• Report: #1056025
Complaint Review:

National Revenue Reporting Inc.

  • Submitted: Mon, June 03, 2013
  • Updated: Mon, June 03, 2013

  • Reported By: Tiredof threats — Wilkes-Barre Pennsylvania
National Revenue Reporting Inc.
3719 Union Road Cheektowaga, New York USA

National Revenue Reporting Inc. Mona Fitzpatrick, Sue Conway Threatened me with felonious use of a check book, checking fraud, 2 other charges Cheektowaga New York

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  This is the letter I received via email from National Revenue Reporting Inc, 3719 Cheektowga NY 14225. I am not able to copy the heading. I received a phone call from a source on Wednesday, May 29th at 12:15 p.m. telling me I would be served with three warrants for fraudulant use of a check book from 2004 or 2007 in the amount of $636.75. I was told that I would be arrested that evening if I did not make arrangements to pay this amount. I was instructed to call 888-858-0822 and make arrangements to pay. The caller was shown as unidentified so I could not call them back. I called the number and made arrangements to pay this in monthly installments of $50. I gave them my credit card information, then I received a bogus looking letter via email. I checked my credit reports and could find nothing like this on them. On Friday, May 31st I went to my bank, National Penn Bank, and spoke with the bank manager, who found this site and closed my account, which is a pain, but was necessary. Today I received a call from the unidentified number telling me that they were not going to play games and I will be arrested this evening. A report was filed with the banks fraud department and I am now reporting it as a SCAM to this site. My next move is to the Better Business Bureau in NY and PA. 6/3/2013 Status: BALANCE DUE ID: 103599 Original Creditor: Check n Go Installment Loans Original Account No.: 6881077 Balance Paid: $636.75 Dear Sandra Ashley, National Revenue Reporting Inc. has offered you an opportunity to satisfy your delinquent account. This BALANCE-IN-FULL. shall be in the total amount of $636.75. $50.00 will be due in our office on 06/3, 07/3, 08/3, 09/3, 10/3, 11/3, 12/3, 1/3/14, 2/3/14, 3/3/14, and $36.75 will be due on 4/3/14. Upon clearance of funds your account will be considered PAID IN FULL. If you have any questions relative to the above referenced settlement, please do not hesitate to contact our office toll-free at 1-888-858-0822, Monday through Thursday 9:00 am – 6:00 pm EST and Friday 9:00 am – 4:00 pm EST. Please refer to the ID No. indicated above. Sincerely, Mona Fitzpatrick Account Specialist

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