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Phone number: (866) 978-6618

First check date: 06/19/2017 21:25

Last checked: 02/19/2018 14:45

Location: USA, Toll-free Service

Area code: 866

There has been a total of 8 comments left about the phone number.

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david 19 Jun 2017

rip off, scam. avoid them.
Caller: rip off clime he is an IRS agent

Alma20 Jun 2017

IRS scam!
Caller: Supposedly IRS

Jim20 Jun 2017

Got a call today from this #. Automated message accusing me of tax fraud. BULLS**T! For starters, I'm diligent about that stuff. Secondly, IRS will never call you. They will send you very official letter mail. BEWARE - scammers are everywhere. If you answer I'm sure they'll try to pressure you into sending your hard-earned money to them.
Caller: Automated message supposedly from IRS

Cory20 Jun 2017

Got a Call from this number i let IT go to voice mail, i have voicemail transcription on my cell line... and this is what i got: Voicemail Transcription: I R S the matter at hand is extremely time sensitive and urgent as after all that we found that there was a fraud and misconduct on your tax which you are hiding from the federal government this need to be rectified immediately so do return the call as soon as you receive the message the toll free number is 186-697-8661 extension 8 I repeat again 186-697-8661 extension 8 thank you. So i called back knowing IT was fake because i live in sweden but still have my cell on a voice over IP so i can be reached by My kids.. this was so fun The Guy sounds like hes from India Could not tell Me what state he's calling from, IRS employee#. Word of advice when you get Calle like this dont give your name IF they ask for IT dont confirm anything.. call the IRS at there phone number and wait on Holden for ever ( this Guy picked up directly) and IF your concerned ask them question.. From my experience as a tax perpare, they Will not just call you out of the blue like that...
Caller: Some India sounding Guy

Kk21 Jun 2017

Got a call from this number today. Asked me to deposit money at a close by location. Sounds so fake.

Billiy23 Jun 2017

Call today from this Number claiming that there is a problem with the IRS and "fraud" and I need to call a number to rectify. This is a total scam. The IRS never operates this way with a robo-call accusing someone of fraud. The IRS would send multiple letters because the IRS has to give people due process rights. There is no way that the IRS could possibly call tax payers this way. This is complete SCAM!
Caller: Scam

chicagoguy28 Jun 2017

Got a call from 866-978-6618. They left an automated and computerized voice message saying an urgent matter with the IRS and I need to call them back. Knowing it was a scam, I called back. Took a couple tries. Called once and they picked up but said nothing. Another time said hello and never said anything after. Finally got a guy to talk. He stated he was officer Logan Williams (had an Indian accent). Sounded loud in the background. He gave me his badge number, case number and arrest warrant number and told me I owed 4K in taxes to the US Government. I then lied and said "But I'm Canadian" (I'm not) and he got tripped up, said he has to check his records and call me back. Then hung up. He did know my full name, so it wasn't just a random call. So just be careful everyone!
Caller: 866-978-6618
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