Please note the website's reply for the call request: "Payment for this service failed." A lot of times, it is because it snags to verify the charge. You may wish to contact your card's customer service and confirm it is okay.
Now look, I am going to be completely honest. If you violated probation, and if the PO likely knows about it, chances are, they will violate your probation, or at least talk about the situation. If the PO has never asked you to call them and has never came to look for you, and all of a sudden does (around the time they may have found out about your violation), chances are that is the reason.
Running from it only makes things worse. The more you avoid the situation, the less likely the PO will agree to work with you. Keep in mind that the PO has the ability to overlook the discrepancy. If you show good will, then perhaps the PO will give you another chance.
And of course there is the possibility that they simply want to address an unrelated issue.
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