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The scammer impersonates a government official and uses intimidation tactics, such as the threat of arrest, to demand payment of money purportedly owed to the government. The FBI does not call private citizens to request money or threaten arrest. The s of its Resident Agencies also have been used in scam calls made throughout North Carolina.

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This scam is called government impersonation fraud, according to the FBI.

Parker asks anyone to report suspicious activity to law enforcement. According to police Capt.

The FBI does not call private citizens to request money or threaten arrest. In some cases, the intended target may be told there is a federal warrant for his or her arrest, but the warrant would be dismissed in exchange for immediate payment to the caller.

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Social Security Administration, and Ladies looking nsa Concepcion law enforcement agencies are also being impersonated using similar tactics as described above. Staff report. The caller then attempts to convince the 571 that his or her bank or Social Security has been linked to criminal activity, and that the person should withdraw all of their money and place it on gift cards or other cards.

The s of its Resident Agencies also have been used in scam calls made throughout North Carolina. Terry Parker, the caller often knows the name of the person being called and even spoofs the telephone s of law enforcement agencies, giving the phone call more credibility.

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Staff report. Please know that law enforcement will not ask you to do this. The scammers often threaten to extort victims with physical or financial harm or the release of sensitive information about their intended victim.

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