State Investigation / IRS Review

Robo caller leaves a voicemail stating must call immediately to prevent a warrant being issued in a state investigation. Checked number, it’s from Forks WA. Call from number 360-203-0945. I call back – rings and rings and rings. Then ring sounds like it is switching over / transferring, click, your call cannot be completed as dialed and hangs up. I called again, not from my phone. A heavily accented woman says its the IRS. I said I was returning your call. She says we did not call you at the number that’s coming up on her caller id. I did not give my name, nor the number I received the call/voicemail on. She says what number are you calling, I repeated back the number I called 360-203-0945, oh, oh, not our number, abruptly hangs up.

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