I received a frightening voicemail today, that caused me to immediately frantically panic and stress. The message was labeled as a voice mail from “911”. After checking to verify I had not accidentally pocket dialed an emergency number from my phone’s lock screen (I obviously had not), I rolled my windows up and played the message on speaker inside my vehicle. The message was as follows: “Hey, this is officer Brian Marshall calling from State Police headquarters. This call is regarding a legal lawsuit and arrest warrant filed against your name. Now the very next second when you receive this message I want you to contact your local attorney general, attorney Sam Wilson at 850-702-2842. I repeat that is 850-702-2842. Tha.know you, and God bless you.” After having a moment to chew on it, and having listened to the message 8 times consecutively, I started to realize that there were small details about it that did not sit right with me. The message never referred my name, or location. Nor did it include the reason behind the actions being stated. Not to mention the Florida area code when I am in Ohio. Following about 3 minutes of due diligence, I found references of the scam and word for word dialogue of the message. I was fortunate enough to figure this all out before ever having even considered providing this man with my personal information and payment methods. I hope this helps you to do the same. And if anyone out there can determine a way to seek this psycho impersonating a police officer and stealing people’s money, then please be certain to ensure that every extent of the law is in forced on this man from a real police officer and attorney general. Thank you, – Ohio Victim
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