Do Not Call 202-241-2115 - it is Being used Scammers

Do Not Call 202-241-2115 - it is Being used Scammers

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Do not call 202-241-2115 because it is being used by online scammers. The scammers send out fake text or email messages like the one below instructing their potential victims to call the same number and then pretend to be representatives from a debt collecting agency. If the recipients call the number, the scammers will ask them to make payment to stop a fake lawsuit against them. Therefore, recipients of fake emails with instructions to call 202-241-2115 are asked not to do so.

A Fake Email Sent to Call 202-241-2115

From: steve parks [mailto:julia456baker@gmail.com]

Sent: Thursday, March 15, 2018 5:37 AM

Subject: Final Court Notice


This is to inform you that there is a lawsuit has been filed against your name & your case number is WA-31188, This matter is going to download to local civil court house within next 3 days , so make sure & hired an attorney for you & be present in to your local civil court house , we will shortly send you the notice at your door step & then you will be contacted by your local authorities for further legal actions , you may also contact us on our direct line number for further resolution options & getting some further Information about this lawsuit , our direct line number is 202-241-2115 .

Thank You


Steve Parks


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  • April 25, 2018 at 11:19 AM by an anonymous user from Washington D.C., District of Columbia, United States

    Same email, I got today,but they had managed to get my first and last name.

    Do not call 202-241-2115

    Do not email back

    Do not open attachment

    Simply block and report as phishing scam.


  • March 29, 2018 at 8:49 AM by an anonymous user from Mount Laurel, New Jersey, United States

    I was scammed out of hundreds of dollars by onshore-offshore creditors collection agency, beware.


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Do Not Call 202-241-2115 - it is Being used Scammers