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Post by Guest,

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Post by law firm,

2144663764 Consumer Alert: Attorney General warns Kansans of debt collection scamJanuary , -- Attorney General Steve Six is cautioning Kansas consumers about telephone calls from apparent fake debt collectors who are impersonating law enforcement officers in an effort to extort money from consumers -   Consumers are warned to not submit payments to these fraudulent debt collectors -When calling, the scammers most often state they are attempting to collect a debt related to an internet payday loan obtained by the consumer, but which the consumer never repaid -  Consumers state they have never obtained such a loan or paid off the loan years ago -  The scam artists have most recently identified themselves as ACS, National Affidavit Processing Department and United Financial Crime Division, but may use additional phony names -  It appears the phone numbers used by the scammers are “spoofed” numbers, so that the number appearing on a consumer’s caller ID is not the actual number of where the call originated - It appears the calls in question may be originating from outside the United States -When questioned, the individual calling refuses to disclose the full name or address of the collection agency they claim to represent -  These scammers have been able to provide consumers with identifying information, such as the consumer’s social security number, home address, e-mail address, names of family members and the consumer’s computer IP address -  Since the callers are able to provide valid personal information, consumers may become confused and believe they are being contacted in regard to a legitimate debt -If the initial debt collection scam is unsuccessful, consumers have been re-contacted months later with the scammers posing as law enforcement officers or officers of the court -  Typically, the consumer is threatened with arrest for fraud or some other fictitious crime unless the consumer agrees to immediately wire money via Western Union -  The fictitious officers strive to frighten and confuse consumers into compliance by using legal sounding terms such as “We’re filing an affidavit against you” or by stating a lawsuit has been or is in the process of being filed against the consumer -A hallmark of each scam has been calling consumers repeatedly at their place of employment -  This scam hit home when an employee of the Kansas Attorney General’s Office was repeatedly called both on her cell phone and at work -  Despite the employee’s repeated verbal disputes, the caller refused to provide any identifying information to allow her to send a written dispute - The scammer also continued to call her numerous times a day regarding a payday loan she denied obtaining - Two months later, she was again contacted by telephone by an individual identifying himself as an “officer” - “I denied owing the debt and refused to pay without being provided validation of the debt - I was then told, ‘If that’s the case, I will have local law enforcement come to your place of business and drag you out kicking and screaming’,” stated the employee -“It is important for consumers to know their rights under the law,” Attorney General Six said - “If a consumer is receiving calls from a debt collection company and believe it is a scam, I encourage them to contact our office immediately -”Under the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA), collectors are required to send consumers a written notice within five days of the initial contact -  The notification should contain  information such as the amount of the debt, the name of the creditor to whom the debt is owed and a statement informing the consumer they have thirty days to contact the debtor in writing to dispute the debt or request validation of the debt - In addition, legitimate debt collectors are prohibited by the FDCPA from making false or misleading representations, such as the consumer has committed a crime, implying nonpayment will result in the consumer’s arrest, or using the threat of violence -More information is available on the Federal Fair Debt Collection Practices Act at www -ftc -gov bcp edu pubs consumer credit cre -pdf - To register a complaint with the Kansas Attorney General’s Consumer Protection Division, call () - or visit www -ksag -org -www -ksag -org page consumer-alert-attor - - collection-scam

Post by Guest,

214-466-3764 Repeat caller - Hangs up - Doesn't speak - Harassing -

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Post by Adam,

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