Army Reassures Nervous Teenagers After Draft ScamJanuary 10, 2020 | :
by Tom Roeder
Scammers frequently say they’re with the IRS or local police agencies, but they took a new fake identity as tensions rose with Iran this month: the Selective Service Administration.
Hundreds of young people across America got the bogus text message sent to their phones telling them they’d been drafted for military service, the Army said in a news release.
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