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This may be the usual dirty debt collector within the U.S. or a fake collector from South Asia. Either way their empty threats of arrest, imprisonment, lawsuit filing, and/or asset seizure violate federal and state laws. Try to get a business name and share it with the readers. By federal law this name cannot be withheld.

Learn how to exercise your FDCPA rights as an alleged debtor at FTC-dot-gov.
http://www.ftc.gov/os/statutes/fdcpajump.shtm

On 800Notes in the ''Debt Collection Calls'' forum is a thread titled ''Fake payday loan collection scams - Please list new numbers here [2]''. My notes and advice on the payday loan collection thugs, updated Oct 2011, can be seen on the lead page.
Resident47
 Jun 25th, 2012
This is a phone scam. A William Connor calls you stating that you owe them money, or else the police will come to your work or home and arrest you. They say that they are from a Law Firm in Washington that no longer exists. If you get a call from them, DO NOT SEND MONEY, instead report it to the F.B.I. at IC3.gov so that they can track this person down and stop this!!!!! The calls originate from India I believe.
Shannon
 Jun 21st, 2012

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