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Orchard Dioxin
Knoxville, TN, United States
2014-04-16 08:08:34
Identity Theft
ID Theft Attempt 
Name Unknown
(202) 456-7890
NOTE: This is a known identity theft scam/elicitation from phone number (202) 456-7890.

Victim received a call the morning of 15 April 2014 around 11am on a blackberry device from telephone number (202) 456-7890. The person told victim he was working for the United States Government and victim had been selected to receive $9,000.00 due to the area that victim lived in and since victim had good credit and have never filed any bankruptcies. He said this money is a grant and it does not have to be paid back and you do not have to pay taxes on it. victim asked for some information from him and he told victim he would give information after the call was final. He requested a credit card, bank account, etc. to have the money sent too. victim continued to ask him questions. Then he hung up the phone.
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