Report: #784204

Complaint Review: National Processing Center

  • Submitted: Mon, October 03, 2011
  • Updated: Mon, October 03, 2011
  • Reported By: TylerD2 — Washington District of Columbia United States of America
  • National Processing Center
    325 Pennsylvania Ave, SE PMB #220
    Washington, District of Columbia
    United States of America

National Processing Center Targeting the elderly in a mail phishing scam Washington, District of Columbia

*Consumer Comment: 2013 Complaint

*Consumer Comment: That's pretty funny...

*Consumer Comment: Really?

*Consumer Comment: Special Investigations Department?

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Aaron's Business Services
325 Pennsylvania Ave, SE
Washington, DC 20077

This company is under investigation for a mail phishing fraud conspiracy.  They are targeting the elderly as the "National Processing Center".  It's at PMB #220. 

Aaron's Business Services could be shut down in as little as 30 days for being involved.  If you have done any business with them or if you have mail there, you need to remove your mail and cancel your account.  If not, you're mail and incoming mail will be seized and searched for illicit activity. 

We will not tolerate people that take advantage of the elderly and punishments for this crime will be met with swift and harsh action.

Tyler
Special Investigations Department
United States of America
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#1 Consumer Comment

2013 Complaint

AUTHOR: iwantthemoney - ()

 Today, July 17, 2013 I received this scam in the mail. 

I am goiing through a terrible time in my life and these false hopes only make it worse.

I want the money they lie about wanting to give us.  How can we get it?  I am serious.

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#2 Consumer Comment

That's pretty funny...

AUTHOR: Ken - (USA)

You really need to be more creative with your "job title."

What department of government are you with, er "Tyler"?

Do you have a "GS" rating or are you the janitor?
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#3 Consumer Comment

Really?

AUTHOR: Susan - (USA)

Really?

Tyler
Special Investigations Department
United States of America


Even if the place was wrong, and didn't do the printing you liked, you proved yourself to be crazy.
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#4 Consumer Comment

Special Investigations Department?

AUTHOR: Robert - (USA)

Special Investigations Department?

I gotta wonder who is scamming who with a signature block like that!  You do realize that such a silly name puts you in the same category as the infamous scammers who claim folks owe money when they don't?

LMAO!

Ya gotta do better than that bucko!
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