Impostor: IRS

got a phone call from a 585 area code, I never answer anything that’s out of state that I don’t recognize. they told me that I had several serious allegations in my name and that if I don’t get in contact with headquarters they will send the local police to arrest me. it was a robot voice not an actual person.I didn’t answer, nor called the number back.

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