"Alan Smith" claimed to be with the IRS, even mentioning a lengthy "badge" number, warning that I'd better call right away about this "time sensitive issue," or risk being arrested. First of all, the IRS doesn't make calls or send emails: this government agency will send a registered letter. Secondly, this Mr. "Smith's" accent was so strong that he mispronounced several words that I couldn't identify/distinguish, even after replaying the message several times. Thirdly, he never used my name or phone number. This is a scam. Do not reply. Hopefully, a law enforcement agency can identify and go after him.
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