Report: #1404902

Complaint Review: Cash advance usa - Internet

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  • Reported By: Tinaslck — San diego California USA
  • Cash advance usa Internet USA

Cash advance usa Cash advance first rejected me and then sent that phony UNITED state attorney general's office letter saying that the state is sending my info to 3 major credit Bureaus and the social security office and my current place of employment. They are charging me for cheque fraud, theft by deception and violation of federal banking regulation. And that i was monitored online using my e-mail address in order to solicite funds. Saying that they are issuing a warrant for my arrest and get me fired from my job. And that my social security benifits will be placed on hold until the outcome of this case. Internet

*Consumer Comment: Clearly a scam -

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 I've received a letter that I have frauded this company for funds and that the attorney general's office of the u.s.a. is suing me and that they are issuing a warrant for my arrest trying to get me fired from my job and that my social security benefits will be placed on hold until this matter is resolved. That I was being monitored through my e mail address for cheque fraud, deception and one other i dont remember. When that so was not the case.

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#1 Consumer Comment

Clearly a scam -

AUTHOR: Denita - (United States)

POSTED: Wednesday, November 01, 2017

I read the letter you attached to your complaint. It would be funny, except that some people don't understand that it is a scammer attempting to intimidate someone into paying a non-existant debt.  The shame of it is that some people do fall for this very poor attempt at bogus debt collection. It is most clearly written by a scammer. Tips that it is a scam: it is poorly written and the process described in the letter/email is not at all accurate.  The letter writer has no idea of what the collection process is here in the US and suggests a process that is illegal such as notifying the employer and child support enforcement division. There are more red flags that are all over that letter/email. Thank you for posting the email. I hope others see that it is a scam. The best way to get rid of these people is to ignore them. Don't contact them and don't send them any money. They can't do anything to you - none of their threats can be taken seriously. 

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