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Reported on Feb 26, 2015
,, spam
Reported on Feb 26, 2015
vehicle warranty
Reported on Feb 26, 2015
I do not want your services. please do not call me again.
Reported on Feb 26, 2015
called back and get a fast busy
Reported on Feb 26, 2015
Keeps calling my cell.
Reported on Feb 26, 2015
Calls me at 10 at night wakes me up and then it calls at least 7 times a day I DON'T KNOW ANYONE FROM ORGAN
Reported on Feb 26, 2015
find them and torture them until they give up their last breath
Reported on Feb 26, 2015
irs scam.
Reported on Feb 26, 2015
you've been blocked
Reported on Feb 26, 2015
You've been blocked
Reported on Feb 26, 2015
He continues to harrass my mom and i
Reported on Feb 26, 2015
spam
Reported on Feb 26, 2015
Move on
Reported on Feb 25, 2015
Block this number
Reported on Feb 25, 2015
These are criminal extortionists operating in overseas boiler rooms using VOIP to alter their identities and locations and out of the reach of US law enforcement. If someone calls saying he's an IRS agent and demands that you send money immediately, hang up. It's a phone scam.In fact, it tops the IRS "Dirty Dozen" list of tax scams this year, and it's been surging in recent months, the agency said Thursday. The Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration (TIGTA), which oversees the IRS, has received reports of 290,000 scam calls since October 2013 and said nearly 3,000 victims have been swindled out of $14 million so far. By altering their caller ID number to make it look like they're calling from an IRS office, these scammers often threaten vulnerable people like the elderly and new immigrants with things like arrest, deportation or the loss of their driver's license if they don't pay immediately for money purportedly owed. Often leaving messages that say it's "urgent" you call them back, the scammers use common names and sometimes say they are from the IRS Criminal Division. They may even claim to know the last four digits of your Social Security number and send follow-up emails that appear to be from the IRS, TIGTA said. They often demand that payments be made by prepaid debit card. Once they make their threats, the scammers have been known to call back and again disguise their caller ID so it appears they are calling from the police department or the Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV). Or sometimes when they call, they may say you have a refund due and ask you to provide personal information so you can claim it. The real IRS will usually contact you by regular mail first, if it needs to contact you at all. And the agency never demands immediate payment by phone or asks for credit card or debit numbers if they do call. It also never asks for personal or financial information by email, text or social media. If you get what you suspect is a scam call, report it to TIGTA through its Web site or call 800-366-4484. http://money.cnn.com/2015/01/22/pf/taxes/irs-tax-scams
Reported on Feb 25, 2015
caller ID says Robert Szweada. HEAVY accent. It's a live guy. Claims to be calling from "ondeck" regarding business loans. Messed with him for awhile then got board so I put him on hold on a non-existant extension.
Reported on Feb 25, 2015
I received calls every day for three consecutive days asking me to call the IRS at 541-897-0267 ASAP also telling me that a lawsuit been filed against me, I tried to call this number many times in different days and left messages, finally a person by the name of Officer Ronny cooper answered my call...
Reported on Feb 25, 2015
I received a call claiming that I owe a debt for which I have no knowledge. I was asked to give my SS# yet no details of the incurred debt. Yep, smells like a scam, sounds like a scam so the odds are high that it is a scam.
Reported on Feb 25, 2015
sum guy with an indiean accent saying i owe the irs money. total rip off dont tell them anything!
Reported on Feb 25, 2015
SCAM!
Reported on Feb 25, 2015
IRS call saying I owe $4000 in back taxes. Total scam.
Reported on Feb 25, 2015
Called but left no message.
Reported on Feb 25, 2015
Automated marketing.
Reported on Feb 25, 2015
Did not talk when I answered. Just heard a beep.
Reported on Feb 25, 2015
Got a text to claim an advance. No other information. Haven't been looking for that kind of information, just a random text out of the blue. SPAM.
Reported on Feb 25, 2015
Continues to call every week despite my asking a person to be put on their do not call list as well as doing so through the automated system.
Reported on Feb 25, 2015
I wear a hearing aid and unable to hear without adjustments. These robocalls won't wait. Scam alert.
Reported on Feb 25, 2015
Student Loan Advisors. Scammers that talk students into paying them to pay their student loans. They charge fees to do what the student can do for free. The Federal Trade Commission is trying to shut down businesses such as this one. Report them to the FTC if you got mixed up with them.
Reported on Feb 25, 2015
I did not answer
Reported on Feb 25, 2015
Kevin