A woman told ( in arabic language )me her name (i donot remember) introducing the service of international calls from my mobile in a low rate per minute - she got recorded my name - date of birth- address . she told me that she will send me an email with full details. She didnot send any emails or massages to show the procedure how to make the calls.
A woman told ( in arabic language )me her name (i donot remember) introducing the service of international calls from my mobile in a low rate per minute - she got recorded my name - date of birth- address . she told me that she will send me an email with full details.
This guy said that I had a quik cash loan out n he was from a law firm and I had a loan out from earlier this year, which I've never gotten a payday loan EVER! He said that if I don't make some kind of arrangement to pay this that the authorities will b coming to my work n arresting me! He even had my debit card number n my home address! PLEASE HELP!!
doloa jones Jul 25th, 2013
I KNOW THESE PEOPLE R A SCAM THIS IS REGAURDING A PAYDAY LOAN I HAD WITH CHECK N GO AND THIS IS A SCAM MY ATTY ALREADY KNOWS IT AND I AM A COLLECTOR IT IS AGAINST THE LAW WHAT THESE PEOPLE R DOING. I WOULDNT PAY THESE PEOPLE ANY ATTENTION AND WAIT TIL A REAL COLLECTION COMPANY CALLS AND ASK FOR A SETTLEMENT ITS CHEAPER
Received a call stating that I owe on an outstanding payday loan. I haven't received any payday loans so I know this man is lying. Mr. Morton said that I will be sued for 1, 000 dollars and if he doesn't hear back from me, all he can say to me is good luck!
its a scammer
According to reports received by BBB, the scammers accuse the victim of defaulting on a payday loan and claim they are being sued. The phony debt collector threatens that, if the victim doesn’t pay as much as $1,000 immediately via wire or by providing bank account or credit card numbers, he or she will be arrested. The scammers often have the victim’s Social Security, old bank account numbers or driver’s license numbers as well as home addresses, employer information and even the names of personal friends and professional references.
BBB is unable to locate the persons responsible for the phony debt collection calls. The scammers claim to be debt collectors for US Cash Advance and CashNetUSA. US Cash Advance is the name of an actual company with a retail store location in Florence, KY. US Cash Advance and its employess are not affiliated with the persons conducting this phony debt collection scam. US Cash Advance does not issue loans over $450, does not collect debts over the telephone and will not ask you to repay a debt via wire transfer. Click here for the separate BBB report on US Cash Advance. CashNetUSA is the name of an actual company headquartered in Fort Worth, TX. Click here for the separate BBB report on CashNetUSA. Neither CashNetUSA nor its employess are affiliated with the persons conducting this phony debt collection scam.
BBB offers the following advice to consumers if they receive a suspicious telephone call about an outstanding debt:
• Ask the debt collector to provide official documentation which substantiates the debt.
• Do not provide or confirm any bank account, credit card or other personal information over the phone until you have confirmed the legitimacy of the call.
• File a complaint with the Federal Trade Commission online if the caller is abusive, uses threats or otherwise violates federal telemarketing laws.