- Report: #454525
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Complaint Review: National Affidavit Processing
National Affidavit ProcessingPhoenix, Arizona U.S.A.
National Affidavit Processing SCAM *** National Affidavit Processing/Legal Affidavit Office *** SCAM Phoenix Arizona
*Author of original report: CORRECTION
*Author of original report: National Affidavit Processing Center
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I called "Advance Cash" and immediately another man with an Indian accent answered the phone (I dont know if you are familiar with MOST payday companies -- especially online ones, but MOST payday companies are flooded with calls, so you have to go through PROMPTS to get to an operator.... they dont pick up when you call). I told him I was inquiring about a loan that I had supposedly taken from the company. He put me on hold and I heard this terrible sounding music** (THIS IS IMPORTANT LATER) He confirmed that I had an outstanding loan totalling $711. I explained what happened with "Eric Johnson" and that I had no account open with Wells Fargo in May 2008. He then said that the loan was taken out in JANUARY 2009. He proceeded to tell me my bank name, account information, employer information, ect. I explained to him that it wasn't possible because the account I had with Wells Fargo was closed several months ago. He said that if I'd like to settle the balance he would be glad to call "Eric Johnson" and put a hold on my pending lawsuit. He also said that I seem like a genuine person and that he suggests I settle this now because paying for a lawyer to take it to court would be very expensive and not worth it. I told him that I would like to talk to Wells Fargo and confirm if I had received such loan. I explained that I would be happy to pay the balance if I do owe it. He said that I "obviously am not taking this seriously. This is a serious legal issue." I said that I would just like to confirm the information with my bank FIRST and then I'll pay it. He said "then I can't help you. If you are not willing to settle this now, we will continue filing the lawsuit. Goodbye" and hung up.
I looked online to see the company he said he was from. I looked up "Eric Johnson + National Affidavit" and all this information came up regarding SCAMS! The same type of information and names was being used by Legal Affidavit Office or National Affidavit Processing Center or National Affidavit Processing Service. Eric Johnson was the name given to me, but I've seen other reports with other similar names (all people with foreign accents and english names).
I went into Wells Fargo and confirmed the dates my account was closed. My account was closed on January 2nd, 2009. There was NO ACCOUNT ACTIVITY in my account for several months prior to it closing. I reviewed my bank statements and none of them show any electronic funds being received from any company.
I called Eric Johnson and told him that if I am to be sued, I'd like the information sent to me in writing and that I'd be happy to take it to court. He hung up.
I am calling the Attorney Generals Office to file a complaint and I'm going to research what else I can do.
DO NOT PAY THESE PEOPLE MONEY! IT IS BOGUS!!! AND NEVER USE ANY INTERNET PAYDAY LENDERS! THEY WILL SELL YOUR INFORMATION!
Pissed & pregnant
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 05/22/2009 02:30 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/National-Affidavit-Processing/Phoenix-Arizona/National-Affidavit-Processing-SCAM-National-Affidavit-ProcessingLegal-Affidavit-Offic-454525. 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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