YMAX Communication Mobile — IRS Phone scam
I receveid my first automated phone call on 12/22/14 and then one again today on 12/23/14. the automated call is form a female identifying herself as an IRS Agent named Julie Smith. She claims it is a "time sensitive issue" and I must not disregard. If I do they may take action against me. I don't have caller ID but when I did a serach on the number they directed me to call, it goes to a YMAX Communication Mobile in Ignacio, CA. I did call back and got a male with a thick foreign accent that I could not understand. The first time I gave him a fictious name. I tod him i was Sadie Hawkins and that he was calling the wrong number. I was ready to give him the "correct" number which, by the way was the number to ym local FBI office. He did not take the bait. He did ask my occupation and would not provide it.. Today I get the same automated phone call. I did call the numbre back again adn this time told the very same man as the previosu day that I had notified the FBI and Inspectro General of the Treasury Office of this phone scam against the IRS and he he continued to call me I woudl take further legal action and I hung up. I have spoken to teh FBI and was instructed to go to www.tigta.gov and go to the "red" box on the right to file a complaint. If you are receving the same IRS phone scams please contact the Treasury Office at the website I provided.