• Report: #746289

Complaint Review: Central Distribution

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  • Submitted: Tue, June 28, 2011
  • Updated: Tue, June 28, 2011

  • Reported By: Kristal — Carlisle Ohio United States of America
Central Distribution
19495 Downhill St Los Angeles, California United States of America

Central Distribution Ronnie Cooper Threatening criminal lawsuit for cash advance, check forgery, notifying my employer Los Angeles, California

*Consumer Comment: Do they jave a heavy accent? Hard to understand? Then they're Pakistani a*boles trying another scam, these a*es change names, like I change underwear, Once a day or less, another Name.

*Consumer Comment: It's a scam

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This company has contacted me twice now threatening criminal action for an unpaid cash advance through one of their many companies, threatened check forgery and threatened to notify my employer of such.   They had my name, SSN, DOB, home address and email address.   First off, I have no cash advance from any online company and secondly both of my bank accounts are in good standing.   Thirdy, I have been in Chapter 13 bankruptcy since 2009, so they are violating all kinds of bankruptcy rules by harassing me.   By the way, my bankruptcy payments are in good standing.  I feel violated and it is upsetting.   I am physically disabled and on Social Security Disability.  I only work part-time.   Why are they harassing me?   Why have they targeted me?   This is why people in America have such a bad opinion of foreigners.   These men all have thick, foreign accidents.  I can barely understand them when they call.  I want this stopped and they should pay men for their harassment!

This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 06/28/2011 07:13 AM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Central-Distribution/Los-Angeles-California-900007/Central-Distribution-Ronnie-Cooper-Threatening-criminal-lawsuit-for-cash-advance-check-f-746289. 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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First of all THEY CANNOT ARREST YOU, IT'S ALL A SCAM.
Thay scream at you (BAD) and curse (NOT LEGAL) So are they cursing and screaming, then they're scammers after your cash.
Tell them to send you the paperwork, NO PAPERWORK is scammer.
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#2 Consumer Comment

It's a scam

AUTHOR: Robert - (U.S.A.)

Know that this is 100% SCAM.

They have a foreign accent because they are in a foreign country.  They use throw-away cell phones or Internet based phones to make them "appear" that they are calling from the US.  This also makes tracking them down next to impossible.

As to why they are calling you.  Somehow they got your name and information.  Generally it does come from people who have done nothing more than fill out some random Cash Advance loan applications on the Internet.  They either then gain this information by either theft or the company actually sells them this information.  In your case they may have pulled any public information they could from your BK filing.  They don't seem interested in any additional scams such as opening up credit in your name, they seem mainly concerned with making the quick buck in getting you to pay them for non-existent loans.  However, as a percaution it may be adviseable to still place a fraud alert on your credit reports..just in case.

To get them to stop calling you there are many suggestions if you want to have some "fun" with them.  But generally once you tell them you know it is a scam they will stop and go onto the next victim. 
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