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Exchange 1-202-241-XXXX

Location: District of Columbia, Washington, District of Columbia County
Approximate number of phones: 441
Carrier: Ymax Communications Corp. - Dc (Landline)
Mr. Number records show that there are at least 523 active phone numbers with the prefix 202241 out of a possible 10,000. Numbers in this exchange are mainly mobile phones. Phone numbers beginning with 202-241 are allocated to District of Columbia, in particular Washington in District of Columbia. Public records tell us that 47.23% (247) of subscribers are men and 52.77% (275) are women. Median household income in this part of the country is $61,835 and 42.01% of housing units are owner-occupied.

Recent comments about numbers in 1-202-241-XXXX

Reported on Nov 29, 2015
What a scammer! Does he really think he can threaten you and get money? Not!
Reported on Nov 25, 2015
someone is trying to scam me from this number and location based in Washington dc area.
Reported on Nov 16, 2015
Another scam call requesting a call back made by a man with heavy accent claiming to be IRS agent. Be careful.
Reported on Nov 15, 2015
he calls my the hour 5 to 10 times
Reported on Nov 13, 2015
Fake IRS scam. These guys are not with the IRS do not give them money.
Reported on Nov 11, 2015
Reported on Nov 11, 2015
Publishers' Clearing House scammer. Wants you to send cash so they can process your prize.
Reported on Nov 11, 2015
This man told me I had to send him 2800 dollars or the police were picking me up to arrest me and told me if I didn't pay him I was going to jail for 10 years and suspend my drivers license for 3 year
Reported on Nov 7, 2015
Calls coming from These numbers are A SCAM. Calls can come from 773-362-7930 or 800-366-4484 or 844-231-2566 or 201-208-2912 or 415-324-5409 or 202-506-8939 or 202-506-8432 or 202-241-8155 or 202-506-9142 or 757-952-0787 or 703-441-3596 19 August 2015 and 24 October 2015 Officer Nicki Johnson asked questions about my social, d/b, address and full name. Then, Officer Milanarski, told me his ID number 1000843188 and said that everything seems all right and he does not know why, Officer Shawn Marshall called. The call can also be from Steve Martin, Daniel Smith, Mark Jones, Robert Watson, Mark Davis or Joe from IRS, Tax and Audit Department calls with very intimidating tone in voice regarding tax evasion. VM stated the need to call him before the situation got worse. Restated the call back number multiple times but emphasized the choice is ours and he wished the best of luck. If you're luck to actually speak with the caller they'll claim they had mailed a letter, but it was returned. When you ask them the agency name that sent the initial letter, they don't know the IRS's Agency name. The IRS uses the federal department name because IRS could be misleading. Caller's recorded accent will sound East Indian or something like the Pakistani accent of those calling about computer protection with Microsoft software, etc. Who would give that access to their computer with this MO? IRS will never: 1. call to demand immediate payment, nor will the agency call about taxes owed without first having mailed you a bill. 2. demand that you pay taxes without giving you the opportunity to question or appeal the amount they say you owe; 3. require you to use a specific payment method for your taxes, such as a prepaid debit card; 4. ask for credit or debit card numbers over the phone; or 5. threaten to bring in local police or other law-enforcement groups to have you arrested for not paying. Report the Calls to the real IRS. Report the incident to the Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration. You can also file a complaint with the Federal Trade Commission at Add IRS Telephone Scam to the comments in your complaint.
Reported on Nov 4, 2015
Same experience as person who reported in July, 2015. Identified on recorder as Publishers Clearing House and to call the number. When call returned, a recorded message just said it was Mrs. Rogers.
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Phone numbers in area 1-202-241-0XXX