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Victim Location 49331
Type of a scam Tax Collection

person called my land line claiming to be from the US treasury on feb 8th @ 12;35 pm. threatened with a federal judge or magistrate if I did not contact them right away.

Victim Location 02655
Type of a scam Sweepstakes/Lottery/Prizes

A man from Jamaica has been calling my mother's home phone and my cell phone (both are on the Do Not Call registry) for several weeks now, 10+ x a day, telling her she won a lot of money and asking her to send $100 to West Palm Beach FL. He is very nice on the phone but won't stop calling! She is a senior citizen and have had to turn off her cell phone to avoid getting his calls. I will be filing a complaint with the attorney general.

Victim Location 49504
Type of a scam Phishing

Received a phone message from 940-437-7076 instructing me to call them back at the same number regarding an enforcement action against me (or my husband? - no name was given as to who the action was against) by the "US Treasury." Further threatened that ignoring the message would result in further action with a grand jury, etc. Man's voice, thick foreign accent. Caller ID displayed only the number, no company/organization. Have heard of similar scams and have had no issues with the US Treasury for such an action, so I believe this to be someone out phishing for identifying information and thought I should report the number as instructed on your webpage

Type of a scam Phishing

Fake invoice fromitunes asking me to click for refund. Text below

Apple Receipt

APPLE ID *** BILLED TO: Store Credit




FEB 07, 2016





Die a Happy Man Tangled Up

Thomas Rhett

Song Durante’s iMac $10.99

One Call Away

Nine Track Mind

Charlie Puth

Song Durante’s iMac $9.99

Wildest Dreams


Taylor Swift

Song Durante’s iMac $12.99

Fight Song Wildfire

Rachel platten

Song Durante’s iMac $9.99

House Party Montevallo

Sam Hunt

Song Durante’s iMac $9.99

TOTAL $53.95

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Victim Location 82009
Total money lost $550
Type of a scam Other

I seen website online and after all the checking and all i purchased the puupy and to have shipped to me via air and was told to wire the money by money gram. I wired the money and the tea cup poodle puppy wa to be delivered on friday 2/5/16. He gentleman named Paul kepted in contact with me by email and text. They had their own shipper, whch the shipper contacted me and and gave me actual flight numbers and time which were true time and flights, only when flight came to my area no puppy was on it. I will also report the shipping agency as well.

Victim Location 65231
Type of a scam Nigerian/Foreign Money Exchange

Ji Ah Yoon

Jan 29 (9 days ago)

to mcintyred, mcintyred

Ji Ah Yoon

Jan 29 (9 days ago)

to mcintyred, mcintyred

Wesley Keith

Jan 29 (9 days ago)

to Ji

On Fri, Jan 29, 2016 at 4:45 PM, Ji Ah Yoon wrote:

whats up

Sgt.Monica Lin Brown

Jan 30 (8 days ago)

to me

I apologize to encroach into your privacy in this manner, I got your contact from a directory on the Internet here in Afghanistan. I find it pleasurable to offer you my partnership in business and i pray at this time that, your e-mail contact address is still valid. I know you don't know me but i meant no harm sending you this note, just that I don't have anyone out there to talk to, as I lost my parents in a car Accident, when I was 11 year old, I was raise up by my adopted parents, but they died years ago, the relatives of my adopted Parents throw me out of the house saying that I was not their real daughter. I know you can handle this money for me on till I come over to meet with you, we can also build friendship with this transaction. I lived in Lake Jackson, Texas before joining the Force.

You may be wondering why I choose to trust a delicate matter like this in the care of a stranger, but this is the best I can do in my present situation and I would have trusted this kind of project in the hands of my Husband who was my closest confidant, but I lost him to cancer on 22nd April, 2006 5 months after we got married, and my only brother has ruined his life with hard drugs, hence my decision to work with a neutral person if we can establish some trust between ourselves instead of confiding in my buddies back home so that this little secret can be preserved.

Let me start by introducing my self. My names are Sgt. Monica L. Brown, I am assigned to 782nd Brigade Support Battalion, 4th Brigade Combat Team, 82nd Airborne Division[3]. I am seeking your assistance to evacuate the sum of $10,500,000.00 (Ten Million, Five Hundred Thousand United States Dollars) as far as I can be assured that it will be safe in your care until I complete my service here.


I and some other high ranking Officers made some deal on oil business over there in Afghanistan before my exit to Iraq. The deal worth $132 Million United States Dollars and after we have all share the money I later realize $10.5 Million US DOLLARS which is my personal share of the deal, due to my status as a US Sergeant, I can not be able to move this huge funds to my account in United States to avoid further interrogation or face any kind of probation by the U.S government and I packaged my own share in a briefcase and have sent it to the Red-Cross society, because there is no other way out to keep it with me here, so with the help of a German contact working with the UN here (his office enjoys some immunity) I was able to get the package out to a safe location entirely out of trouble spot. He does not know the real contents of the package, as I have deposited the consignment as a family treasure. Your acceptance to this would encourage me to send further information for us to proceed.

Furthermore, If my offer is of no appeal to you, delete this message and forget I ever contacted you. Do not destroy my career because you do not approve of my proposal. I believe that such opportunities only come ones way once in a lifetime. I cannot let this chance pass me by. For once I find myself in total control of my destiny. This chance won't pass me by. I ask that you do not destroy my chance, if you will not work with me let me know and let me move on with my life but do not destroy me. If you give me positive signals, I will give you the relevant details and initiate this process towards a conclusion. I send you this mail not without a measure of fear as to what the consequences, but I know within me that nothing ventured is nothing gained and that success and riches never come easy or on a platter of gold. Do not betray my confidence.

If you wish to proceed with this, please get back to me.


Victim Location 40258
Type of a scam Other

I received an email that appeared to be from PayPal, telling me that someone had attempted to access my account, so it had been disabled. The email said to re-activate my account, I needed to log into my account via the link provided and re-enter my financial info. The email was in poor grammar and misspelled. I went to the actual PayPal site and was able to log in, no problem. PayPal did not send the email.

Victim Location 30309
Type of a scam Employment

A company called "The Perfect Gift" was advertising a advertisement around the Christm[censored]iday for a Christmas wrapper/ occasions gift wrapper they have you go through a hiring process and afterwards send you all the supplies that you will need to wrap the gifts. From that point they start sending you the gifts to wrap such as electronics, shoes, hard drives, blenders, watches ect..... When you receive the gift they then send you a assignment which includes how to wrap it what colors to use a assignment number a shipping label the gender of the person. When the gift is wrapped you have to send a picture of how you wrapped it in order for it to get approved, afterwards within two days they send you a email stating your assignment has been approved attached is a pre-paid shipping label and off to the post office you go. They compensate you with 30.00 per gift you wrap. Usually you receive 6-15 items a week first starting off small then eventually bigger items. They seem like they are working out of Russia although none of the items are being shipped out the US they was being sent most to Florida and Delaware.

Victim Location 92882
Total money lost $200
Type of a scam Advance Fee Loan

They called me and said I won a lone for 9000 dollors I could put the money on my mac terse card and I gave them my card number to M card then they said I had to pay 300 first to get the 9000 I told them to take it out of my winnings they said that couldn't do it that I said I didn't have 300 dollors they have been calling all day they called a said if I had any thing wot any third g to take to the pond shop for the 300 I stopped answering the phone they are stellar calling me what do I do now they have my card number and nave phone address name all of information

Victim Location 32084
Type of a scam Other

I received a pop-up window on my iPhone 6, offering to give me a free iPhone 7 in exchange for being a tester. I did not fall for it, so cannot give you any other information.

Type of a scam Employment

Scammers are now using job sites like Upwork to convince people they are hired and they advance money to them for 'working materials' in the form of a cheque. They insist you deposit the cheque in an ATM (not through a teller), withdraw the money to be forwarded onward to someone else.

The cheques they send are fake and PLEASE DO NOT CASH them!!! You will be liable to the bank to pay the bank back, and in the worst case, most likely have your accounts closed and unable to open new accounts anywhere else, and possibly be charged or investigated for money laundering.

Some tips when job hunting online:

1) ask for confirmation of whom you are talking to - ask at the very least for a employee ID card from the interviewer

2) get their location and verify it.

3) ensure they are communicating from their corporate email address. Using a free service like Yahoo, or GMail is a good tell tale sign they are fake, and/or if they use free chat apps like Hangout to 'interview you'.

4) never advance money to an potential employer. If they don't provide what you need to do your job, they probably are not legitimate

5) watch especially for 'work at home' opportunities. These are easy targets to hide suspicious trends in their scam

6) especially watch since the job market is not the most favorable in areas with job losses; these scammers prey on those in dire times. Be careful.

Victim Location 11201
Type of a scam Family/Friend Emergency

Our babysitter received a call on her cell phone saying that my husband and I had been in a car accident and were in the hospital. The caller said we had hit the caller's nephew and that he was seriously injured. He used our first and last names. We were driving at the time (we hardly ever drive, so this was an odd coincidence). Our babysitter became hysterical, thinking we were injured, and hung up on the man and called us.

Victim Location 34758
Type of a scam Other

Calls daily for a safety survey, asked to remove my number from their list. Have been yelled at and hung up on. Attempts to contact number results in message that it is not a working number.

Victim Location 11229
Type of a scam Utility

Representatives from ESCO our showing up at are doors claiming to be working for ConEd, doesn't matter how much you refuse to open your door, they keep knocking and insisting that you show them your bill. That there is a message on the back on your ConEd and National Grid bills and because us (customers) didnt reply, he has to come door to door to get this information. That we are due a refund on the taxes we have paid. After I refused to show him my bills he got very agitated and said he comes from the New York State Public Service Commission and that the law entitles his to get this info from me!!

Victim Location 10036
Type of a scam Sweepstakes/Lottery/Prizes

Not really a fake charity but a contest where publisher clearing house says I won 1000000 usd when I hover over the email what comes up is an address that appears unrelated. I am not sure how to attach the email.

Victim Location 14882
Type of a scam Tax Collection

Said he was Kevin Mason calling about an enforcement action executed by the US Treasury requiring your immediate att, Ignoring this will be a federal criminal offense and I advise you to cooperate with us. Call us at 708-377-9155

Victim Location 14224
Type of a scam Tax Collection

I received a call from 706-844-1784 saying they were from the treasury department and it is about my tax filed in 2011. His name was Dennis Gray. They went on to tell me that a warrant was issued for my arrest if I did not respond. The first call in made I asked for more information and the person hung up on me. I called back and someone named Paul Anderson answered and told me the same information. He asked me who filed my taxes that year but I did not tell him. I asked him if this was a scam and he replied --did I ask for money or an account number? I then asked him if I was sent out a notice and when and he slipped up and said in 2010. I was then told again that there is an arrest warrant out for me -- i asked him if the police were going to come to my home and he said yes and then hung up.

Victim Location 12477
Type of a scam Tax Collection

Fri. Feb. 5 approx. 11:22 AM I received a call on my home phone (registered NY and Fed. Do Not Call lists) from a Steve Martin claiming to represent the US Treasury Dept. and telling me that I needed to call him and that ignoring the request was a Federal criminal offense. His call-back number given was (972)-391-7144 which is a Texas number here in the US. He had a foreign accent. If he is calling from a US number why cannot that be tracked down and charges filed against him?

Victim Location 95762
Type of a scam Phishing

Email purports to be from Seagate. Fill out survey and be entered into drawing for $100 gift card.

Victim Location 12180
Type of a scam Tax Collection

I received three voice mail messages on 2/5/16 from a person claiming to be David Gray from the U.S. Treasury. He said he was contacting me regarding an enforcement action by the US Treasury intending serious action and by ignoring this I will be forced to appear before a Magistrate or Grand Jury for a federal criminal offense. He advised me to cooperate with him and let him help me. Each message left a different phone number to call. The numbers he left were 206/777-8048 and 206/900-9216.

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