IRS scam

middle-age American living in New Jersey near the Lincoln Tunnel «« I answered a robocall, and the voice said the IRS was suing me, and I needed to call: (206) 734-4359. I made the return call waiting for a banker in the offices of ICICI NYC, and just as I engaged with the IRS agent a banker greeted me. The robocall was 00:00:40 and my returned call was 00:01:23. I was pretty sure it was a scam, and if it was the IRS suing me hanging up would not hurt my case, so after trying to end politely I click the IRS agent. One search for the number: (206) 734-4359 got nothing helpful in the first page, but another search for: (206) 734-4359 irs got me a scam page on irs.gov. The part of this hack scam that seems sophisticated is it seems my statement to the IRS agent that I suspected it was a scam and he was not an IRS agent got me on a no-call-back list, so my subsequent calls got busy signals. I’ll return to the irs.gov scam-warning page to see if there is any easy way to report this call, but if not I’ll probably drop it after trying: (206) 734-4359 a few more times. »» about me 302-990-2346 contact us

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About Tom Doody

middle-age American living in New Jersey near the Lincoln Tunnel
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