The Infernal Revenue Service is gonna arrest me again!!!!
October 3, 2017 1:24pm CST
Oh, wait...that's Internal. But anyway, yeah. Seems an audit of my account (I don't know what account, they didn't specify) turned up some irregularities and this is my last chance to take care of it before the warrant is issued for my arrest and I need to call 775-591-4282 and speak to Officer John about it. So I called him. He probably wishes he hadn't answered the phone now. Funny thing is, now he won't take any more calls from me. I think maybe I upset his delicate ears or something like that. I love messing with phone spammers.
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• Worcester, England
@JolietJake I get a lot of mail to the legal occupier of xxxxxxx. They are real but my thoughts are if you don't know my name I don't owe you any money/information Every tax and bill is taken automatically for me so anything else I don't give a shiit about. My main mail is from the electoral role which is a legal requirement that I choose not to be a part of.
• United States
LOL. I've had plenty of calls where the person said he or she is from the Internal Revenue Investigating Department or something like that. I never picked up the phone but the voicemail always said there is a warrant for my arrest and that I need to call them back... That's the reason I don't pick up calls from unknown numbers. Even after blocking the number they called from they'd call back again but from a different number... so annoying! And to think that there are people who actually take this stuff seriously and call them back, or actually pick up the phone, and give up their personal info and get screwed over. I picked up the call once when they first started calling me (not knowing who it was) but since then I never pick up calls from unknown numbers. If it's important, whoever is calling can leave a message. Perhaps I should pick up the phone once and play with them... Oh, if only I had the guts to do it.
The first time I did it, I called back, and they asked me for my name. I told them they already had it if they had my number and a warrant had been issued for me. They said they needed it to 'verify' who they were talking to. I told them to read me the social security number they had for me and I'd tell them if it matched my name. And it all went downhill from there. I love getting these people so mad they hang up on me.
• United States
@JolietJake I like it how they call you from a number with your local area code so that you are more likely to pick up the call. I get calls from a certain number with my local area code. I never pick up when I get calls from that number. They never leave a voicemail. Wonder if it's the same people?
@lovebuglena I had someone send me a rude text a few months back because I had allegedly called them about something. Wasn't me, someone had 'spoofed' my number...but the person texting me insisted that no, it was me and so on and so forth...makes me wanna throw my danged phone away sometimes.