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sealey

Sealey 5733403873

  • 2019/10/23 (1 month ago)

Got a phone call on Thanksgiving at that from a thick accented man with this number. Told us on the message all the same thongs. They need to be stopped before someone who isn't intelligent enough or too scared to question it gets  taken for everything they have. Think I am calling someone on this matter tomorrow since everything is closed today..

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hernandez

Hernandez 5733403873

  • 2019/06/09 (6 months ago)

For at least the last four years, possibly longer, a group has been calling former payday loan applicants advising them that they have defrauded a bank and are now being sued for non-payment of a loan.  The callers will claim to be calling on behalf of an attorney's office (name varies), the Dept. of Law and Investigation, AC'S, or other similar combinations below:United Legal Processing DivisionMidline MarketingCrime Monitoring ServicesMonetary Crime DivisionU.S. National Bank Attorney General’s Office (usually in California)American Legal ServicesAffidavit Consolidation Services (AC'S)You will be threatened with arrest, a costly trial and possibly worse.  In no shape, way or form can you be arrested for non-payment on a consumer debt.  Do not believe these threats, as they are without merit and cannot be carried out in the manner they allege.  Who are they? In the past when pressed by law enforcement for an address, the callers have provided the following information:David Morgan and AssociatesMorgan AssociatesMorgan Associates𝟵𝟱𝟰-𝟳𝟮𝟳-𝟴𝟰𝟴𝟭 𝟭𝟭𝟱𝟱 Northwest 𝟴𝟱th Street Wintergarden, Florida  𝟯𝟯𝟭𝟱𝟬 (Address is likely invalid)The collector's MO matches a once legit collections agency called Ellis Crosby Associates.  Here are some links on them:http://www.budhibbs.com/collectorpages/ellis_crosby_and_associates.htmhttp://www.budhibbs.com/collectorpages/EllisCrosbyJudgment.pdfThey have been previously fined over $𝟭.𝟯 million for various violations.  They have been known to use phone banks in India to make their calls, which more or less coincides with the difficult to understand accent many of us detect when we are contacted.   The last time this group went by any "official" name was back in 𝟮𝟬𝟬𝟴:Ellis Crosby Associates / Douglas Morgan Associates𝟰𝟰𝟵𝟰 Southside Boulevard Suite #𝟮𝟬𝟬Jacksonville Florida 𝟯𝟮𝟮𝟭𝟲Phone:  𝟴𝟬𝟬-𝟵𝟮𝟴-𝟯𝟱𝟯𝟲 / (𝟵𝟬𝟰) 𝟵𝟮𝟴-𝟯𝟱𝟯𝟲(Address is likely invalid)There are NUMEROUS consumer alerts out against this group of individuals:Florida:http://jacksonville.com/tu-online/stories/𝟬𝟲𝟭𝟭𝟬𝟳/met_𝟭𝟳𝟲𝟮𝟬𝟳𝟱𝟲𝟭.shtmlKansas:  http://www.consumeraffairs.com/news𝟬𝟰/𝟮𝟬𝟭𝟬/𝟬𝟭/ks_debt_collection.htmlColorado:  http://www.coloradoattorneygeneral.gov/press/ ... lls_likely_origRhode Island:  http://www.collectionscreditrisk.com/news/rho ... -𝟯𝟬𝟬𝟮𝟭𝟯𝟱-𝟭.htmlWest Virginia:http://www.wvago.gov/internetloanscam.cfmMissouri:On July 𝟭𝟱th, 𝟮𝟬𝟭𝟬 a Public Awareness Bulletin was sent out by Missouri Information Analysis Center.  "..received reports from individuals in Ohio and Illinois reference suspicious telephone calls they received. In both instances, the callers are reporting that a voicemail is received from a man, with a Middle Eastern accent, identifying himself as an officer working with the Financial Crimes Unit.  The message indicates that the reason for the call concerns a loan made by the receiver or someone in the receiver's family. The voicemail requests that a return call be made and a telephone number is provided. When a return call is made, the caller is asked to provide personal identifying information such as their date of birth and social security number.Reports indicate that the calls are frequent and persistent and that they even threaten arrest or legal action if information or money is not provided. It appears that the individuals making these calls may have access to some records connecting individuals and their relatives.  Missouri does not have a Financial Crimes Unit and all indications are that this is a fictitious agency. If you receive a similar phone call, please be advised that it is a scam and please contact your local law enforcement agency or the Missouri Information Analysis Center at 𝟴𝟲𝟲-𝟯𝟲𝟮-𝟲𝟰𝟮𝟮."Bottom line:Do not supply the callers with any additional information.  Inform them you have reported them to law enforcement and hang up.  If you haven't already, go ahead and report the calls to local law enforcement, your state's Attorney General and beyond.  Look up the local Secret Service branch's information in your area and get in contact with an agent there.  If you ever applied for a cash advance online, your information is out there.   Possible sources for the breach of your privacy are:* The scammers obtained your information from Teletrack - a reporting agency used by many cash advance lenders to determine their risk lending to you.  The service is able to tell cash advance lenders if you have existing loans with other companies, for example.  Many state laws prohibit borrowers from having more than two cash advances out at the same time. * The scammers created their own fake payday loan application site.  People looking for a cash advance went to the site and applied, thus freely providing the scammers with their information for malicious use at a later time.  * The scammers were able to get into the database(s) of cash advance lenders - probable targets being Sonic Payday and Cashnet USA.   How to protect yourself:* Inform your employer.  You are likely getting calls at home and/or at work, so make sure your employer is aware the calls are part of a scam and to not take them seriously.  Advise the callers that they are no longer allowed to call you at work.  If they continue to call, document the date and time of the calls you received.  Save voice mails left if at all possible.  * Change your number(s).  For some this may not be an option, for others a one-time number change can be done free of charge.Be advised - any references you listed on your payday loan application will be contacted.  Let those people know that this is a scam, and they can disregard. * Use Google Voice.  Google Voice is a great replacement voice mail system for just about any phone number you use.  Messages can be transcribed and voice mail recordings can be saved as mp𝟯 files.  Pro Tip - call the scammers with a Google Voice number before turning off your old phone numbers.  Make sure when you call you identify yourself so they can start up their script.  At any point after they have your information pulled up just hang up.  They will then start religiously calling your Google Voice number.  At this point, you are free to change your regular phone number(s) and enjoy not having these people ever call you again.  (And laugh at the fact these people are basically talking to a brick wall several times a day)The scammers change their numbers frequently.  Law enforcement used to think it was because the callers ran out of minutes on their prepaid wireless accounts or they were shuttered due to fraud, but now they understand it's simply to evade detection by savvy consumers online.  With the proliferation of VoIP, it's even easier for the crooks to stay a couple of steps ahead of law enforcement.  Below is just a sampling of the 𝟯𝟬+ numbers that have been used in recent memory.𝟭-𝟮𝟬𝟭-𝟮𝟰𝟰-𝟳𝟳𝟮𝟮𝟭-𝟮𝟬𝟵-𝟯𝟰𝟵-𝟳𝟯𝟴𝟮𝟭-𝟮𝟬𝟵-𝟳𝟵𝟳-𝟮𝟮𝟭𝟮𝟭-𝟮𝟭𝟮-𝟱𝟬𝟬-𝟬𝟴𝟯𝟵𝟭-𝟮𝟭𝟯-𝟮𝟱𝟲-𝟬𝟰𝟬𝟴𝟭-𝟮𝟭𝟯-𝟵𝟵𝟱-𝟯𝟬𝟯𝟵𝟭-𝟮𝟴𝟭-𝟳𝟲𝟯-𝟬𝟰𝟯𝟯𝟭-𝟯𝟰𝟳-𝟮𝟴𝟵-𝟯𝟵𝟬𝟮𝟭-𝟯𝟰𝟳-𝟴𝟰𝟰-𝟲𝟴𝟭𝟳𝟭-𝟯𝟰𝟳-𝟴𝟰𝟰-𝟲𝟴𝟯𝟭𝟭-𝟰𝟮𝟰-𝟯𝟱𝟰-𝟰𝟮𝟳𝟬𝟭-𝟱𝟭𝟲-𝟮𝟯𝟮-𝟴𝟵𝟬𝟱𝟭-𝟱𝟭𝟲-𝟮𝟯𝟮-𝟴𝟵𝟯𝟱𝟭-𝟱𝟭𝟴-𝟮𝟭𝟮-𝟬𝟮𝟭𝟵𝟭-𝟱𝟲𝟭-𝟯𝟬𝟬-𝟴𝟬𝟭𝟴𝟭-𝟱𝟲𝟭-𝟮𝟭𝟬-𝟰𝟭𝟴𝟱𝟭-𝟲𝟮𝟲-𝟮𝟬𝟬-𝟰𝟲𝟰𝟲𝟭-𝟲𝟯𝟭-𝟰𝟱𝟲-𝟰𝟬𝟰𝟭𝟭-𝟲𝟰𝟲-𝟮𝟳𝟰-𝟭𝟭𝟰𝟯𝟭-𝟲𝟰𝟲-𝟴𝟭𝟬-𝟴𝟲𝟯𝟱𝟭-𝟲𝟱𝟬-𝟮𝟰𝟭-𝟰𝟲𝟬𝟰𝟭-𝟳𝟬𝟳-𝟰𝟬𝟭-𝟰𝟬𝟱𝟲𝟭-𝟳𝟬𝟳-𝟲𝟯𝟯-𝟮𝟳𝟴𝟵𝟭-𝟳𝟬𝟴-𝟰𝟬𝟭-𝟬𝟱𝟯𝟱𝟭-𝟳𝟭𝟲-𝟰𝟰𝟮-𝟮𝟴𝟮𝟰𝟭-𝟳𝟭𝟳-𝟴𝟲𝟮-𝟰𝟬𝟴𝟬𝟭-𝟳𝟭𝟴-𝟳𝟬𝟱-𝟴𝟲𝟲𝟵𝟭-𝟳𝟲𝟬-𝟱𝟭𝟰-𝟬𝟭𝟯𝟮𝟭-𝟳𝟲𝟬-𝟱𝟲𝟯-𝟱𝟯𝟴𝟰𝟭-𝟳𝟳𝟮-𝟯𝟭𝟴-𝟰𝟵𝟯𝟴𝟭-𝟴𝟱𝟬-𝟮𝟬𝟭-𝟭𝟭𝟭𝟭𝟭-𝟴𝟱𝟴-𝟳𝟳𝟳-𝟭𝟵𝟳𝟳𝟭-𝟴𝟱𝟵-𝟵𝟬𝟴-𝟮𝟮𝟴𝟭𝟭-𝟴𝟲𝟲-𝟴𝟲𝟬-𝟰𝟱𝟬𝟵𝟭-𝟴𝟳𝟳-𝟮𝟮𝟲-𝟳𝟰𝟴𝟴𝟭-𝟴𝟴𝟴-𝟳𝟬𝟲-𝟳𝟰𝟲𝟯𝟭-𝟴𝟴𝟴-𝟳𝟳𝟭-𝟵𝟮𝟰𝟵𝟭-𝟴𝟴𝟴-𝟳𝟴𝟱-𝟰𝟰𝟳𝟵𝟭-𝟵𝟬𝟵-𝟯𝟮𝟳-𝟰𝟴𝟳𝟬So can they really do anything to you?It's not a simple yes or no answer.  Logic dictates that, if they really wanted to take you for a ride and drain your bank accounts, they already would have.  So, why haven't they?  Authorization.  Why do you think you are being called so much?  Perhaps it is because they like the sound of your voice?  No, they have to have your authorization to take any form of payment from you, period.  The callers know their audience, and that audience is typically a bunch of people that have applied for payday loans in the past.  Most of those people they call couldn't afford an attorney if they wanted one, and are so used to receiving collections calls that so long as they sound like a real collector, they will likely be perceived as one.Furthermore, they don't even really want to talk to your attorney - that just sounds official and scary enough.  A real attorney would take the callers to task and write them off as two-bit con artists.  The callers need you, in writing, to authorize payment against the fictitious debt they claim you owe.  Go ahead, ask them for proof you owe the debt - more commonly known as verification of debt.  See what they say.  A phone authorization carries very little weight, so if they have something signed by you on file, you are done for - and the callers know that.  That authorization is the only thing these callers are doing by the book, and for good reason.  If they just went all willy nilly and made an ACH debit from your checking account, without your written approval, you could in turn report the transaction as fraudulent to your financial institution.  In about 𝟳-𝟭𝟬 business days, you would get the funds returned to your account.  Then the scammers would be up against a bank and their team of lawyers and investigators.  Bottom line:If you haven't paid the callers a dime, don't.  If you planned on paying them to shut them up, just don't.  Remember - you are not being contacted by a legally licensed, ethically owned and operated collector.  Read up on the FDCPA - http://www.ftc.gov/bcp/edu/pubs/consumer/credit/cre𝟮𝟳.pdf - and know your rights.https://𝟴𝟬𝟬notes.com/Phone.aspx/𝟭-𝟲𝟰𝟲-𝟮𝟳𝟰-𝟭𝟭𝟰𝟯/𝟯.

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paulamcdonnell

Paulamcdonnell 5733403873

  • 2019/05/30 (6 months ago)

I RECEIVED THIS CALL FROM SOMEONE CALLING HIMSELF DAVID GRAHAM OR BROWN.  HE HAD A THICK ACCENT AND HE TOLD ME THAT IT WAS A TIME SENSITIVE MATTER, DID NOT SAY WHAT IT WAS ABOUT, GAVE ME HIS PHONE NUMBER AND WISHED ME LUCK. HE SAID I SHOULD NOT DISREGARD THE CALL.  HE SAID THAT IT WOULD BE BEST THAT I GET AN ATTORNEY.  I HAVE NO IDEA WHAT THIS IS ABOUT AND HAVE NO INTENTIONS OF CALLING HIM BACK.  HE DID NOT STATE WHAT THE ISSUE WAS ABOUT.  I THINK IT IS SOME KIND OF SCAM.  CAN YOU TELL ME WHO TO CONTACT ON THIS?.

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blair

Blair 5733403873

  • 2019/04/01 (8 months ago)

I got a call from the same number, say his name was mike Anderson, he even called my work and left a message with the receptionist. Something about me needing to contact an attorney and it being time sensitive. When he called my cell a second time, I answered and there was nothing, nobody there..

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gary

Gary 5733403873

  • 2019/01/30 (10 months ago)

i got a call from these idiots said his name was shawn michaels and when i asked for info and i started calling him a , how about those virgins etc he hung up on me but the kicker is he tryed to tell me im 𝟳𝟮 years old and im only 𝟮𝟱 had a cold when i talked to him and he said he couldnt understand MY accent too funny..

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mantou

Mantou 5733403873

  • 2018/11/26 (1 year ago)

This is too funny, I was already laughing at this man's theory on leaving a collection message.  I know I do not have any outstanding bills so I was curious.  When I called the number back, it rang a few times, then it directed me to to (Google-messages.  I called again and I got this man on the phone (which as per his accent it was evident he was not American) he said I was calling the "Federal Credit Law Firm".  I asked who the attorney was, he stated the attorney is Charles Taylor. He then started getting smart with me so I terminated the call.  I am further looking into this, this sounds like a great lawsuit waiting to happen or at least to get them to stop calling from what is obvious another country!  I can't see collectors being this stupid, although I some try!.

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vanessadisla

Vanessadisla 5733403873

  • 2018/11/14 (1 year ago)

got a call from the same place.  could hardly understand the message because his accent was so thick.  explaining that i needed to call back because it was a time sensitive matter, and that myself or an attorney would need to call him back.  very weird call..

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lesleybateman

Lesleybateman 5733403873

  • 2018/10/26 (1 year ago)

Sounds like the same guy I got this call from, his name was Steven Johnson Lola my butt. He told me he wanted the name of my criminal attorney. Criminal Attorney what?? I laughed and asked him if he was serious? He didn't find the humor in it and asked me to stop barking like a dog. He seriously said that. I couldn't stay on the phone with him long enough to really get to the actual reason for the phone call. I hung up on him I have better things to do with my time than to try and have a conversation with a Steven Johnson who can't speak English very well..

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melbourne

Melbourne 5733403873

  • 2018/06/07 (1 year ago)

I got this too and called the FBI They sais it is a HUGE scam.  Ignore the calls.

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