- Report: #669059
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Complaint Review: American Law Division
American Law DivisionInternet United States of America
American Law Division US Cash Advance Your going to jail; you committed fraud! Internet
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A middle eastern gentleman just called my home number and had my name, address and social security number indicating that I had an outstanding balance with a company named US Cash Advance.
He indicated that I had taken an online payday loan out with them and I intentionally frauded them by not making payments and suggested that I would be serving a 9 month or more jail time, the inability to borrow money from any financial institution and ruin my credit.
When I asked him about the loan and indicated that I had not taken a loan he suggested that I pay the balance in full or a warrant would be issued for me. The balance was over $6,000.
I asked his name and he said it was Neil Johnson and he was from the American Law Division. I asked for a phone number and hung up, but not before reminding me that he was doing me the favor and that I would be going to jail. He was good though because he even had a case number. Scary that he had my social security number as well.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 12/07/2010 03:35 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/American-Law-Division/internet/American-Law-Division-US-Cash-Advance-Your-going-to-jail-you-committed-fraud-Internet-669059. The posting time indicated is Arizona local time. Arizona does not observe daylight savings so the post time may be Mountain or Pacific depending on the time of year.
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