Social Security Officer Scam

A man called and said that he was from the Social Security office and he was officer. He also said that I was had identity theft and that under my social was drug trafficking and he also stated that someone was selling or had an accident in my car and a car Toyota and that somebody was doing drug trafficking and selling drugs and stuff so he asked me if I wanted to clear my name I said yes and he started telling me I need to get my money at the bank and then an officer was going to come from the Social Security office in bring my check from what my money to put back in the bank so a lady came on the phone and told me to go to Kroger and get to Google Play cards and put the money on the Google Play cards so I took out $580 and put it on the car to cards and then she told me to give her the the redeem code on the back and she got redeem cards code from the back of the cards I checked both of the cards and there’s nothing in there so they got the money and I haven’t heard back from them since and then also the guy called me back and ask me to give him my account number from the bank so he can put the money back in.

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