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Jan 29, 2015 10:29 AM

Calls from a CO number with a reboot message, leaves this number to call back. Claims they are the IRS and are filing a lawsuit and this is your final notice. Foreigner answers the number and if you question hangs up on you.

Jan 29, 2015 10:25 AM

Called and hung up while I was at work called my work hung up and answered suspect D L M S W initials w aliases m s w all first letters of Ds last or name aliases.

Jan 29, 2015 10:21 AM

Call and left no message!! I don't know anyone from Maine. The phone number is disconnected.

Jan 29, 2015 10:19 AM

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Jan 29, 2015 10:19 AM

Caller named Donna from HomeAdvisor selling contract leads. Telemarketing call.

Jan 29, 2015 10:17 AM

Phone scam! A male called me from from two numbers: 208-968-7990 was the number he used last week, and now he is using 206-430-5427. He is using high-pressure tactics to try and coerce money from me to settle a payday loan he claimed I took out two years ago. I have never taken out a payday loan, much less defaulted on one. He was abusive and volatile throughout the calls, and evasive when I probed for details. He claimed to have received my file from Titan Group LLC and threatened me with a felony arrest for bank fraud, and kept telling me I'd "have my day in court." Just to repeat myself, I never took out a payday loan. He kept telling me to keep up my pretense and I would be served at work with the paperwork. He also kept offering a secondary explanation to my denial; I must have forgotten, but he was here to help. He claimed the balance owed was over $1600, but would settle with me, today, for $795. The only thing that gave his claims any credibility was that he had a few details about me: my name, the name of my employer, the last four numbers of my SSN, the name of my bank, and, obviously, my phone number. I know this is a scam because, well, I never took out a payday loan, but also because he stumbled all over himself when I pressed for more information. Additionally, he broke the fairness in debt collecting act (or whatever it's called) by threatening me, telling me I committed a crime, not giving me any details, and telling me that he would contact my employer. These are all against the law. Lastly, I checked my credit report and no such inquiry was listed, nor has ever been listed. If I had an outstanding collection for the last two years, it would have been reported, methinks. He was pretty rude - so much so that he became unbelievable, but still a little frightening. I called the local police and will call the BBB.

Jan 29, 2015 10:15 AM

Left a voicemail indicating some vague "legal matter" that was "urgent", and "important". I'm pretty sure if it's legit that they'd leave an actual name contact instead of the number.