Homeowner’s Association

I received a phone call from a local number. The caller said her name was Erin and she was from the home owners association I told her "I don’t own a home". She hung up. I tried to call back right after the call ended and it said the call cannot be completed as dialed. This is a definite phishing scam!!!

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