(KMOV.com) -- A News 4 viewer is getting harassed by someone posing as a government investigator.
Cerissa Robinson says two men have been showing up at her house for the past week while she’s at work demanding to speak with her.
Robinson believes the men work for AG, a car loan company she with whom she is currently in a dispute.
“My six year old daughter was like, ‘mommy, I wish they would stop coming,’” she said. “It’s like, what do you do?”
Wednesday, Robinson found a card had been left on her front door.
“It says ‘special investigations,’” she said. “They even put a case number on here.” Also included on the card was a name, Chris Patterson.
Robinson called the number listed on the card and it sent her to a non-descriptive answering service. Moments later, an alert appeared on her phone.
She said the text messaged asked, “who is this?”
“So I’m like, ok, I don’t know who you are,” Robinson said. “I was asked to contact you. So before I answer that, I need more information from you.”
Robinson then called the Missouri Attorney General’s office was told they plan to investigate the situation. .
“They told me they don’t send people to anyone’s house,” she said. “They said they’re a letter-writing mediation service, and they don’t send people out.”
According to the Attorney General’s office, there is no Chris Patterson that works there.
Robinson said she will follow the instructions from the Attorney General, and will call police the next time the strangers appear at her front door.