The captain of the police registers a scammer who calls her and threatens to ARRIVE her

This is when a scamming caller threatens a police captain and demands her bank details before she claims she has been accused of drug trafficking, money laundering up to $ 10 million and will be arrested within 45 minutes.

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A video made by the police records the caller, claiming to be the so-called Social Security Officer John Black, who makes the brash statements while asking for her home address and social security number.

Captain Stevens, of the Apex police in North Carolina, accepted the call before advising viewers never to give suspicious callers his personal information.

Officer Stevens from the Apex police in North Carolina was filmed when he received a phone call from a scammer threatening her and telling her that she would be arrested within 45 minutes

Officer Stevens from the Apex police in North Carolina was filmed when he received a phone call from a scammer threatening her and telling her that she would be arrested within 45 minutes

Officer Stevens refused to hand over the address of her house and her social security number

Officer Stevens refused to hand over the address of her house and her social security number

She also refused to say how many bank accounts she owned

She also refused to say how many bank accounts she owned

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Officer Stevens refused to hand over the address of her house, her social security number or to tell the caller how many bank accounts she owned

The images show a second officer who advises people not to pass on their information until he zooms in on Captain Stevens, who has put the call on the loudspeaker.

After she refuses to give the caller her bank details and gives her home address as that of the police, the caller says someone is coming to arrest her.

& # 39; What for? & # 39 ;, she asks.

& # 39; Some serious allegations. Some serious allegations under your name.

& # 39; There are several serious allegations under your name under your social security number. A bank account has been opened under your name that has been used to commit fraud in excess of $ 10 million.

& # 39; This account was used to transfer and receive fines for illegal local and international bank transfers, including money laundering, drug trafficking and for internal income services. & # 39;

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& # 39; So I'm going to be accused of drug trafficking? & # 39 ;, the police officer asks while she is in her office.

& # 39; Absolutely & # 39 ;, the caller claims, & # 39; because someone used your social security number, did you share your social security number with someone? & # 39;

The caller told her that she had been accused of drug trafficking and money laundering for an amount of $ 10 million

The caller told her that she had been accused of drug trafficking and money laundering for an amount of $ 10 million

She was also told that she would be arrested in 45 minutes

She was also told that she would be arrested in 45 minutes

The caller told her that she had been accused of drug trafficking, money laundering for up to $ 10 million and would be arrested within 45 minutes

The police have released the video as a warning to people not to record calls from scammers or, if they do, to give personal information over the phone
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The police have released the video as a warning to people not to record calls from scammers or, if they do, to give personal information over the phone

The police have released the video as a warning to people not to record calls from scammers or, if they do, to give personal information over the phone

After she refused to say how many bank accounts she has, the phone is silent shortly before a & # 39; senior officer & # 39 ;, claiming to be named Jason Brown, picks up the phone.

& # 39; Your call has been forwarded to a senior research officer in the senior research department & # 39 ;, says a voice that looks suspiciously like the previous caller.

& # 39; How are you today? & # 39;

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& # 39; I'm fine, how are you? & # 39;

& # 39; I'm fine, thank you very much for your concern.

& # 39; Now did you speak to one of my petty officers about a correct case? asked to speak with a senior officer, is that right?

& # 39; Okay, go ahead and let me know, how many bank accounts are originally yours? That has nothing to do with the illegal activity? & # 39;

& # 39; Well, if it has nothing to do with illegal activities, why do I have to tell you how many bank accounts you have? & # 39 ;, she asks.

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& # 39; If you don't tell me, we'll suspend all bank accounts associated with your social security & # 39 ;, they threaten.

& # 39; So don't blame us if you lose money. We are trying to help you here. & # 39;

& # 39; I want to know what the allegations are against me and what you are going to do for an order & # 39 ;, she says.

& # 39; There are currently two charges against you. 1. Drug trafficking and number two money laundering, okay? & # 39;

& # 39; Well, that's better than the 25 the first man told me. & # 39;

The caller hangs up after a break.

Regarding the camera, Captain Stevens says: & people, these are scammers. Never provide your information, never verify your information if they have it.

& # 39; That information can be found everywhere on the internet.

& # 39; Do not verify your social details, your date of birth, anything similar. They are all scammers.

& # 39; Just hang up or have some fun. & # 39;

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