2 reports / 0 comments
Also Reported





Attention: US residents who have been dealing with suspicious businesses are considered to be at risk of identity theft. It is highly recommended that everyone affected obtains identity theft protection service as soon as possible. The most affordable protection we were able to find is offered by LifeLock. You can give them a try by clicking here.


  • by: cindy987
  • #23424
  • Jan 17, 2017
  • Monetary Loss: $0
Extremely offensive and insulting, abusive threats. said he was coming to my house
Phones reported:

Posing as a debt collector

  • by: Mary321
  • #22536
  • Jan 5, 2017
  • Monetary Loss: $500
The first time I was told that I had a warrant issued for my arrest and they called my family members looking for me so I thought it was true they called it was over a payday loan I owed but I had paid it off so I was confused but I had just come home from having a baby I was scared I couldn't go to jail so my husband paid they told us it had to be on like a Walmart debit card so that's what my husband got! Now they call back with the same thing only this time it's just a subpoena they say and if I don't pay him 1000 now he'll take me to court I'll owe 8000 with legal fees so I called asked friends advise she says right away that's a scam! I called my sheriffs office who agreed it's not real it's a scam.
Names reported:
Julia, John
Phones reported: