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Fake Debt Collector – Consumer Complaint – 1-27-2012

Date This Problem Happened: January 27, 2012

State You Live in: New York

Race/Ethnicity: White

Age Range: 21-35

Total Amount of Fee Paid:

Company Name: Michael Carter

Company Address:

Company Telephone Number: 818-337-3042

Website of Company:

Consumer Statement:

I got a phone call around 6pm tonight saying that I was going to be arrested tomorrow at work if I wasnt at work I would be areested at my home. The call had a very heavy accent sounded like he was from India. He knew my socal number my address where I worked everything. He said they been contacting my via email and phone when I said they havent been he said well the state police contacted you and I told them no. Then he got uptight got mad and meaner then said that i would be arrest in the am and bye then hung up. I called back and they wouldnt answer.

Consumer Action Taken:

I tired to get his information about the company and my debt he got mad the more I went agaisnt him. I looked the number up online and it has been reported alot as a scam. the website i found the scam info on is http://800notes.com/Phone.aspx/1-818-337-3042/3 there is a list of people that have been affected by this scam.


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  • http://profile.yahoo.com/ZWLSVXSLLRQYBJL62YTC4A6WEU Lorena Jackson

    As of 6-17-2012, I recieved a voice mail on my home phone stating this person’s name is Jake Dawson, and he’s from the FTC(Federal Trade Commission) and he had recieved a complaint in a case and I am the only suspect. And if I did not return the call it would be detrimental to me. So I tried to call the number which was 347-441-4585, and  a recording came on saying the office was closed at that time,and leave the name of the officer that contacted me as well as my name and number. I did that, and less than 30 minutes I recieved a call from this person identifying his self as Jake Dawson once again, and then he preceded to give me a docket # for this case, and then he claim to transfer me to another officer who was to explain to me why I was going to be arrested.The gentleman had a foreign accent, and went to explain that I took out a loan online,and did not pay it back, and when I told him I knew nothing about a loan, and that I did apply for one but never got it, he proceed to tell me that they tried to get the money from my account, and he called my bank name where my paycheck is direct deposited, and said I had insufficient funds, at that time I started ranting and raving and threatening him, that if he so much as touch a dime of my hard-earned money,I will come into whatever country he was in and find him. He Hung Up..He stated that the loan company where I got the loan was CashnetUSA….

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