Name : ** Social Security Number : ** Outstanding Debt: $ (including late payment charges) Penalty in the court: $
Creditors – Cash USA, which is a parent company of more than 400 cash websites and internet web portals in USA and operates under different names in different states. Apart from getting laid off by your current employer after we send them the legal notice, you will be blacklisted from getting any job. Through an IRS (Internal Revenue Service), your Social Security number will be put on hold causing severe damage to your credit history or credit report and your income paychecks will be put on hold. Any child support, disability, unemployment or retirement benefits will be either place on hold or will be stopped until the outcome of the case.
Our primary job was to notify you about the case before we send you legal document in the mail because once this case gets registered then we won’t be able to help you out of court. Our client is least interested in getting the money at this point as they want to just go ahead and start taking legal actions; however, we wanted to contact you and give you last chance to resolve this case out of court. If you take care of this out of court then we will release the clearance certificate from the court and we will make sure that no one will contact you in future. Please let us know what is your intention by today itself so we can hold the case or else we will meet you in court house.
I am from Oklahoma. Blake ** was the WRONG pseudonym to use (basketball player for LA that was a huge star at OU). I have been a legitimate bill collector. I know the law. They can not threaten any action they can not take (like getting you laid off of your job) nor can they EVER touch child support payments as those are considered to belong to a minor child. They can not disclose any actual information as the amount, type, and purpose of the debt other than to state it is an attempt to collect a debt (definitely not the Social Security number) unless they can verify that they are communicating with the person intended. No court fees are ever more than $500 for a small claims court case (which this is). The number listed is the same one I blocked 5 years ago. Even if I had owed something to someone from 5 years ago, this type of debt is subject to a statute of limitations that would prevent any successful collection from occurring after 2 years.
They told me my credit would be blacklisted
I had a third or fourth harassing call from an individual, with a middle eastern accent, claiming that I am being sued for fraud because I have not pay back a pay-day loan to Cash USA. At least that’s what I think he said. I tried to find out more information or have him call my lawyer, but he became threatening and refused to take the information.
Our bank informed us that they could only put a stop on specific amounts of money; otherwise, if the scammers had our account info, they could get more or less than the amount specified in the stop
I received an email from a guy named Blake, talking about I owed $686 and that the court penalties would be over $8500. I have never had a loan with this company. They are talking about my SSN will be blacklisted and I won’t be able to get another job.
I have tried to get a refund from these people as they are a total scam. Mr. Anthony ** and Mr. Nash ** are in charge. I recommend everyone call them at 213 283 5680 and tie up their lines so they cannot take advantage of anyone.
I returned their call and they said they were suing me. When I told them I have no idea what they are talking about they then said they will bring felony charges against me for interstate fraud. Next, they said they were reading my so affidavit. When finished, they said they would come to my work and I would get fired. Very funny. They did not know about my situation. At the end of the conversation, I told them I think this whole thing is a scam. They hung up on me.
I looked through my bank statements online as I was talking to the man, and assured him that I had received no funds from any loan within the past year, and he stated that, “That’s impossible, sir, I have all of your personal information, how would I have this information if the loan had not been deposited?” I told him that I had no idea how he had my information and that he could’ve gotten it anywhere online, or someone could’ve stolen my identity, but that I was 100% positive that I had not received a loan. He then proceeded to ramble off my personal information, including the last four of my social security number, my address, e-mail address, driver’s license number, and workplace, stating again that it was impossible that I had not received the loan, and that if I chose to go to court, I would be forced to pay $10,000 in court fees, as well as that an investigating officer would be at my home and workplace to take me for interrogation on the matter. I told him that I would be in contact with my attorney and get back to him, and he told me his name was Brandon **.
I started being harassed by several different people with accents. They call me daily at work, and on my cellphone, telling me I am going to jail. I did take out a loan online, and paid it back, but these people say I owe them money, and they call from different phone numbers, each time from the same company. Cashnet USA? I got scared and paid them. I was worried, since I did have a loan out that I got online. Then I got a call from another person from the same company with the same accent, but with an American sounding name, stating I never paid them, and I need to pay them immediately, although the money had already been taken out of my bank! I had to call my bank, and close my account, and try to get this money back.
When I called them back, I spoke to a Nick **. When I asked to speak to the actual attorney who was prosecuting the case, aka Brian **, I was deflected in 10 different directions and eventually hung up on again. My wife called the FBI and they informed her that they get this stuff all the time. They were glad to take down the phone number to keep for their records in case of any future prosecution and they recommended contacting our bank, which we did.