Criminal Offense Scam

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"You've been charged with a federal offense!"

You may have a few unpaid parking tickets, but don't be fooled by callers posing as federal agents out for blood. Trust us. You won't be carted away in handcuffs.

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What You Should Know

Scammers will call claiming to be the law enforcement, the FBI or other stating they are an "officer" of the FBI, Department of Tax and Crime Investigation. The unsuspecting victim is told that this is their final notice and that their physical address is under investigation. The final blow? They are duped into believing that an arrest warrant has been issued under their name. What's their angle? Aside from their desire to scare you, they are looking for a quick payout. Victims are told that the warrant can be corrected with a fee, paid promptly through a pre-loaded debit card or wire transfer.

How YouMail can help stop criminal offense scams today

YouMail is the leading solution for getting rid of robocalls and we are proud that our customers are protected from scammers, spammers, and other unwanted callers. Best of all, it's a 100% free service available for everyone!

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What you should do

Law enforcement and other government officials are reminding citizens that they don't call private citizens regarding arrests or warrants. And they certainly don't call requesting money! If you do get this kind of scam call, remember; don't give out any personal or financial information. Follow up such calls with an official complaint through the FBl's Internet Crime Complaint Center at www.IC3.gov.

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Our best advice

Let all calls from unknown callers go right to voicemail. If you get a message that sounds like anything like above, it's a scam! Delete the message and then go right to the AppStore or Google Play and get YouMail. Easily get any more info on any number and can decide whether to call them back or block them forever. Even see what others are saying or contribute yourself to th  YouMail Community Directory.