless of what it is.... I want it. BAD!
This person said he was an IRS officer and that there was a warrant for my arrest for tax fraud. He said his name was Brian Smith.
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Also, don't ever tell anyone that you work in the English Dept of a MAJOR University. If you do, this connection between a robotic voice saying "unallegated" and your expected knowledge of the word "unallocated" should have been instant. Sad.
I had this number show up. I did not answer as was not expecting a call from Oregon. No message was left. I wonder who is selling my number?
NO, "unalligated" is not a word, but unallocated is. Look it up..."allocate".....you should know this word.
someone named Kris Anne