Federal Law Enforcement

A "federal law officer" named Mark ? contacted me by phone. He left a voicemail that said it was urgent for me to contact him. He had a very heavy Indian accent so it was difficult to understand all the details and his last name. When I called back, I got a woman named Kelly Smith – also with a heavy Indian accent which was hard to understand at times. She read a "report" to me and I was told to not interrupt her while she read it. It said that there was a warrant out for my arrest and a legal lawsuit against my name and identity. She said I owed the IRS an "education tax" from the past (Internal Revenue Code #6331H) and that because I had not responded to phone calls and emails, I would be arrested and put in jail or I could pay the fee ($13,000) within 45 minutes. When I told her I was not contacted by anyone and that I do not owe the IRS or an education tax, she became argumentative. When I told her I was looking her up and that I thought this was a fraudulent claim, she hung up.

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