I received a call from Phillip Patrick who claimed to work for DCS Suntrust Visa who knew that I had applied for a loan previously with my bank. He said that I was denied because the person processing the loan was pocketing the commission and committing tax fraud. Phillip then stated that this person was terminated and an investigation was conducted by the IRS and I was due $3800 because of the impact the scheme had caused to my credit report and my taxes.He said this was going to be put on a Visa card and NCS Suntrust was going to put up $4200 on my behalf but that I needed to wire money to cover the rest of the fees and show good faith to the IRS. I did the first money transfer of $180 through Moneygram and that was not enough to cover the fees. He said that the IRS was going to come after me if I did not send more because I was somehow going to owe them the $4500. In the end I sent them close to $1000 via wire transfer. They had me on a timer and kept saying that if I didn’t do such and such within this time frame that I would be in trouble for tax fraud. When I had done everything that was asked they said a woman named Nancy Robinski from the IRS was coming from St. Augustine with a package from the IRS . She never showed up. They did this all over the holiday weekend when I could not call anyone to verify the legitimacy of this persons claims. I was scared that the IRS was coming after me and the scammer knew many of my personal details.