What is order of location in Texas?
My teenage son then gets a call directed at my husband from the same lady. She said they were looking for me and would come to our residence due to his “avoided contact and failure to identify my location.”
Is this something real? Or a scam?
When I call the number on the caller ID (a number from the same area code as my phone number, but not where I have lived for 15 years now) it is a non working number. When I call the number left for me to call back, it works but I get a voicemail. (Assuming since it’s after business hours)
I’ve been served before and it was nothing like this. Should I be concerned?
1 attorney answer
This is 99% a scammer using spoofed caller ID. Ignore it.
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