First IRS – First IRS Threatened me at my job!…

I was contacted at my JOB today by someone who told me I owed money and referenced a “bank account” that I had at DP Bank. First, I asked why he was calling me at work; and then when I questioned the information he had, he began to threaten me with a lawsuit. I do not have or have ever had an account with a DP Bank. I immediately hung up at him. I work for a Doctor at a front desk position so this is quite embarassing. As soon as I hung up, he called back. I again told him I was at work and I was not permitted to receive personal phone calls and what he was doing is illegal. He told me he had every right to do this. I hung up again. He called again. Since we have caller ID at work, I just lifted up the receiver and hung up. He called back AGAIN. This time a co-worker answered the phone. He tried to get my office address before I stopped her. This time I told him I was going to file a lawsuit against him and thanked him for giving me the immuntion I needed with his repeated phone calls which were overheard by co-workers and documented on our caller ID. He again threatened me. He called a total of 4 times in 5 minutes. I have contacted an attorney and we are discussing the possibility of filing a lawsuit.

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