Complaint Review: Advanced Cash Services
Advanced Cash Services Kevin Clark SCAM Not listed Nationwide
*Consumer Comment: The first letter looks like a new letter from the scammers
Below are two emails from these scammers.
This is t me, I've never had any such email address as they stated, nor have I ever banked with Wells Fargo. I tried to mess with them and see how far I was able to push them but no reply as of yet. I asked for my IP address as they claim to have, still no reply. Is there not a way to stop these people?
Marie Mohler, (not my name, but the name they choose for me) ha ha
This is ACS (Advance cash services), it is a mother company which owns and operates more than 350 websites, you applied from one of our website and you never bothered to pay this debt, so the creditor wants to know your intention about this matter of yours that what would you like to do.
And we are talking about the loan amount of $300.00 that you took with the company ACS – Advance Cash Services (A Parental Pay Day Advance Company), using an e-mail address (email@example.com). They do have a signed copy of the contract which is signed under your e-mail address, also would like to mention your computer's IP address and your SSN was also traced when you were signing the contract with the company.
The company has more than 14 technical evidence in order to prove the money was successfully deposited into your bank account with Wells Fargo Bank.
Kindly provide us the date on with which you can come up $964.78 And provide us your card details so that we can send you an Electronic Agreement which you need to click on the signature panel and type your name. The moment you will type your name on that panel it will automatically capture your digital signature and thereafter you need to click on the option “to get e-signed” which you will find at bottom of the agreement to forward your signed documents, so that we can update your file as well as account department accordingly.
The information which you have to send us is as below:-
Name appearing on Card:
16-digit Card Number:
Expiration Date :
3-digit CVV number [appearing on back side of card]:
Address associated with the card:
Do revert ASAP.
Sent: Thursday, May 01, 2014 4:42 AM
To: Debt Collector
Subject: Re: CASE FILE #: JZ-40230; Subject - Lawsuit
Please advise who the original "loan" or debit was through, name of company please. Who or where do I pay?
Sent from Mars
On Apr 30, 2014, at 12:42 PM, "Debt Collector" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
Amount Due: $964.78
Case File #: JZ-40230
Case File Transferred: - March 2014
Our company (ACS INCORP) has authorized us to recover the full amount due to them. As we put your Social Security Number into our National Checking Database System we found that you have been never charged for a fraud activity & that’s the reason Court House has decided to give you chance to take care of this issue outside the Court without having a report on your Credit History and Social Security Number.
We regret that if we do not receive your response within the next 48 hours, we shall have no alternative but to take action through your local County Court to recover the amount due together with court costs and legal fees which is approximately $2645.43
AS YOU ARE A DEFAULTER ON THIS CREDIT UNITED LEGAL INVESTIGATION BUREAU HAS STATED 3 SERIOUS ALLEGATIONS AGAINST YOU AND THEY ARE:
(1) VIOLATION OF FEDERAL BANKING REGULATION
(2) COLLATERAL CHECK FRAUD
(3) THEFT BY DECEPTION
If Court action is taken and Judgment / Decree obtained against you to recover the sum due, we may need to ask the court to make one of the following orders should the debt remain unpaid:-
• Warrant of Execution (Exceptional Attachment Order). Seizure and sale of movable non-essential assets / property by a County Court Bailiff or Sheriff Officer
• Attachment of Earnings base (Earnings Arrestment). Deduction from your wages by your employer or arrestment of part of your salary to satisfy the debt
The Factual Basis for the complaints is as follows:-
You agreed to return the funds from the aforementioned income advancement as per contract.
And as per the agreement the funds have yet to be returned and the collateral has proven to be null that is to say of no value.
At present, ACS INC is seeking either of the following remedies:-
All funds to be returned as per terms of initial contract
Dear Customer as we were investigating your profile, we found you to be a genuine person so it is our duty to help you out but for that we need some right answers from your side. Also we would like to know your intentions?
If you have recently settled this account, please contact us immediately to avoid further action. Otherwise, payment options are set out overleaf or alternatively call us now on+1-321.200.0134 to pay or agree a repayment plan with us.
NOTE: THIS CASE IS UNDER INVESTIGATION UNDER MAJOR CREDIT BUREAUS.
Collections & Legal Department
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