Report: #1395072

Complaint Review: Cash Advance

  • Submitted: Wed, August 23, 2017
  • Updated: Wed, August 23, 2017
  • Reported By: Brown-Fuller — Austin Texas USA
  • Cash Advance
    E 7th Street
    Austin, Texas

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*Consumer Comment: Sounds like someone is trying to scam you

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person was in a very bad accident and has been unable to work for several months.  employee is trying to hold position until she gets well.  several more before she can return to work.  accident happen shortly receiving and has been unable to comunicate with company.                                         


                                                                                   Austin, Texas

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#1 Consumer Comment

Sounds like someone is trying to scam you

AUTHOR: FloridaNative - (USA)

You didn't post the email you received, but the email address you posted is from a scammer.

If you owe a cash advance company, this scammer is not the way to pay it. Be careful because there are people pretending to be a collection agency or attorney. No one can arrest you for a debt. That statement tells me that a scammer has contacted you and is trying to get you to pay something. Don't contact them. Don't send them any money. Even if you owe a payday loan, if you pay this scammer you still owe the money to the actual lender. Don't fall for this scam. 

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