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(512) 714-3919 is an IRS Scam

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  • Transcript Lo this call is officially a final notice from I.R.S. Internal Revenue Service the reason of this call is to inform you that I.R.S. is filling a lawsuit on your name because you have tried to do a fraud with the I.R.S. Internal Revenue Service and we are taking a legal action and we are issuing an arrest warrant on your name to get more information regarding this case file just call us back on our department number 512-714-3919 I will repeat 851-271-4391 extension 9 thank you.
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  • Call Activity Low Last detected 1 year ago

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