The telephone number 831-417-3428 was being searched 138 times. The last time it was checked was 5/26/2020 10:43:15 AM . 2 comments were added to this telephone number . Other ways of searching this number are: 8314173428 , 1-831-417-3428 . Prefix 831 is the area code of Salinas, CA . So far 1 users have classified this telephone number as IRS scam , 1 users have classified this telephone number as Unknown .
23 Feb 2020
Some guy keeps calling saying he is going to kill me.
Category: IRS scam
14 Feb 2020
It is good that there are such pages. It is easy to find out who called you. But this time I didn't find answer who called me. Anybody can help me to find it out ??. I'm searching info about number 8314173428 . They called me already three times. The first call was 2/14/2020
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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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A few signs that may indicate telephone fraud
- They want you to invest in something
- They want your credit card data
- Caller trying to get you to buy something over the phone will offer a bonus or free gift if you purchase what they are selling right away
- The caller says you have been selected to receive a grant for something from the government, but you need to pay a processing fee
- The caller may say you have won a free vacation or some other prize, but there is a shipping or handling fee, so they need your credit card information to send it to you
- If you get a call from someone selling tickets to a big-prize lottery from another country
- If you miss a call from an unfamiliar number and it only rang once, do not call back out of curiosity. It can redirects you to a pay-per-minute number that plays a fake recorded message
- They offer to fix your computer
- They are collecting for a charity you have never heard of. Fake charities will insist on your credit card number.
- They want your personal information
- They are collecting a debt which you do not remember incurring