“Advance Cash Express (ACE) Lawsuit Case File” Scams

Online users who have received "Advance Cash Express Lawsuit Case File" email messages like the one below, which claim that they have been given a chance to settle an Advance Cash Corp(ACE) debt outside of court, should delete the email messages and not follow the instructions in them. This is because the email messages are fraudulent, and are being sent by scammers to trick the recipients into sending them money believing that they will be sued for money owed and their credit history tarnished.

“Advance Cash Express (ACE) Lawsuit Case File” Scams

The Fraudulent Advance Cash Express (ACE) Email Message

Advance Cash Express <ace.debt.payday@gmail.com>

Lawsuit Case File: ACE/001195 (Urgent Attention)

Loan Account No: ACE/001195

Balance Amount: $935.45

Case File Transferred to Advance Cash Corp.: - JAN, 2017

Dear Customer,

Having checked your Social Security Number through our National Checking Database System, and finding out that you have been never charged for a fraud activity, ACS has decided to give you a chance to take care of this issue outside of the Court without you having a report on your Credit History and SSN. In order to avoid a lawsuit of $4203.86 against you, we request you to kindly pay the Court Restitution Amount which is $935.45. If you settle this matter today, you may be entitled to get some percentage of deduction on the restitution amount. You will have to send us a promissory note in order to hold your case file from being sent to the court house. On a case to case basis, you may be given the solution to pay 45-55% of the pending amount in the same month & a 30 days extension to settle the rest of the settlement amount as mutually agreed.

As we were unable to reach you so we are sending you this final notification through email. This legal matter will require your cooperation, so kindly get in touch with the department to make a payment and freeze down this case.

As you are a defaulter on this credit, the following counts are likely to be represented against you at local County Courthouse:




Once the court action is initiated and a Judgment / Decree against you to recover the balance amount with the cost of law suit is received, we may need to ask the court to give one of the following order, should the debt remains unpaid:-

· Attachment of Earnings base (Earnings Arrestment). Deduction from your wage by your employer or arrestment of part of your salary to satisfy the debt.

· Warrant of Execution (Exceptional Attachment Order). Seizure and sale of movable non-essential assets / property by a County Court Bailiff /Sheriff Officer.

If you are under any state probation or payroll we need you to inform your reporting officer or manager about what you have done in the past and what would be the consequences once the case has been downloaded and executed in your name. If we do not hear from you within 48 hours of the date on this letter, we will be compelled to seek legal representation .We reserve the right to begin litigation for intent to commit wire fraud under the pretense of refusing to repay a debt committed to, by use of the internet and your SSN. In addition we reserve the right to seek recovery for the balance due, as well as legal fees and any court cost incurred.

The Factual Basis for the complaints Are as follows:

You accepted to return the funds from this aforementioned pending loan.

And as per the agreement the funds have yet to be returned and the collateral has proven to be null that is to say of no value.

At present, Advance Cash Corp. is seeking either of the following remedies:-

All funds to be returned as per terms of initial contract.

Dear debtor, as we were investigating your profile credit bureau & social security administration we need some right answers from your side. Also we would like to know when you can pay the requested $935.45 to settle this case.

To resolve this issue, Email us during the working hours Monday to Friday 09:00 AM to 05:00 PM EDT to get in touch with the representative.


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Kim Ross

Sr. Investigation Officer (Department-Law and Enforcement), ACE Incorporation

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April 30, 2023 at 1:19 AM by
“Advance Cash Express (ACE) Lawsuit Case File” Scams
an anonymous user from: Ingle, Florida, United States

Below is my email correspondence. I am glad I found this message board I was beginning to worry about it.

GET BACK TO ME ASAP (Mathew Hallstein)

6 messages

Attorney. Davidpeterson <attorney.davidpeterson01@gmail.com> Wed, Apr 19, 2023 at 4:02 PM

To: mathewhbsme@gmail.com

Dear Mathew Hallstein,

We are still missing your payment, which you promised to send. If you will not send your payment then we will be forced to proceed legally against you and once it proceeds the creditor has entire rights to inform your employer and your references regarding this issue and lawsuit will be the next step which will be amounting to $6300.00 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 the future.

Please let us know what your intention is by today itself so we can hold the case or else we will submit the paperwork to your local county sheriff department and you will be served by court summons at your doorstep.

The legal charges will be Section 9 of Chapter 19©️ against your name and Social.

Note: This is your last and final chance to settle this case.

Do reply ASAP

Best Wishes,

Settlement Team.

Mat <mathewhbsme@gmail.com> Sun, Apr 23, 2023 at 1:54 AM

To: "Attorney. Davidpeterson" <attorney.davidpeterson01@gmail.com>

I have no idea what this is in reference too. Can you please be more specific when you email me threats.

Mathew Hallstein


Engineered Flooring


FB: @EngineeredFlooring1

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Team Collection <attorney.davidpeterson01@gmail.com> Mon, Apr 24, 2023 at 9:07 AM

To: Mat <mathewhbsme@gmail.com>


Please be advised that these communications will now be recorded as evidence of your continued knowing, willful, and purposeful neglect of federal law. This matter will now be carefully monitored. Any attempt from this point will be considered a direct violation of the FDCPA, and RFDCPA, and the appropriate steps will be taken to impose sanctions against you.

This is in reference to your account with Advance Cash Express. It seems apparent that you have chosen to ignore all our efforts to contact you in order to resolve your debt with Advance Cash Express. We have sent you this warning notification about legal proceedings but you failed to respond on time now it's high time if you failed to respond in the next 24 HOURS we will register this case in court.

You have apparently ignored our repeated requests for payment. Unless we receive your payment within the next 2 working days, we will be forced to refer this account to Court House. Avoid trouble, expense, and embarrassment by paying the overdue amount.

Three allegations are been charged:

1) Under Section 17 U.S.C 759 Violation of Federal Banking Regulation

2) Under Section 31 U.S.C 242 Collateral Check Frauds

3) Under Section 42 U.S.C 519 Thefts by Deception

Now, this means a few things to you. If you are under any state probation or payroll we need you to inform your superior or manager of what you have done in the past and what would be the consequences once the case has been downloaded and executed in your name.

We reserve the right to commence litigation for intent to commit wire fraud under the pretense of refusing to repay a debt committed, by use of the internet. In addition, we reserve the right to seek recovery for the balance due, as well as legal fees and any court costs incurred.

In compliance with Section 1692(c) of the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA) and associated sectors of the Rosenthal FDCPA (RFDCPA), the hereby gives written NOTICE through this email, with regards to the collection of the debt which is still unpaid by you.

You are directed to comply with the automatic stay provisions of 11 U.S.C. Section 362 of the United States Violation Of Federal Banking Regulation. Any further ignorance of this NOTICE may cause serious damage to your Credit Rating.

We would appreciate it if you would provide your written reply within 24 hours of receipt of this request so the complaint can be resolved without further action.

M Hallstein <mathewhbsme@gmail.com> Mon, Apr 24, 2023 at 12:21 PM

To: Team Collection <attorney.davidpeterson01@gmail.com>


I have not ignored anything. I have never received anything from you. Nor have I received a phone call, text message, or certified letter from you nor your office. Now, you have my full attention. Can you please confirm who you are by calling

me or sending me something tangible establishing who you are and your relationship to this matter.? Then we can move forward.

Thank you,

Mathew Hallstein.

Sent from my iPhone

On Apr 24, 2023, at 09:07, Team Collection <attorney.davidpeterson01@gmail.com> wrote:

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Team Collection <attorney.davidpeterson01@gmail.com> Tue, Apr 25, 2023 at 9:21 AM

To: M Hallstein <mathewhbsme@gmail.com>


Court proceedings will be issued within 4 hours if the account has not been settled. You will be prosecuted for the Following Allegations;

· Bank Fraud

· Violation of Federal Law of Debt and Banking

· Intentional Theft by Deception

There will be no further warnings made for demands of payment. Court proceedings can include the additional expense of legal costs and interest being added to the balance of this account. It is regrettable that it has come to this point and court action is still avoidable if immediate and full settlement of this account is made.

Thank You for your quick response in this matter.

M Hallstein <mathewhbsme@gmail.com> Sun, Apr 30, 2023 at 2:05 AM

To: Team Collection <attorney.davidpeterson01@gmail.com>


I have responded to your last two emails trying to determine what you are referencing, and all I have received from you is blatant threats and intimidation tactics. You say you want me to make a full settlement but I don't know what account you are referring to or even how much the settlement would be. I have asked you in the previous correspondence to please reach out through the telephone or a certified letter to verify and validate who you are and who you represent. Furthermore, I have done none of the things that you have accused me of in this email. It truly is regrettable that if you are a law office or collection agency, you are not willing to take the time to verify your identity. At this point, I am gonna to secure legal representation, both criminal and civil because if this turns out to be untrue I will be forced to find my own legal recourse against you and your firm for illegal and improper collection tactics.

If this is a legitimate collection attempt, I am happy to work with whatever company is collecting against me, but to this point you have provided zero information on who you work for. Once that's provided I would be happy to work with you.

Thank you,

Mathew Hallstein

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February 4, 2022 at 9:05 AM by
“Advance Cash Express (ACE) Lawsuit Case File” Scams
an anonymous user from: Atlanta, Georgia, United States

Settlement Department <advancecash.debtrecovery@gmail.com> this is what my email says but they have been very ugly and when I ask for proof they threaten with lawyer and court


January 25, 2022 at 6:26 AM by
“Advance Cash Express (ACE) Lawsuit Case File” Scams

Another scam:

From: "Ace Express Cash Loan" <attorney-david.brown@express-cashloan.com>

To: "Ace Express Cash Loan" <attorney-david.brown@express-cashloan.com>

Sent: Wed, Jan 12, 2022 at 10:24 AM





CUSTOMER ID: 9484512





This is in reference to account with ACS in Final Collections. According to our records your outstanding balance was $880.00 ,We are going to be legally prosecuted in the Court House within a couple of days. As we put your SSN into our National Checking Database System, we found that you have been never charged for fraud activity & that is the reason the Court has decided to give you a chance to take care of this issue outside the Court without having a report on your Credit History and SSN. Now if you want to take care of this issue than you have to pay an  Court Restitution Amount which includes the late payment charges, penalty charges, interest rate on the loan amount and actual loan amount = Restitution Amount which is $880.00  or else the lawsuit amount which is about $2150.WILL BE DOWNLOADED AGAINST YOU. We may report information about your account to credit bureaus. Late payments, missed payments, or other defaults on your account may be reflected in your credit report

We  want to draw your attention towards the amount due from your side which is 880.00 and this is your final settlement amount $280.00 Under the current sad and scary situation of Pandemic due to New Covid-19 Virus, The U.S. Govt. is providing this offer to the citizens to get free of their loans.Once you will make the settlement payment we will update your credit report as a good customer and there is no bad remark on your credit report and also we will send you a settlement completion letter along with the receipt at your mailing address by tomorrow morning

Note : This notice is provided to you on behalf of ACE CASH SERVICES. and its parent company, and their respective family of companies including Cash Advance, its parent company, Cash America International, Inc., and all of their respective subsidiaries and affiliates, including those that operate under the trade names Cash Advance, 100 Day Loan, Net ash loan USA, Fax free Cash, Payday one, Sonic Cash, Money tree, Egg loans, Check cash Loan, Quick Payday, Personal Cash Advance, Rapid Cash, Sonic Payday, Speedy Cash, My Cash Now, National Payday, Paycheck Today, Payday OK, Cash Central Loans, Cash Net 500, Allied Cash, Super Pawn, Check into Cash, Check Smart, Cash America Net, Cash America, Cash America Pawn, Cash land, Super Pawn, Cash America Payday Advance, or any company-owned Mr. Payroll locations. “You” or “Your” means you as a participant in or as a user of the products and/or services offered by a Cash Advance Related Company.

We are in a process to inform the Social Security Administration & Major Credit Bureaus as well.If we don't receive any response from your side today, your case file will be downloaded automatically against you. This is our last warning to you; kindly update us ASAP so that we can proceed. Do update us with your intention that you want to resolve this case or you want to dispute. If you don't take this matter seriously then we will have no options rather than filing a case against you for the lawsuit cost of $2150.00 in the courthouse. Kindly Cooperate with us so that we can close this case file outside the courthouse ASAP. Once this case file is downloaded we won't be able to help you out.

 NOTE - 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 $880.00 to $280.00.00 One-time final SETTLEMENT AMOUNT today for next 24  hour, once you will make settlement amount we can send you settlement letter along with transaction ID stating that your account has been closed with zero balance for your record purpose.






Best Regards,

Andrew Carter

Sr. Investigation Officer (Department – Law & Enforcement)



September 29, 2020 at 8:57 AM by
“Advance Cash Express (ACE) Lawsuit Case File” Scams

"From: David Gimberg [mailto:atty.david.gimberg@outlook.com]

Sent: Tuesday, September 29, 2020 7:51 AM

To: attorney.jenniferdiaz.12@gmail.com

Subject: Warrant Activated-Case No:-#CRD-55248


Attention: Debtor

DUE AMOUNT- $1250.25



Note:- Today you have chance to stop warrant and settle this case outside of court.

Email us as soon as if you want to stop warrant:- mailto:attorney.jenniferdiaz.12@gmail.com

We have a settlement amount for you with easy weekly and one-time settlement amount options.

1. If you can make one-time payment of $600.00 (One-time case settlement) we can close your case file with this amount only with the same day payment.

2. If you are looking for weekly payment then you have to pay a total amount of $1250.25 with payment arrangement and you can pay $200.00 weekly till paid in full.

Kindly let us know what type of payment arrangement you are looking for at :- mailto:attorney.jenniferdiaz.12@gmail.com ..."

Here is another scam.


June 23, 2020 at 11:36 AM by
“Advance Cash Express (ACE) Lawsuit Case File” Scams
an anonymous user from: Lancaster, Texas, United States

This the 2nd that I Received from the bogus scam, I have ask them to send me there contact number; FAILED! I ask them to show me the contract that I signed and what year. FAILED! Scam!


April 30, 2020 at 3:29 PM by
“Advance Cash Express (ACE) Lawsuit Case File” Scams
an anonymous user from: Washington, District of Columbia, United States

"Case Number -1:14-cv-08271 : Matthew F. Kennelly, Judge.

CASH ADVANCE INC <payday.cashadvance.us@gmail.com>

Through an IRS (Internal Revenue Service) your Social security number will be put on hold causing severe damage to your credit history or credit report and your income paychecks will be put on hold. Any child support, Disability, Unemployment or retirement benefits will be either place on hold or will be stopped until the outcome of the case.

In case if you are employed then, apart from getting laid off by your current employer after we send them the legal notice you will be blacklisted from getting any job.

This is the Collection Department ACE (Advance Cash Express)am using this medium to inform you that there is no more time left to waste because you have been given a mandate. As stated earlier to have the document endorsed, signed and stamped without failure and you must adhere to this directives to avoid you blaming yourself at last when we must have arrested and jailed you for life and all your properties will be seized and bank account will be confiscated too.

Three allegations are been charged as under:

1) Under Section 19 U.S.C 7859 Violation Of Federal Banking Regulation

2) Under Section 37U.S.C 2342 Collateral Cheque Fraud

3) Under Section 42U.S.C 5619 Theft By Deception

We would appreciate it if you would provide your written reply within 24 hours of receipt of this request so the complaint can be resolved without further action by the (AIPOFS) Annually Investigation Practices Of Federal System. Along with your reply, please include copies of all transactional documents relating to this that shows you are innocent if you think of denying this accusation.

I would like to personally offer you good faith adjustment if you agree the terms of the resolution so we can confirm with the Groups Of Attorneys that the resolution offered is acceptable and close the file. If you deny then I apologies but seek to issue arrest warrant against you in 24 hours you will be taken either from your work place or home under the custody of 72 hours after bail this matter will be fully revealed in courthouse after the default judgement you have to bear $5590.00 as court restitution fee, in case if you fail to pay court fee then as per the law your property and bank account will be seized and sealed respectively with the imprisonment of 7 years.

If we do not receive your payment within 5 days of issue of this latter, we are going to file this at your district courthouse, to know the courthouse kindly visit the court house with your Case File Number. You will be served with a notice to appear at your district courthouse in next 7 business days.

If necessary you have a right to obtain a lawyer for your protection. You are kindly asked to have an identity document with you. Personal appearance is compulsory. Please bring all documents and witnesses relating to this case with you to Court on your hearing date.

Case information and courthouse address will be sent to your mailing address in next three business days.

Note: If you do not attend the hearing the judge may hear the case in your absence.

To resolve this issue contact us during the working hours 09:00 AM to 05:00 PM EDT by reply back to this E-mail to get in touch with the representative."

Here is another scam.


February 18, 2020 at 8:50 AM by
“Advance Cash Express (ACE) Lawsuit Case File” Scams
an anonymous user from: Sierra Vista, Arizona, United States

Erica Wilson Erica.wilson99@outlook.com


This is the email address I received this fake lawsuit email from.


January 31, 2020 at 2:33 PM by
“Advance Cash Express (ACE) Lawsuit Case File” Scams
an anonymous user from: Wilmington, North Carolina, United States

collectionbydebt.recovery@gmail.com is being used by the scammers.


October 25, 2019 at 5:20 PM by
“Advance Cash Express (ACE) Lawsuit Case File” Scams


Sent: Friday, October 25, 2019 3:01 PM


Subject: Notice to appear in Court # 9−23−78657

Notice of Appearance

Hereby you are notified that you have been scheduled to appear for your hearing that will take place in the court on October 31, 2019 at 11:40 am.

You are kindly asked to prepare and bring the documents relating to the case to court on the specified date. You will receive court papers at your doorsteps within 2 business days.

Note: The case may be heard by the judge in your absence if you do not come."

Here is another scam.


September 26, 2019 at 10:22 AM by
“Advance Cash Express (ACE) Lawsuit Case File” Scams
an anonymous user from: Longview, Washington, United States

gabriel.advance.america@gmail.com is being used by the scammers


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