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I got a call--[protected] from a Robert Smith claiming that I won around 4 million dollars. After speaking with Robert Smith, he said he was going to put an IRS agent on the phone. I told the supposed to be IRS agent that I did not believe him and he hung up on me. This Robert Smith thought I was a senior citizen. I suppose I am, being 58. I did not reveal any personal information and just let them talk. I tried calling back and was told by a computer that international calls are barred. I got a call back later and they wanted a $400.00 fee to release the prize money. I told them to give it to somebody else. Robert smith said his badge number is 124ACA. Somebody needs to stop this people from scamming seniors! Thank you! Mary McHenry

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    Mary McHenry Apr 08, 2016

    These people did not like what I had to say...because the called later that evening telling me that we met at church, and I said I did not go to church. He then changed his mind and said we met at Walmart and would like to become friends and take me out to dinner. I said I was married and thanks for thinking of me and hung up!

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