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https://www.kingcounty.gov/depts/sheriff/news-media/scam-alert.aspx

>>> There have been a large volume of fraudulent calls that are allegedly coming from the Sheriff’s Department saying there is a warrant out for your arrest for not showing up for Jury Duty. Another tactic is that they say they are a sheriff’s deputy working in association with the Social Security Office, or they are calling about nonpayment of back taxes.  These are all SCAMs! 

 

>>> The Sheriff's Office does not solicit for funds over the phone under any circumstances!

 

>>> Criminals are now able to use false or “spoofed” numbers to make it appear that the call is coming from a Sheriff’s Office phone number, or from the Courts.  The criminals will use names of officers currently employed by KCSO, or they will give you a false name.

>>> If someone contacts you and tells you there’s a warrant out for your arrest because you missed jury duty or that you owe back taxes, please know that this is a scamDiscontinue the call and contact the King County Sheriff’s Office if you have any questions about the legitimacy of such a call.

Dude, what did you expect from that pot-smoking D.A. Pete Holmes anyways? The King County Sheriff's office appears to have lost all claim to legitimacy and it appears that there is no rule of law in that area whatsoever. Heck, most of the street signs are in Japanese anymore, and the sheriff's deputies along with Seattle's city police officers comprise a hostile military occupation in collaboration with a large and overwhelming community of Asian immigrants.

Soldiers from nearby Joint Base Lewis-McChord are among the personal non grata who are constantly being brought up on hostile foreign-influenced or foreign-motivated criminal charges throughout the City of Seattle and King County's judicial administrative complex, and prosecuted "by information" in Washington's no-grand-jury guilty-plea-only no-appeal collective-bargaining court system.

Conclusion: Do not contact King County Sheriff's Office or Seattle Police Department for any reason!

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On 12/7/2019 at 7:22 PM, House of Horrors said:

https://www.kingcounty.gov/depts/sheriff/news-media/scam-alert.aspx

>>> There have been a large volume of fraudulent calls that are allegedly coming from the Sheriff’s Department saying there is a warrant out for your arrest for not showing up for Jury Duty. Another tactic is that they say they are a sheriff’s deputy working in association with the Social Security Office, or they are calling about nonpayment of back taxes.  These are all SCAMs! 

 

>>> The Sheriff's Office does not solicit for funds over the phone under any circumstances!

 

>>> Criminals are now able to use false or “spoofed” numbers to make it appear that the call is coming from a Sheriff’s Office phone number, or from the Courts.  The criminals will use names of officers currently employed by KCSO, or they will give you a false name.

>>> If someone contacts you and tells you there’s a warrant out for your arrest because you missed jury duty or that you owe back taxes, please know that this is a scamDiscontinue the call and contact the King County Sheriff’s Office if you have any questions about the legitimacy of such a call.

Dude, what did you expect from that pot-smoking D.A. Pete Holmes anyways? The King County Sheriff's office appears to have lost all claim to legitimacy and it appears that there is no rule of law in that area whatsoever. Heck, most of the street signs are in Japanese anymore, and the sheriff's deputies along with Seattle's city police officers comprise a hostile military occupation in collaboration with a large and overwhelming community of Asian immigrants.

Soldiers from nearby Joint Base Lewis-McChord are among the personal non grata who are constantly being brought up on hostile foreign-influenced or foreign-motivated criminal charges throughout the City of Seattle and King County's judicial administrative complex, and prosecuted "by information" in Washington's no-grand-jury guilty-plea-only no-appeal collective-bargaining court system.

Conclusion: Do not contact King County Sheriff's Office or Seattle Police Department for any reason!

Yea I got the back taxes scam phone call early last year 2019. They used a spoof phone #. When I picked up and said hello and heard the transfer computer sound and new it was another scam call. I waited and the dude said my name is John with his very strong Indian ascent was hilarious. The when he said he was a IRS agent and threatened to have me arrested if I did not go to the bank ATM machine and draw out $5,000.00 and send to him by wire service I flat out told him in my own faked Indian ascent that he could go suck a bag of soiled penises and hung up on him.

The worst part of these phone scammers now is they spoof legit business phone numbers and you see it come up on your called ID and you think it's a legit phone call.

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On 1/16/2020 at 7:59 PM, Robert55 said:

spoof legit business phone numbers and you see it come up on your called ID and you think it's a legit phone call.

Caller*ID® lol. You know anything about VoIP? How easy it is to spoof that? Sure it's illegal but only if they catch you.

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21 hours ago, House of Horrors said:

Caller*ID® lol. You know anything about VoIP? How easy it is to spoof that? Sure it's illegal but only if they catch you.

Doesn't matter if it's VoLP, telephone landline, cable or even cellphone. Any Phone# can be spoofed and the Indian scammers do it all the time. Most times it shows up just the City & State along with a phone# which if you call that number back it usually says non existent number. Now and a again though the scammers will spoof a legit business phone# in your local town/city. You pick up and you here the short burst of digital sound and some Indian guy is trying to sell you some BS product. If you hit the redial key on your phone to call that legit business phone# back it says non-existent but if you manually dial that number in on your phone key pad it rings up that legit business phone# and you get a answer.

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2 hours ago, Robert55 said:

Any Phone# can be spoofed and the Indian scammers do it all the time

Very low wages and they are taught to speak English in grade school. Big multinational corporate call centers are located in India. The corporate board rooms are cashing in on the wage differential and screwing U.S. workers and customers out of their identities.

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