IRS Scams

Said they were the IRS

 

My Complaint: Got a phone call on our home phone saying they, a male foreigner, was from the IRS and that someone had gotten my Social Security card. I hung up right away. I waited a day and then called the SS office to verify it was indeed a scam and when they said it was I called the number and the foreigner answered SS I told him I knew he was a liar and that I reported him and shame on him. Then I hung up on him. Called back again and the line was bust for 15 minutes.

 

My Demand: Nothing, I called the SS office and verified it is a scam.

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