First IRS – First IRS Threatened to call my employer…

I received a phone call from First IRS at work stating that they were a litigation firm and were getting ready to sue me for deception theft stemming from a payday loan that was outstanding. Yes i do have an outstanding payday loan but i did not write anyone a hot check, as was stated. The lady was very rude and abusive. When i asked to speak to her supervisor i was left on hold perpetually.

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