Court Retrieval

Received call from 202-864-0790. Did not pick up. Received text message transcript of voicemail asking me to call 410-216-1091. Seemed to have wrong person, so I called back on the initial 202- number. Was routed through several people, gave initial phone number and case number. Put on hold for several minutes. Hung up. Received call back from 320-318-4078, this time they used my informal name in the voicemail left. I called back to the 410- number and got the name Jason Wagner. He could not find what he had initially called me about. Said he was looking for a "Kristin Duns". I said that was not who I am. He asked what number I was at. I told him he knew, but I gave him my number again. He asked if that was affiliated with my gmail address. I asked how he had my gmail address and my number, he said he would need my secondary number. I told him I had none. He replied he could not provide service without it, and I said, then I think he has the wrong number, that he was a scam, and that he should apologize for taking my time. (Any right business would apologize at this point…) He began to argue with me that he *would not apologize*…and then I hung up.Note: I have past affiliations in the state from which the area codes are from – a likely sign of a scamming operation.

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