If you receive a call from 801-605-1816, do not answer the call! After doing some research on the net, I discovered this is a phishing operation trying to trick people into giving out their personal information. The caller claims to be an IRS employee and then the phishing act begins. After receiving at least four hang-up calls (no message left) from this number in a month, I was curious to see what info I could find on line. Hard to believe that people are still falling for this scam after all the warnings about phony IRS calls on radio, TV, and other local media, but apparently the scammers are still succeeding in conning people into giving out their personal info. If it wasn't still working, the scammers would have given up by now, right?
By the way, you can report suspicious IRS emails and phone calls like the one described above at <http://www.irs.gov/uac/Report-Phishing>. And for those who haven't already heard, the IRS will not call you unless you initiate telephone contact with them first. If you are delinquent in filing your returns or owe back taxes, the IRS will send you a letter, not call you on the phone and ask you to transfer funds from your bank account.