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Posing as a debt collector

  • by: Mary321
  • #22536
  • Jan 05, 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:
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