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It is a scam caller who warned police that they would be arrested in 45 minutes if they do not give you personal information to just one thing, how easy he was to be let down.

North Carolina’s Apex Police department has posted a video showing the Captain Ann Stephens troll of a man, after he claimed that she was in serious trouble, because obviously bank accounts opened under her name to be used for the purpose of money laundering, drug trafficking, and the Internal Revenue Service, tax scams to every corner of the united states of america.”

“This is Officer John Black, from the Social Security Administration. I have your file in front of me,” the caller begins, in a video posted on Facebook. “Now, just to make sure I give you all of the confidential information to the correct person, you can check it, or I’ll give you my address?”

“No, no, I’m not going to give you my address,” Stephen responds. “If you get my file, I need to find out what my address is.”

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The caller’s number, it’s the sound of the fire, trying to intimidate Its providing the answers by stating that their call is being recorded and monitored” by the authorities, such as the internal revenue service and the department on narcotic drugs.”

“One last thing — please don’t interrupt me while I speak to you. I’ll give you a fair enough chance, as I have done, is that clear?” he snaps.

If the conversation is going on, Stephen says to the man, and her present address is, 205 Saunders St. Apex, N. C., where the head office of the branch of the police force.

Sslauncher The The Police Capt. Ann Stephen could hardly contain himself, as if they are fools, its a scam caller.
(Apex Police Department)

The scammer, who may not be aware that he is being strung along, and later it will ask Its details, such as the last four digits of her social security number, and how many bank accounts they have opened. The officer refuses to accept, and it is to be seen in a number of ways, in the video, trying to contain her laughter.

“The Social Security Administration and law enforcement agencies have found in 25 of the fraudulent bank accounts opened and used in case of fraudulent use of your social security number to commit a fraud in excess of $10 million,” he claims. “This account will be used to… to be illegal by local and international transfers, that is the purpose of money laundering, drug trafficking, and the Internal Revenue Service, tax scams to every corner of the united states of america.”

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After being repeatedly stonewalled for the responses, she finally breaks down and says, “I’m going to do is I’m going to have to take all this information to my senior officer, who is trying to run from the situation, you’re not trying to get to work on the stories.”

“Over the next 45 minutes, you are going to be arrested, OKAY?” he adds, before handing the phone to a supervisor, who identifies himself as “Officer Jason Brown”.

The caller asked Stephen to confirm their address. She told him that it was wrong, and gave her to the police-to address in place.
(Apex Police Department)

The individual also needs to have the number of the bank accounts Window opens and warns her, “if you don’t tell me how many bank accounts you have, and we’ll go ahead and suspend all the accounts that are connected to the Social Security system. Therefore, please don’t hesitate to blame if you’re not losing a lot of money.”

He puts down the phone.

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“I think it’s interesting to note that, the first guy I talked to was John Black, and the second-in-command, who I spoke to was Jason Brown,” Stephen says in the video.

“Folks, this is a scam call — do not ever share our e-mail is not always check the details, even if they’re talking about,” she adds. “They are all scammers, just hang up on them or to have a little fun.”

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