I have been scammed by a company about my identity.
Dec 5, 2019
Monetary Loss: $0
I was called by a person named Jenny Blake, phone was 1-800-772-1213, was told I had a arrest warrant in El Paso, Texas regarding fraud, that I did not know nothing about. She gave me several numbers: D88801, her badge #0*****9, the # of my case 47-*****. Talk to several people Gabrielle Diego and Sheriff Richard Wiltz, El Paso County Sheriff's Office. Gabrielle Diego told me to take all my money out of the bank and take it to Macy government center or something like that. Thank you for listening to my story.
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Tried to scam my ssi number
Dec 6, 2019
Monetary Loss: $0
Call me and said i would have 24 hours to pay money or get arrested for fraudulent usage i said scam and hung up.
I received a call on my cell phone (as listed above) and was connected to a computerized message stated that my social security number had suspicious activity and would I like to speak to a worker. I was then connected with a live person who began asking for my name to verify information. I believed this was a scam from the onset. I told him I was not providing any information to him and that if he was concerned he should already have my name. He replied he needed my name to verify information and that if I didn't provide the information my social security number would be suspended. I asked him the address of the federal office of Administration in DC. He provided an address "social security lane Maryland." Again I refused and told him it was a scam. He began mocking me and hung up. He had a thick accent.
Received a voicemail 12/17/19 from the above number stating we are investigating case file and this is our last attempt to reach you failure to contact us will be considered intentional fraud and will result in a lawsuit against me press 1 to be connected to the social security officer on the case.
Received a phone call from above number on my cell phone with a recorded message about fraudulent activity involving my social security number. I hung up before the call was over then called my local social security office in paris texas and the recorded message they had when they answered told me to report any potential scam to this web address.
Contacted at 08:44 on 01/10/2020 stating my social security number was associated with a car found in El Paso, Texas associated with 240,Ooo in drug money. I gave them my social security number. They had a former address of mine but not my current address. Because I would not give them further info they said they were going to send an officer to my address to investigate me. I told them to go ahead and send an officer.