Just received a voice mail message at work stating " This is Ruth Wells and I'm calling to speak to the manager to verify the company protocol for presenting a formal claim. (Name) has charges and claims against her and she has one opportunity to settle this matter. She advised to call 855-621-7935 and gave a claim number. Then (name) you have been officially notified. Call came from a VoIP number. Any ideas who this number belongs to?
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