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Some nasty lady with an attitude called a work # and asked to speak with Jason.
I told her there was no Jason here and asked who was calling? She said why does that matter if there is no Jason there. I said perhaps she was looking for someone else at my company and had the wrong name.
She said she had the right name and why do I need to know whos calling.
I said I'm sorry lady but you called me and you don't have to be so rude.
What a mean person with an evil spirit!
Clearly an intrusive, illegal call even though we're on the Do No Call List. If Congress gave a damn about us consumers, it would pass legislation to end these robocalls. It'd be easy and effective, but Congress is bribed by the very companies who harass us, so nothing will be done.
These unknown individuals have several other numbers beginning with 915 320 7495/ 7490/7491/7496/7490/7498. They are very persistent and you call back and reply with voice message " Dock or DOC out to us?"
Call at 5 a.m.
It's a ROBOCALL from MAGIC JACK offering "Free Phone Calls".
01/09/2020. At about 10:45am I received a call from a lady who identified herself as Catherine Lee from SSA (800 Service 1 800 481 4592, Case No. CF587920) telling me my SS ID had been compromised and was being used in connection with drug trafficking, money laundering and other criminal acts which occurred in Texas, and are associated with an abandoned black Toyota in Houston, TX, rented under my name. Also crimes in El Paso. Additional crimes of which I am implicated include possession of 22 lbs of cocaine and 25 different fraudulent bank accounts. Possible perpetrator names: Julian Ramirez and John Rubio Gonzalez. Fraudulent money transfers to Mexico - $500,000. I spent about thirty minutes on the phone with this "agent". Then Ms. Lee transferred me to another agent allegedly at the DEA. He did not identify himself otherwise. I spoke to him (1 915 320 2257) for half an hour or more. He told me my SS ID would be cancelled within 48 hrs or so if I didn't cooperate and do EXACTLY what he was telling me, or I would be charged with one or more felonies in short order. He said I needed to go immediately to my bank and withdraw all but $50 from my checking account, in cash. I must make up some plausible reason for this withdrawal but not to even hint about the conversation we are having, or the circumstances surrounding the criminal activities of which I am accused. I followed his direction to the letter. Once completed I should go to my local Walgreens and buy four $500 Visa gift cards, deposit $1000 in two of them with one cashier, and then $1000 with another cashier. In advance I was instructed to separate out the two batches of $1000, and to place them in two different pockets of my pants or jacket. Again, must not in front of the Walgreens clerks mention any of the real circumstances surrounding my behavior. I went to the Walgreens. It didn't take long for the cashiers and manager to sense what was going on, in my hurried and somewhat confused state, all the while with me on the phone line receiving directions from the DEA "agent". The Walgreens folks quickly told me, actually shouted at me, that this was a familiar scam, that I should immediately hang up which I did. Then I walked straight to the local police station to report the experience (Precinct #24, first spoke to officer Urana Paulino, then later left a message for her to call me back). All this transpired WITH AN OPEN PHONE, either landline at home or smartphone, from about 10:45am to about 12:30pm.
this exact scam happened to us on 8/9/2019. Not sure how he planned to get us to buy gift cards for him. We live 1500 miles away. Do NOT give bank info or SSN to somebody who calls you.
This phone number is associated with an Impersonator of Mr. Kyle Williamson of the Drug Enforcement Agency. This man first states that he is speaking on behalf of the Social Security Administration, Treasury Department, Homeland Security and the DEA. He will try to befriend you by stating that he is going to help you because your social security number and name was used for renting a car in Texas. The rental car was abandoned and the police found blood residue and $223,000.00 in cash in this car. The police then raided a residence where they found 22 pounds of cocaine and some additional money. He then states that my social security number will be canceled and a new number issued tomorrow and that I will get an appointment time at the Social Security office to obtain the new number. He then rushed me into my car, stayed on the phone the whole time and had me go to Home Depot to purchase (3) $500.00 Game Stop gift cards. He stated that I needed to "protect" my money that is unused on my credit card because my social security number is canceled which will stop me from using my credit card for 7 - 9 years. Therefore, in purchasing the gift cards will allow for the Social Security Agency to issue me a Treasury Check in payment for these three cards. He then told me to do the same with two other credit cards up to the limit of the cards so that I can get reimbursed for all of the 3 credit cards. I visited the Social Security office, spoke with the DEA and visited the local police department. All three agencies told me that this scam is going on daily to the tune of 10 incidents per day. PLEASE BEWARE AND NOT FALL FOR THIS SCAM. They are very convincing and very thorough. There were a total of four different individuals involved. One for the Social Security Administration originally making the phone call, then the person you speak to at the return call number who will then forward the call to the alleged Treasury Department where the impersonator Kyle Williamson will speak to you. Then you will get a phone call from your local police department that there is an arrest warrant requested by Kyle Williamson because I ceased speaking to Kyle Williamson. It is a very well planned scam administered by very professional scammers. Except for the call from an alleged policeman, the other parties sounded like foreign nationals because of the heavy accent that they have. BEWARE PLEASE.
He said my ss number had been used