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1-808-940-0838 is a Landline number located in "Urban Honolulu", HI .

8089400838 is provided by VONAGE NETWORK INC. .

This number has been searched 49 times, users have left 16 comments .

So far 14 users have classified this telephone number as Scam suspicion , 2 users have classified this telephone number as IRS scam .

General information

Searches: 49

User reviews: 16

Usage: Landline

Location: "Urban Honolulu", HI

Last checked: 09/27/2022

1-808-940-0838 Users reviews:

22 Sep 2022

Text picture of Mark Kelly and Dave Lach holding onto each others junk asking if I want a link to a video of them spilling their man juices all over each other to text my credit card number and they will send the link. Um, no thanks.

Category: Scam suspicion

22 Sep 2022

some sock cucker calling here to ask for bank info because he said I paid too much in taxes last year and he wants to refund direct deposit to my account........just needs my routing and account number, and oh my password too.

Category: IRS scam

22 Sep 2022

Mark Kelly calling & telling me he still has his receipt for his gerbil and wants to know if he can return it because it's not his size.

Category: Scam suspicion

22 Sep 2022

They tried to take 99.95 out of my bank account which was denied due to fraud alert. Then called 2 times this morning about 3 minutes apart which I did not answer. Caller id said SHRM HR Trends. Do not answer their calls! They are calling from outside the United States. Came through the bank as ULTCREW VEGAS CONFERENCE.

Category: Scam suspicion

22 Sep 2022

Caller said her name is Lily Thompson and she's offering a porno of her doing Mark Kelly on the conference room table via her zoom account and all she needs for me to watch would be my credit card number so she can make a ""small"" charge and confirm that I'm not a minor. I told Lily Thompson not interested in being scammed today. She went on to tell me how she's going to polish Mark Kelly's knob like I've never seen before. I told her I don't care if she can suck a golf ball through a 50 foot garden hose, she's of no interest to me and she's not going to get my credit card number. At that point she told me to go F myself, go F my granny, and go F my mamma and hung up on me.

Category: Scam suspicion

22 Sep 2022

Caller: Hello. I’m calling from the Social Security Administration. We’ve sent you several letters, which you’ve failed to answer, and so I’m calling to let you know that there’s been suspicious activity on your account and you need to take immediate action. Me: Excuse me. What did you say your name was? Caller: I’m from the Social Security Administration. You need to take immediate action, otherwise you may be arrested for fraud. Me: I’m sorry. I don’t think you’re really from the Social Security Administration. Caller: What? You don’t believe me? Why don’t you believe me? I’m from the U.S. Social Security Administration. What makes you say that I’m not? Me: No, you’re not from the Social Security Administration. I know better than that, because the Social Security Administration doesn’t call people up out of the blue like this. Caller: Yes, we do. I’m from the Social Security Administration. I can’t believe you don’t believe me. If you don’t follow my instructions immediately, you will be arrested and put in jail. We will send the police to come to your house and arrest you for fraud and nonpayment of taxes and — Me: Wait a minute, sir. Don’t threaten me. I know you’re not from the government and you know that I know you’re not from Social Security. What I want to know is how you got my phone number? Caller: The government has all phone numbers. We have your driver’s license and other information about you. You’re putting yourself at great risk. I’ve already said that we sent you letters which you didn’t answer — Me: Oh, yeah. You did say that. What address did you send the letters to? Caller: [pauses] Uh…Um.. I have it here. . . [Hangs up]

Category: Scam suspicion

22 Sep 2022

Got a text from this number with a link to click if I want to watch Stella Hernandez eat out Claire Anderson in the mail room of their office. I don't click on links from scammers or unknown numbers. Pretty sure Stella and Claire don't have any video to watch but clicking will get their attention and guaranteed you'll be scammed by them nasty beotches.

Category: Scam suspicion

22 Sep 2022

poor english speaker told me i was going to be arrested for back taxes if i didn't go to best buy and purchase some gift cards in the amount to total $3200.00 and call him back with the numbers on the back of the cards

Category: IRS scam

22 Sep 2022

My advice to any respectable person reading this, if you accosted by Mark Kelly and his scam phone call, just know he's about as reliable as a street corner con artist, run for the hills! If you get a call from LM (aka Lying Mark) a real champion of integrity-know that he's in the business of selling scams and snake oil. I suggest hitting IGNORE. He's not a stranger to reeling in honest people to his scam only to set them up for credit card fraud. LM is a complete and utter waste of time. Clearly, my experience with lying Mark is nothing short of disgusting. Nope he didn't rip me off but I'm not pulling any punches here when it comes to rotten scammers (and their lying friends in their little call centers) who try and take advantage of upstanding people.

Category: Scam suspicion

22 Sep 2022

phuck tards texted me and want to know what i thought of daddy biden as president. i texted them back FJB let's go Brandon and for some reason they quit texting me

Category: Scam suspicion

22 Sep 2022

unsolicited text with a survey about presidential poll numbers. I did not reply because that just tells them the list of numbers they bought illegally on the dark web are active. Pretty sure they already know the country's opinion of said president so I just blocked the number.

Category: Scam suspicion

22 Sep 2022

sorry old lass claimed he was Mark Kelly trying his best whilst drunk to read from a script on how to con me out of my credit card. i felt sorry for the old chap, but not sorry enough to "lend" him him credit card number as he requested. Wanted my card so he could have money to run for some kind of bogus election but he couldn't remember where he was running or what he was running for.....said he knew it wasn't for president, but couldn't remember because he was drunk.

Category: Scam suspicion

22 Sep 2022

Me after pressing 1 to get a live person: ""Hello could you please remove me from the list?"" Indian Man: ""ok, f!ck yourself, f!ck your mother, f!ck your grandmother, f!ck your whole family"" hangs up

Category: Scam suspicion

22 Sep 2022

I told him to quit calling me while I was in school plus I'm not old enough yet to have a credit card. He asked me if I was a pretty school girl and then started talking nasty dirty sex talk to me. He wanted to know my bra size and told me he's playing with his giant baby maker in his hand. He said he knows where I live and might come over sometime and spank my bare butt or lick my nipples. Because of him now I want to move 🤬

Category: Scam suspicion

22 Sep 2022

Unsolicited text about real estate. No Clue as to what I own. Eradication of these wasted text generators cannot come soon enough.

Category: Scam suspicion

22 Sep 2022

🤬🤬🤬🤬 Says his name is Mohammad & he has used ISIS brides for sale--cheap. 🤬🤬🤬🤬

Category: Scam suspicion

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What is IRS Scam ?

IRS impersonation scams involve scammers targeting American taxpayers by pretending to be Internal Revenue Service (IRS) collection officers. The scammers operate by placing disturbing official-sounding calls to unsuspecting citizens, threatening them with arrest and frozen assets if thousands of dollars are not paid immediately.

Thousands of people have lost millions of dollars and their personal information to tax scams. Scammers use the regular mail, telephone, or email to set up individuals, businesses, payroll and tax professionals. The IRS doesn't initiate contact with taxpayers by email, text messages or social media channels to request personal or financial information.

The IRS isn't exactly modern. If it needs to get in touch with a taxpayer, it sends a letter - not an email, not a phone call, and definitely not a message over social media. Especially in cases of tax fraud. Never return a phone call from someone claiming to be with the IRS.

The US Department of Justice says the IRS never discusses personal tax issues through unsolicited emails or texts, or over social media. Always be wary if you are contacted by someone claiming to be from the IRS who says you owe money. If you think you are a victim of identity theft or tax fraud, you should report it to the Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration. The IRS also has detailed instructions on what to do if you are a victim of tax fraud.


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Additional informations for number 8089400838

United States

+1

Honolulu, HI

09/27/2022

49


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