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Complaint Review: Paul Anderson {Accounting Department} Debt Collection Agency - Dc Washington

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  • Paul Anderson {Accounting Department} Debt Collection Agency St NE, Washington, DC 20543 Dc, Washington United States

Paul Anderson {Accounting Department} Debt Collection Agency Threatening me with a warrant Dc Washington

*Consumer Comment: Hey John

*General Comment: Zero Information

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In the Matter of Arrest For, NON-PAID LOAN AND CHECK FRAUD. Case Number :- FGTM-98524L2
An application by a federal law enforcement officer or an attorney for the government requested to arrest the following person.
Charges Pressed against the name are:-
Count 1: Violation of federal banking regulation
Count 2: Collateral Cheque Fraud (According to Act no 76) Count 3: Theft By The deception (According to Act no 48)
Cyrus R. Vance Jr.
163 West 125th St.
New York, NY- 10027. ------------------------------------
Any authorized law enforcement officer
PS: If you fail Respond within 24 hours this Legal Action will be activated. You be Entitled for an OOCR,Clearance Certificate and Court Resolvement Paper If you want to avoid this issue you can email us back on Email Address :
If in that the affidavit (S) or any recorded testimony, establish probable cause to arrest the person.
(JUDGE SIGNATURE) CYRUS R. VANCE JR 163 West 125th St. New York, NY-10027

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#2 Consumer Comment

Hey John

AUTHOR: Stacey - (United States)

POSTED: Sunday, March 31, 2019

This is a SCAM - common knowledge. Here is some info 

"They might threaten garnishment of your wages or seizure of your assets, all the way up to arrest and jail time if the consumer does not pay on this debt right away," said John Breyault, who runs the National Consumers League's website.

 These phone bandits commonly target people who've taken out—or simply applied for—an online payday loan. They sound credible because they have all the personal information needed to apply for the loan. They probably know your bank and they might have all or part of your Social Security number.

"The fact that they have this incredible amount of personal information is part of the reason why people pay them," said Elizabeth Scott, an attorney with the Federal Trade Commission. "Victims are convinced that only someone who they legitimately owe money to would have this information."

Thousands of people have complained about phantom debt collectors. The FTC has already filed four cases involving fraudulent collection of online payday loans. The total loss from just these cases is estimated to be close to $20 million.

So yes this is a fraudulent email 


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#1 General Comment

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AUTHOR: John - (United States)

POSTED: Saturday, March 30, 2019

Thanks for the worthless post.  You might ask yourself why you would post this without any background information - for example, why you think that a resident of DC would get an official "arrest warrant" document from New York City, or why it would include a clickable gmail address (so official!  Gmail!)  Instead you just post a picture of the "warrant" with no background info at all.  So where's the ripoff?  Have you concluded that this is phony?  Then why not say so?

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