The Rev. Al Cadenhead describes his cell phone conversation with IRS impersonators who scammed him for $16,000. Rev. Al Cadenhead fell prey to scammers impersonating IRS agents. He gave them $16,000 and wants to warn the public. It’s a scam that’s been circulating around the nation.
The Rev. Al Cadenhead describes his cell phone conversation with IRS impersonators who scammed him for $16,000. Rev. Al Cadenhead fell prey to scammers impersonating IRS agents. He gave them $16,000 and wants to warn the public. It’s a scam that’s been circulating around the nation. Davie Hinshaw dhinshaw@charlotteobserver.com
The Rev. Al Cadenhead describes his cell phone conversation with IRS impersonators who scammed him for $16,000. Rev. Al Cadenhead fell prey to scammers impersonating IRS agents. He gave them $16,000 and wants to warn the public. It’s a scam that’s been circulating around the nation. Davie Hinshaw dhinshaw@charlotteobserver.com

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