I see you've also made this report to the 800Notes and Debt Consolidation Care forums, which indicate Process Service Bureau as the caller and fake payday loan collection as its game. These scripted ''investigator'' remarks exhibit a fatal misunderstanding of debt litigation, slinging scary extortionist legal talk in FDCPA violation. Really now, a ''restraining order''? They'll put your bank vault in handcuffs with that? The ''good luck'' kicker is a favorite of these thugs. I don't see a confirmed U.S. address, which would permit all its call targets to bury them in lawsuits for hostile collection tactics.

Learn how to exercise your rights as an alleged debtor at FTC-dot-gov.
Resident47
 Apr 29th, 2011
Here is the message I got yesterday:

"Hi this message is for ______. This is Darlene Upton, special investigator. I'm contacting you in regards to a complaint being filed against you, pursuant to claim and affidavit number ZUN-____. You have been named a respondent in a court action and must appear. There's a contact number on file which you must call 202-738-4836. Please forward this information to your attorney, and that the order to show cause contains a restraining order. You or your attorney will have 24 to 48 hours to oppose this matter. Your claim and affidavit number once again is ZUN-____. Thank you and good luck."
dww
 Apr 29th, 2011

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