The Domino's caller ID more than likely a spoof... They asked about repubs running in this district... sounded like a boiler room background noise. I think it is a fake survey and doesn't matter who they ask about, they're looking for a reaction that tells who is your political choice...
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The caller said his name was Alex from the US Dept of Treasury and said I was chosen from a random survey to receive a Loyalty and Financial Grant for $8400. He said I had to pay with a green dot card in the amount of $220 for the grant application fee. Of course I was skeptical but after an hours long talk on what I thought was verifying this "too good to be true" information I reluctantly sent the money. Then I was transferred to the "Grant Manager" Oscar Jefferson at the number 202-370-7662. He reassured everything and acted as if everything was legit of course. Later I was transferred to "the bank" called US Bank of New York which I later found out is no such of thing and talked to a David Johnson. They said their address was 33 Liberty St but that is the Federal Reserve Bank so then I knew they were lying. For entertainment I continued to listen and the bank then told me I had to send another $499 to them for the security deposit, again using the green dot card, which they said would have been refunded along with the 8400. So this continued not to make sense. I called the grant manager and asked to speak with his supervisor which was Kevin Nolan but he too just gave me the run around. I finally told them all nope not doing all that and left it alone. So yes they did get my $220 unfortunately but maybe someone needed that more than me. Trying to stay positive about the whole SCAM.
IGNORE THESE PIECES OF S**T. THEY ARE FAKE, LYING A-HOLES TRYING TO STEAL FROM INNOCENT PEOPLE. Indian-sounding individual called multiple times providing multiple different names, badge numbers and addresses. Caller requested $2,000 to cancel an arrest warrant for 'providing incorrect information on a 2012 tax return'. Threatening that all assets would be seized and was being sued for $66,000. Visited local police station and officers told me to simply ignore it. Don't fall for it. Be smart.
I have found the best way to deal with the telemarketers, Answer the phone, don't say a word. put the phone down for 5 minutes. when you come back, just hang it up. After a few calls like that they will figure out that you are a waste of time because now you are using and interfering with their time to sell, so you are costing them money. That's the advice of a real salesman of 40+ years and it works.