IRS/Internal Revenue Service – SCAM!!

I received a message on my cell phone voice mail. The message said, this is the internal revenue Service and after auditing your tax information, you are due an additional tax refund, please call 202-499-1634 to verify your account information so we can deposit your funds. I called the number and a man came on the phone stating that i had a refund due to my error in figuring my taxes, asked if I still had an account at Citibank, which I used to, however, that is not where my income tax money was deposited! He verified the last 4 digits of my social security number in which was the last 4 digits of my social security number. Wanted me to tell him where to deposit my refund, so i gave him the routing number and account number of an old prepaid visa card that I don’t use anymore. Then he informed me that there was a penalty for me making this mistake on my taxes, so I needed to go to CVS, 7-11 or any local store that sold Greendot money pak’s, and purchase one for $200.00 and call him back with the scratch off number of the money pak card. He told me to call him at the same number, 202-499-1634 at extension 2147 and said his name was Mike. I told him that I was not going to send him any money and that if it was my money, he could deduct the fees from the $2173.00 that I would be receiving in about 45 minutes. Once I told him that, he just said okay ma’am, thank you and hung up the phone.

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