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A Man With a Heavy Accent Says if I Don’t Make a Payment on a Prepaid Card I Will be Arrested. – Kimberly

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I have been geeting a call from a man with a heavy acients saying that if i do not give them 700 on a prepaid card they will arrest me and put me in jail. what should I do they sounds very confident and it has scared me what should I do help Kimberly This is your chance to be ... Read More »

FTC Goes After Another Alleged Collection Enterprise That Threatened Consumers and Offered Debt Reduction Services

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The Federal Trade Commission recently filed suit against Pro Credit Group, Brett Fisher, Sanders Legal Group, Sanders Law, Andre Sanders, My Success Track, Consumer Credit Group, Dale Robinson, William Balsamo and First Financial Asset Services. According to the FTC court documents, the defendants operated a common enterprise while engaging in deceptive acts and practices. They used an interrelated network of ... Read More »

Fake Debt Collectors from India, Stopped

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In December of 2009 I wrote Frightening Calls From Fake Debt Collectors Threaten People With Jail for Payday Loans. It’s a Scam. Since that time people have been receiving an increasing number of brazen calls from fake and phony debt collectors threatening jail or arrest. The names and telephone numbers these fake debt collectors literally scared the money out of ... Read More »

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