- Report: #669492
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Complaint Review: Department of Law Investigation
Department of Law InvestigationInternet, Colorado United States of America
Department of Law Investigation Andrew Jones, Alex Ford Andrea Jones called me, said she is from federal agent with Departement law of Investigation said that I owed US National Bank Cash Advances for $480-610 for August 2010. Internet, Colorado
*Consumer Comment: Its a scam
*Consumer Comment: Fake name, pure scam
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On 12/8/2010 A caller named Andrea Jones, federal agent with department law of investigation called me twice said I owed $410-$610 to the US National Bank Cash
Advances in August 2010-- and he forced me to pay this or he is going to against me in court. I asked him where are you calling from, but kept avoid my questions few times....and finally he said his department was in Colorado, then he kept explaining with strong accent, very hard to understand or hear him clear (according to Video Relay Service operator) that I need in writing to waive to go to court and fax letter and payment authorization letter to Alex Ford.
I felt scared & upset so I went to report a police to report and help me how to do, I never heard "US National Bank Cash Advances" before......
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