5. December 2016 at 8:43 #1303
Here you will read about different ways of scams. Don’t fall for them.5. December 2016 at 8:43 #850
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HUGE FRAUD!!! This guy selling used cars he is a scam. He buys cars with problems and sell them for a huge profit. For example he sold me a car with blow gasket the fixing was estimate on 3500$.
He never sign the title keep the title as he both the car and he drive it with dealer plate so even if you bring him in the cord there is nowhere his name or signature.5. February 2017 at 11:19 #1334
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I received a call this morning while I was in a work meeting. I ignored the call considering I was in a leadership meeting at my client s worksite. I then checked my voicemail to ensure it wasn t a call that needed my immediate response. In the voicemail the person said her name was Catherine West, then she informed me that the call was to let me know that there was a legal case that had been filed against me. She mentioned that I was under federal investigation and that I needed to call her back (then told me her number, same as my missed call).
She then said that if she did not receive a call back from me, they would forcefully transfer my case to the courthouse resulting in legal action. I called back in panic the second I listened to this not knowing what to expect. During this call she referenced case #IR699549 and said that there were 3 allegations against me (violation of some federal law, providing misleading information to the IRS and tax evation for not responding to a letter they sent me in the mail 2 months ago). She then proceeded to tell me that I was not to interrupt her because this call was being recorded for both IRS and Dpt of Homeland Security and that if I hung up it would be considered as if I was trying to hide or evate. She then proceeded to say that she was sending out a warrant out for my arrest to take place at my work place and referenced the outstanding amount of $3.987 that I apparently showed to be owing the IRS due to an audit they have been conducting on me dating back to 5-7 yrs.
She then started telling me about what she was showing in the system. She seemed to have way too much information that made it seem more believable and made me feel really uncomfortable. It also did not help that I did actually have a situation previously when I was legitimately randomly audited by the IRS. I asked for her supervisor because I kept reiterating that I had not received anything in the mail regarding any case being filed against me in the mail nor any letters from the IRS. She sent me over to her supervisor and I was again on the phone for about another hour. This all transpired during my working hours where I was freaking out basically thinking they were going to have some random police officer show up at my work place and pull me out.
Her supervisor told me I had two options, to pay for at least some of the balance and have a homeland security person, 1 local police officer and 1 IRS representative come meet me and my lawyer downstairs or to have them take legal action and have a warrant be sent to my local authorities and have them detain me today at work or at home. I proceeded with caution, they never asked for any sensitive information, and it didn t get unbelieable until he said that I had to go meet them to put a deposit down at least in order to convert the money into a voucher so that I wouldn t get arrested. He mentioned Apple Pay… that s where he lost me. I was literally crying during this phone call and was off my work station for about 2 hours trying to get it all figured out.
I then looked it up and also called my parents. They told me it was a scam and that they had looked up that apparently there are a ton of cases similar to mine. So, I filed a complaint to the IRS regarding this being another scam out there. I nearly had a damn heart attack trying to figure all of this out. It may sound like it wasn t that big of a deal but it was horrible. Don t fall for it.9. March 2017 at 18:16 #1541
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I had a man calling about a Government school grant. when he called he asked for my 8year old son 1st red flag after I told him that he said it was fine I could do it as well and that was my 2nd red flag then he said it
He said was going transfer me to a school and he said the lady would as me questions and if I answers all of them right I would receive the grant And then he gave me all the answer to the question the lady was going to ask he said if I did that then I would be approved but he kept saying to me not to say anything about the money or grant 3rd red flag …
So I hung up and googled the number I haven t found anything yet but I found this page on my second search so I wanted to post this 1st so maybe it can help someone else but I will keep looking but this has SCAME ALL OVER IT !!!22. August 2017 at 16:06 #1987
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“Please Allow This Comment. 1-208-248-7718 The card service scammers WILL service your credit cards, BUT, when they finish servicing them, they will leave NO available credit remaining! People that are fooled into having their cards serviced will be charged a MINIMUM of $795.00, and many times the ENTIRE credit amount remaining on the card. The card service scammers are a disgusting group of degenerates, who prey mainly on the low income, and the elderly, but will cheat anyone that they can! The “Do Not Call List” is only effective against legal firms that have a legal footprint where they can be prosecuted. “The Caller Id” means nothing because they can type in anything they want, for any or every phone call, so there s no legal significance to it. They are so illegal they don t care about anything you have to say. They only value info they can use to access accounts with money in them. Or scare you or your relatives into sending them money. They have all the time in the world. They fear nothing. You can t threaten them, can t insult them, can t reason with them in any way. They want to engage you in any conversation they can. The more discussion, the greater the chance to understand you and your vulnerabilities, and use it against you and yours. By the way antagonizing them doesn t do much either. They just get nastier on the phone to you or the next person they talk to. If they can wrangle you up, irritate you, get your goat, it just charges them up, builds their egos, for the next go round with you or the next person. A single $1000.00 hit can, where they live, feed and motivate them and their families for months and months. They are just taking advantage of dumb, stupid, rich Americans. It s best to understand that there s no way to stop them, like a force of nature, (hunger, greed, squalor) they ll just keep coming, undaunted, unending. Don t let them “get your goat”, just be the person who you are, and get on with your life. Oh yes, and cut and paste this comment to all other “Report phone number comment columns” share the information with others who need to hear this. Regards. 9:23 PM 8/18/2017″
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