IRS Scams in Murfreesboro have started up again and it is not even the end of the year yet... The most recent scam was reported by a 22-year-old woman who said she got the call from a "515" area code, which is Iowa.
In the latest phone scam report, a 30-year-old woman was called by a man named "Jimmy," who told her she was eligible for a $5,000 loan.
Scammers continue to work to take the money of unsuspecting local residents. The popular IRS scam and unemployment scam have been reported in Murfreesboro.
As instructed, the resident purchased I-Tunes Gift Cards to the tune of $4,000.
Another scam IRS case has been reported in Rutherford County. This time around, the Smyrna victim paid the subject on the other end of a phone call over $2,000 by way of iTunes gift cards.
IRS scams continue in Rutherford County. An elderly resident in Murfreesboro came home to find this message on her answering machine...
Smyrna Police are asking for your help in finding two suspects, who are alleged to be running an IRS scam.
The fake and sometimes costly IRS scams continue in Murfreesboro. NewsRadio WGNS' Ron Jordan has more...
After the victim was scammed, she went to the police department because she discovered the man who called her was using the phone number of the Murfreesboro Police Department.
While police were at the home on Titans Circle, the phone rang. The voice on the other end of the line was a man who claimed to be Deputy Robertson with the Rutherford County Sheriff’s Office.
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