"Notice Of Court Proceeding Case File Number" United States Law Firm Group Scam

The email message below with the subject: "Notice Of Court Proceeding Case File Number," which claims that legal actions against the recipients have been started by United States Law Firm Group (USLFG), is a scam. The fake email message was sent by scammers to frighten and trick the recipients into sending them money, by claiming that they owe money and threaten legal actions. Therefore, recipients of the fake email message should delete and not follow the instructions in it.

Notice Of Court Proceeding Case File Number United States Law Firm Group Scam

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The Fake United States Law Firm Group Court Notice Email

From: "DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE" <uscs.lawoffice@gmail.com>
Date: Sep 4, 2016 7:39 AM
To: "United States Collection Services" <uscs.lawoffice@gmail.com>



PAST DUE AMOUNT - $1284.36


Arrest Warrant ID- 63985/JK which will be issued on Monday at 2:30 PM..

SETTLEMENT AMOUNT - 798.00 within 24 hours then we will close this account as paid in full with zero balance.

Your Case No # HFK-2544 is handling by LEGAL DEPARTMENT OF UNITED STATES LAW FIRM GROUP and we are working with FTC, FBI and all the three credit bureaus, So now you may cooperate us in order to resolve the case file HFK-2544 BEFORE WE DOWNLOAD YOUR CASE FILE # HFK-2544 INTO THE COURT HOUSE.

You are going to be legally prosecuted in the Courthouse within couple of days. Your S.S.N is put on hold by US Government, so before something goes wrong we would like to notify you about this matter.

Consider this as a final warning. And we will be Emailing/ Fax this issue to your current employer to make sure they take strict action against you. Your salary wages will be garnished too.





We will be forced to proceed legally against you and once it is processed the creditor has entire rights to inform your employer and your references regarding this issue and the lawsuit will be the next step which will be amounting to$3931.08 and will be totally levied upon you and that would be excluding your attorney charges. If you take care of this out of court then we will release the clearance certificate from the court and we will make sure that no one will contact you in future.

Do revert back if you want to get rid of these legal consequences and make a payment arrangement today or else we would be proceeding legally against you. And this is to notify you that this notification will also be sent to your current employer. The opportunity to take care of this voluntary is quickly coming to an end. We would hate for you to lose the option of resolving this before it goes to the next step which is a Lawsuit against you, but to do so you must take immediate action.

If you want to resolve this matter then immediately contact us thru email between working hours 9:00 AM to 6:00 PM (EST)


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August 25, 2020 at 2:02 PM by
"Notice Of Court Proceeding Case File Number" United States Law Firm Group Scam
an anonymous user from: Muskogee, Oklahoma, United States

got one where I supposedly took a loan of 1285.32 out with payday loan case number fr145 they said they searched me out with my social and email address they said they would seddle for 850.00


January 23, 2018 at 1:04 PM by
"Notice Of Court Proceeding Case File Number" United States Law Firm Group Scam
an anonymous user from: Dayton, Ohio, United States

I have received the following email:

"Administrative Department <unitedjudgmentenforcement0002@outlook.com>

Jan 23 at 10:12 AM


Bank A/c:

Bank name:


CREDITOR: Advantage Credit Union.

TOTAL AMOUNT - $1280.00

We are going to be legally prosecuted in the court house within couple of days. Advantage Credit Union. Services Company in order to notify you we were not able to get hold of your case file any more. So the accounts department of Advantage Credit Union. has decided to mark this case as a flat refusal and press legal charges against you. We regret that if we do not receive your response within the next 24 hours, we shall have no alternative but to take action through your local County Court to recover the amount due together with court costs and legal fees which is approximately $3924.27 We give you last chance to settle this account else we have to forward this case for legal department, If once the case gets download in the court then it will add Late payment fees, Documentation fees, Penalty fees, Judge fees and Attorney Charges and Court House fees which may go up to $3924.27.

If you would like to make a one-time final payment to settle your account, we can waive all fees and freeze the existing cash advance thus taking your balance down from $1280.00 to $850.00 One-time final SETTLEMENT AMOUNT before Friday Once you will have full & final receipt once you will make the payment Conciliation Council Inc. collection department we can send you settlement letter along with transaction ID stating that your account has been closed with zero balance for your record purpose.

NOTE- We are in a process to inform the Social Security Administration & Major Credit Bureaus as well.

NOTE: The Legal Charges Section 19(A), Clause 21(US) is against you and if you ignore this case then our legal department will take immediate action you.

We do hope that you will work out with this offer. Or, else we won't be able to help you out. You can avoid this by taking care of this now. Do revert back if you want to get rid of these legal consequences and want to make the settlement amount or else the case will be downloaded against you next week. And we apologies that this notification will also sent to your current employer. The opportunity to take care of this voluntary is quickly coming to an end. We would hate for you to lose the option of resolving this before it goes to the next step which is a Lawsuit against you, but to do so you must take immediate action.

This email is to inform you that now you are directly contacted with accounts department of Advantage Credit Union. and we are handling your case file so it is our request to you has to make the payment directly to accounts department.





Best Regards,

Advantage Credit Union."


June 20, 2018 at 9:00 AM by
"Notice Of Court Proceeding Case File Number" United States Law Firm Group Scam
an anonymous user from: Boston, Massachusetts, United States

I just got the same exact email today. Stating the same case file number and the same amount owed. That's crazy these people really need to be stopped.


March 28, 2018 at 4:38 PM by
"Notice Of Court Proceeding Case File Number" United States Law Firm Group Scam
an anonymous user from: Chicago, Illinois, United States

I received the exact email 3 times. This is a scam, right? But I am afraid, why do they know my bank information.


March 28, 2018 at 5:49 PM by
"Notice Of Court Proceeding Case File Number" United States Law Firm Group Scam

They have phished it from you or infected your computer with spyware.


August 11, 2017 at 4:22 PM by
"Notice Of Court Proceeding Case File Number" United States Law Firm Group Scam
an anonymous user from: Houston, Texas, United States

I also received this. What a joke and it's coming from a gmail account. The thing is that process servers don't call or send you e-mail messages. They will just show up at your address and hand you papers to appear in court. People who do this are preying on people that are gullible and fall for it. The people that send out this c**p should be the ones who are prosecuted!


February 15, 2017 at 4:35 PM by
"Notice Of Court Proceeding Case File Number" United States Law Firm Group Scam
an anonymous user from: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States

Mine came from Advance Cash Services. I don't know if it's a scam or not but my email said the same exact thing as your text above. The same exact amount and everything, even the cash settlement. They said respond by email and did not offer a phone number to call them back. It's a huge coincidence that I would have the same exact letter as the one above just with a slightly different wording. Very slight.. Thank you for the information it's greatly appreciated.


September 24, 2016 at 2:29 PM by
"Notice Of Court Proceeding Case File Number" United States Law Firm Group Scam
an anonymous user from: Needham, Massachusetts, United States

This email is also being portrayed by lenderus.collection@gmail.com. It is being listed as Department of Law & Enforcement.


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