The message left on my machine was generic, in that it did not specify whom was being targeted by the IRS.This is the message left on my machine twice in one day; once at 11:22 am & again at 12:02 pm:The moment you read this message I want you or your regent attorney of record to return the call. This issue I have is extremely time sensitive and very urgent. We have received a legal finish and notice against your name regarding tax fraud and tax evasion. Now before things get worse and before things get out of hand. Do call us back immediately. The number where you can reach us is 352-458-5535 again the number is 352-458-5535. Don’t disregard this message and do return the call. If I don’t hear from you or your attorney eda. The only thing we can do is wish you good luck as this situation unfolds upon you. Once again this is an automated message from IRS. The agent case in charge of your case is Jeff Black. Thank you and have a good day; Bye.The wordage as well as the tone of the message threw up all kinds of red flags for me, so I wrote down the message and then contacted you (the ScamPulse.com scam report). I did not return the phone call! I remembered hearing about a scam like this last year so I thought that I would inform you that it is still going on or has started again in our area (83605). As you can easily find out, the phone area code listed above is for Gainesville, Florida. I hope this helps.