Says you have a warrant out against you and your residence. Call him or else everything will be frozen, if you do not call him he can not help you and good luck and God bless, call says it is from Washington DC. When I called 411 to check, I was told no such name or number. I called number and no one answered but he returned my call within 1 min. I did not let him tell me anything, I told him I knew he was not in Washington DC, and was reporting him to the FBI HE HUNG UP.Show more...
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