• Report: #1044648

Complaint Review: national affidavit dept.

  • Submitted: Fri, April 19, 2013
  • Updated: Fri, April 19, 2013

  • Reported By: kenjia — indianapolis Indiana
national affidavit dept.
Internet United States of America

national affidavit dept. John Mills He have registered a case against me from cash advance/cashnet for $450 if I didn't contact him I will pay a penalty of $15000 and $1500 in court and attorney fees Internet

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This man name is John Mills he is saying he is a lawyer and asking for $450.He do not answer your calls,if you call he will email you and tell you that he is traveling if your gonna pay out of court do not pay with a debit card or a bank account you have to go get a greendot moneypak,he wants you to email him the 14-digit card number or call him do not leave a message.

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