US Tax Experts Scam Calls About New Zero Program

US Tax Experts Scam Calls About New Zero Program

I keep getting US Tax Experts scam calls like the one below from random telephone numbers. The calls are annoying and I wish there was an easy way to block them. Has anyone received a US Tax Experts scam call? If you do or have any information about the calls, please leave it in a comment below.

A "US Tax Experts" Scam Call (Transcript)

Hey there, I guess I missed you, it's Cindy over at US tax experts so I tried you last week as well and this is a follow-up notification regarding the new zero tax program that's now open for you.

It looks like you have some past money that's due which we can squash with this new deal so basically it becomes non collectible but you must elect to enroll this month, so give me a shout back at [telephone number removed].

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  • January 26, 2023 at 8:48 PM by an anonymous user from: Newcastle, Maine, United States

    I think these are more spam than scam. If you press 1 when you call the number that the robolady gives (mine called herself Eve), you get directed to a company (possibly at least two different ones) where the "expert" will offer to help reduce or eliminate your tax debt. It could be just phishing, but they might actually provide a service, although probably a very expensive one.

    The original calls go directly to voicemail. That-to me anyway-is a sign of spamming/scamming. Another sign is that the originating numbers are either spoofed, or close to it. By that I mean if you call, it's answered by a female robovoice that says something about "Please enter your temporary access code, or press star now." No matter what you press, the call goes no further. I think that's a dodge so if they get caught, they can claim they weren't spoofing the calling numbers.

    "Eve" called me yesterday (01/25) and today, with pretty much the same script (complete with "ums") as "Cindy" used. The call back numbers she gave were 321-398-0525 (Orlando/central eastern Florida area code) and 773-599-5051 (Chicago). At first she gave today's callback number as "732-599-5051." I think the first (wrong) version just dead-ended, but the second one was answered by a guy who said he didn't know anything about who was making those cold calls about a tax debt that I don't have. I think he said his company was based in Los Angeles. I'll have to listen to the recordings I made to see what the company names were, and if the guy I talked to yestrday said a location. They don't like too many questions.

    If I find out who and where "U.S. [or US] Tax Experts" are, I might sue them for violating the Telephone Consumer Protection Act. Otherwise, I'll sue the companies that "USTE" was directing the calls to. I'm not a lawyer, but from what I've read in a declaratory ruling the FCC made in 2013, companies can be sued under the TCPA if they know-or should have known-that their third-party telemarketers were violating the law.

    This site was the only info I've found about "USTE" so far. Oh, and when I went to call yesterday's callback number again to see if I could find a location for USTE, I got the weird "please enter your temporary access code" recording. I'll try it from a different number, in case they blocked the one I called from yesterday.

  • January 24, 2023 at 11:56 AM by an anonymous user from: Southampton Township, New Jersey, United States

    Got the same call today. Called from 1-551-230-0374 claimed her name was Cindy and then said to call her back at 308-233-0506.

    Yeah I hope she doesn't hold her breath waiting for me to call!

  • December 30, 2022 at 12:50 PM by an anonymous user from: DeKalb, Atlanta, Georgia, United States

    Yep, I'm getting them as well. Not addressing me by name is a key sign of SCAMing.

  • December 28, 2022 at 4:48 PM by an anonymous user from: Loudoun, Ashburn, Virginia, United States

    Yes one day I woke up to 33 msgs in my voicemail from them-"Cindy". I got another one today.

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US Tax Experts Scam Calls About New Zero Program