I got a robo call from Officer Steve Parker of the Internal Revenue Service in Camarillo, CA during lunch today informing me of a tax fraud lawsuit that will be forwarded to the Federal Courts if I don't call him back immediately. According to "Officer Parker", if I don't, I could be fined or even arrested. Obvious scam confirmed by a quick internet search. They didn't even provide a toll-free number to respond to. Has anyone screwed with these scammers? I'm thinking about having a little fun with them.
IRS Tax Fraud Scam
I tried calling my "IRS Agent" back a few times this week but there's no answer.
Great Job Dave!
There is certainly big money to be made as a college FB coach though that money is gotten from voluntary alumni donations.
I'd say there is a distinct difference between a state run university and a for-profit college. I'm not a big fan of for-profits after having attended one. Most seem to be just diploma mills.
But 39 of the 50 top highest paid public employees are coaches...
The reason that colleges can loan a 17 yr old $90000 is that members of Congress made money from it. That's how they buy mansion #3 and so forth.
maybe there shouldn't be govt backed loans ( our money, btw ) for navel lint studies, etc., that won't have a job waiting for them other than marching
I used to get the Dish Network calls sometimes 3 times a day. Finally made a appointment to have them come out and of coarse I wasn't home when they showed. Got a call back from them at how important THEIR time was so I rescheduled. Wasn't home the second time either. Calls stopped.
I got the exact same call and messed with him for a bit, when he got frustrated I told him he was a stupid camel molester and hung up. He called back and left the same VM about the wife and daughter but also threw in raping the son in law as well.
My all time favorite Mabe bit is when he found out about a telemarketing convention in town with leading execs from numerous firms. He started call them at 3:00AM pretending to be a telemarketer trying to sell sleep aids. He even offered to sing lullabies to help them get back to sleep.
Tom Mabe told a telemarketer trying to sell him a home alarm system that the homeowner was out and he was burglarizing the house. Then asked for a number so he could call back later.
Check out Tom Mabehttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-7OgWcwgB50