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Victimized

A Chicago area woman sued a “Robocaller Claiming to Be the Social Security Administration” in federal court, claiming they told her that an auto was found covered in blood and cocaine, and that U.S. Marshals traced it to her, and persuaded her to send them a $1,000 “bond,” then drained her bank account.

CHICAGO — A Chicago area woman sued a “Robocaller Claiming to Be the Social Security Administration” in federal court, claiming they told her that an auto was found covered in blood and cocaine, and that U.S. marshals traced it to her, and persuaded her to send them a $1,000 “bond,” then drained her bank account.

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