- Report: #710194
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Complaint Review: united nations legal department (UNLD)
united nations legal department (UNLD)not sure, California United States of America
united nations legal department ,UNLD, officer bruce johnson, officer mark johnson, officer david johnson, this company has been calling me and threatening me at home and work. they claim i owe a payday loan that i don't owe. not sure, California
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this man calls my work and home yelling, cursing and threatening me to go to jail. today i called payday one and of course i have never had a loan through them because they do not even service my state!
i then called the number back and let them know this information and told them to call the payday one phone number (witch i gave him) if he has any further questions. this has been happening off and on for one year.
there must be something i can do, i feel they may actually be in another country, as his english is terrible and he keeps using very generic american names: officer bruce johnson, officer mark johnson, officer david johnson, officer mark thompson, and so on.
i also contacted payday one letting them know all of the information and telling them since UNLD claims to represent them that they should do something as well. i am now looking for legal representation.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 03/25/2011 12:22 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/united-nations-legal-department-UNLD/not-sure-California-/united-nations-legal-department-UNLD-officer-bruce-johnson-officer-mark-johnson-office-710194. 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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