- Report: #1127250
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Complaint Review: National Fraud & Worthless Check Division
National Fraud & Worthless Check Division123 Blank Street Houston, Texas USA
National Fraud & Worthless Check Division Possible a Collection Company Houston Texas
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I received a call from 713-955-2034, a woman named Rachel Collins and Dana Clark on 02/26/2014 who stated that I defaulted on a pay day loan back in 2011. I asked the companies name and told tham that was satisfied over 2 years ago. their response, well they must not have received it because this info has just hit our office today and we are giving you a courtesy call to see if you would like to satisfy this out of court. A RIT will be processed in your state within 48 hours and you will be arrested and held in jail until a court date has been given. Your drivers license will be suspended as well. I asked for a copy of this so called accusation be sent to me in an email I have yet to receive.
I got another call today 02/28/2014 stating that I made a promise to pay on yesterday 02/27 inwhich I never made any such statement. They stated since I defaulted on an agreement with them they have no other recourse but to proceed wit the RIT. Good luck and hung up.
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