Scam Phone Calls from 360-589-5965, 315-515-4953, 315-549-6341

Scam Phone Calls from 360-589-5965, 315-515-4953, 315-549-6341

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We have received voice mail messages from 360-589-5965, 315-515-4953, and 315-549-6341 purporting to be from the IRS or the U.S. Treasury Department. Don’t fall victim to these types of scams. The IRS or the U.S. Treasury Department usually never calls or leaves voice mail messages. If there is ever an issue with your taxes, or a legal matter with the IRS, they will send a certified letter to you.

Scam Phone Call from 360-589-5965 (11/28/2017)

Here is a transcript of the voice mail message:

Irs internal revenue service the reason behind this call is to inform you that I rs is filing a lawsuit against you to get more information try to reach on our immediate department number. Which is 360-589-5965. I repeat 360-589-5965. Thank you.

Scam Phone Call from 360-589-5965


Scam Phone Call From 315-515-4953 (11/9/2017)

Here is a transcript of the voice mail message:

Is intended to contact you regarding an enforcement action executed by the us treasury intending you’re serious attention ignoring this will be an intentional second attempt to avoid initial appearance before a magistrate judge or a grand jury for a federal criminal offense. This is the final attempt to reach you to resolve this issue immediately and to speak to a federal agents. Call us back on 315-515-4953. I repeat 315-515-4953. Thank you.

Scam Phone Call from 315-515-4953


Scam Phone Call From 315-549-6341 (11/8/2017)

Here is a transcript of the voice mail message:

Is intended to contact you regarding an enforcement action executed by the us treasury intending you’re serious attention ignoring this will be an intentional second attempt to Avoid initial appearance before a magistrate judge or a grand jury for a federal criminal offense. This is the final attempt to reach you to resolve this issue immediately and to speak to a federal agents call us back on 315-549-6341. I repeat 315-549-6341. Thank you.

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These types of phone calls are scams that target unsuspecting people by pretending to be calling from the IRS or the U.S. Treasury Department. A Google search reveals that this type of scam has been around for some time. 

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5 Comments to “Scam Phone Calls from 360-589-5965, 315-515-4953, 315-549-6341”

  1. I received a phone call from about IRS the phone number that called me is +1-315-888-0328. Saying there was a warrant issues for me. I want this to stop. What can I do about this. Please help

    1. Unfortunately Margie, there is not much you can do about it since they are most likely calling you from outside the US. Best advice is don’t answer their call or simply hang up on them if you happen to answer their call. You might also try contacting your phone company and have them block the number. Hope this helps.

    1. There’s no law against anyone calling them back! Doing so though may have unintended consequences, such as more unwanted phone calls – harassing in nature. On the flip side, doing so ties up the scammers time, thus preventing them from victimizing more of the unsuspecting.

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