Pretending to be IRS Review

This is a scam to trick you into thinking you owe the IRS money and if you do not pay it that you will be arrested by a warrent getting issued. I hate to say it but this has been an ongoing scam and is still happening. I live in Charlotte, NC and a number from Seattle, WA has been calling my cell for over a week now. They left a voicemail yesterday day saying I need to contact them before a warrent is issued for my arrest. The IRS doesn’t issue warrants of arrest they also do not contact you by phone, only by mail. I am letting everyone know that these people are relentless and will keep calling block the numbers and report the numbers to the IRS, FCC, & your local authorities. I hope these people are found.

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