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"He started screaming at me, telling me that charges were going to be filed and then hung up." Instead of giving the man money, James called police. Gary Knight with the Oklahoma City police Department.
"Anyone who receives a phone call like this, whether it's on this case or any other type of extortion case, we certainly want to hear from you through 911 immediately." Police say what's worse is that this con artist is even leaving behind the real phone number of the Oklahoma City Police Department's Sex Crimes Unit, making him seem legitimate, even though he's not.
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News 9 spoke with a caller named James who refused to fall victim to the con artist's trap.
"He said I had been talking on the phone and had phone sex with a minor over the telephone and that he needed to get 0 dollars from me in order to make this charge disappear," said James.
As for James, he says the experience has convinced him not to use phone chat lines for his future dating needs.
News 9 contacted the customer service department at Mega Mates, and they say they have received dozens of calls from customers in both Oklahoma City and Tulsa who have received the bogus phone calls.
Anyone with information regarding these cases should call Crime Stoppers at (405) 235-7300.