Report: #1396938

Complaint Review: Cash Advance

  • Submitted: Thu, August 31, 2017
  • Updated: Thu, August 31, 2017
  • Reported By: Casandra — antioch Tennessee USA
  • Cash Advance


Cash Advance Company sent email for Arrest warranty for unpaid internet loan Internet **Author of this Report is NOT CONFIRMED**

*Consumer Comment: Scam...Nothing to Resolve

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 I am needing to resolve this fraudulent scam against me. I have never been contact by this company regarding any notices of contact by phone or letter dating back March 8, 2015. Claiming they have 17 kinds of technical proof of fraud. They listed the Attorney name Gregory no last name or company information and a officer Joseph Brown with financial crime enforcement department 300 South Spring St Los Angeles CA 90013 Please help.

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#1 Consumer Comment

Scam...Nothing to Resolve

AUTHOR: Robert - (USA)

This as you realize is a scam.  

There is NO lawsuit against you.  They are not trying to collect on any outstanding loan. There will not be anyone coming to arrest you.  

There is nothing to "resolve", nor anything you can do about it other than deleting the email and moving on.

The email you received is the same email they sent out to thousands of other people in the hopes that they get just a few to "bite".   Those that do will be instructed to send this person(s) immediate payment to "settle" this debit.  They ask for it in methods that are basically treated like cash, such as Money Grams, Money Orders or Pre-Paid Debit cards.  The newest is they are starting to ask for Amazon or iTunes GIFT CARDS..yep...and people fall for this. 

The names they gave you are fake, any address they give you is fake or totally unrelated to them. Any phone number they give you is to a pre-paid cell phone that was most likely paid for with a stolen credit card.  The e-mail you got is either from a generic "free" service or one that again they paid for with a stolen credit card.  The chances of them being in the US is about zero.  In other words law enforcement does not have the time nor the resources to track down these people because there is nothing legitimate to go on.


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