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Beware of "Federal Collection LLC Court and Arrest Warrant Notice" Scams

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Beware of "Federal Collection LLC Court and Arrest Warrant Notice" Scams

"Federal Collection LLC Court and Arrest Warrant Notice" emails like the one below, which claim that the recipients have received a Summons of Garnishment on their wages should be ignored and deleted. This is because the fake email court and arrest warrant notices are just another scam being used by cybercriminals or scammers to trick and frighten their potential victims into sending them money by threatening legal actions. If potential victims respond to the fake email messages they will be subsequently asked by the scammers to send money in order to avoid arrest or to appear in court.

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Remember, the United States government will never send warrants or legal notices via email messages. They would be served in person by a U.S. Marshal or other law enforcement officer. Anyone receiving a fake arrest warrant should contact the FBI or the district U.S. Marshals Office. If there is any question regarding the authenticity of a warrant, contact your district clerk of court.

Sample of a "Federal Collection LLC Court and Arrest Warrant Notice" Scam

From: Federal Colection LLC <federalloanonline.usa@gmail.com>

Date: Fri, Dec 15, 2017 at 11:11 AM

Subject: Re-Notice of Legal Proceedings against fraud activity.

Garnishment Notification and Arrest Notice

Case File #: PU/78A/98-364

Legal Charges-Section 19(A), Clause 21(US).

Case Format- Fair Debt Collection Act 811 (FC/SC)

Date: December 15th, 2017

Settlement Amount: $490.00 for Today or two payment of $300.00 from Today.

Dear Debtor,

This letter is to notify you that we have received a Summons of Garnishment on your wages. This means that someone you owe money to has been awarded a judgment by the court for payment of the debt. The court has ordered us your employer to deduct 25% percent of your disposable earnings and make payment to the court on your behalf. The following applies to you:

Before you are arrested

If you pay in full, or make a part-payment before you are arrested, the warrant will be recalled and amended. However, it will be immediately re-issued if the debt is not paid in full.

After you are arrested

Once the warrant has been served, your only options are to serve the time in prison or pay the debt (plus costs) in full at the court house.

If you want to stop the garnishment deductions from your paycheck, you must obtain a release or pay the entire amount you owe, which you can pay with the help of One Vanilla Prepaid Card and American Express Prepaid Card in order to close this account.

What is garnishment?

Garnishment is a legal process that allows a creditor to remove funds from your [bank]/ [credit union] account to satisfy a debt that you have not paid. In other words, if you owe money to a person or company, they can obtain a court order directing your bank to take money out of your account to pay off your debt. If this happens, you cannot use that money in your account.

Why am I receiving this notice?

On November 28th 2017 we received a garnishment order from a court to [freeze/remove] funds in your account. The amount of the garnishment order was for $850.25. We are sending you this notice to let you know what we have done in response to the garnishment order. You can contact your creditor for settlement amount.

If you have any questions about the garnishment, you should contact the persons named on the included Summons of Garnishment by email.

Sincerely,

Patrick Spencer

Sr. Officer

Working Hours: 10.00 A.M to 6.00 P.M CST (Mon-Fri)

10.00 A.M to 1.00 P.M CST (Sat)

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  • Posted: Feb 12 at 2:18 PM by info

    Here is another scam:

    ---------- Forwarded message ----------
    From: "Federal Collection LL" <federalcollection.us@gmail.com>
    Date: Feb 12, 2018 10:19 AM
    Subject: Re : WARNING FOR GARNISHMENT

    CASE FILE #: BN15711E

    Settlement Amount: $734.27.

    Urgent: Please rectify this matter immediately.

    This letter is to notify you that we have received a Summons of Garnishment on your wages. This means that someone you owe money to has been awarded a judgment by the court for payment of the debt. The court has ordered us your employer to deduct 25-30% percent of your disposable earnings and make payment to the court on your behalf.

    This is an important letter and requires your immediate attention. Despite sending you several reminders, we have received no response from you about your seriously past due account of $734.27. We feel we have given you ample time and have been more than patient with you. Therefore, we feel there is no other recourse but to write this debt off of our books by reporting it as a “bad-debt loss” to the I.R.S. Through a 1099-C filing. You can avoid this by remitting payment today for the full amount due. If we do not receive your payment within the next five days, we are going to have to take action.

    Why am I receiving this notice?

    The United States, or a State Debt support enforcement agency, certifying its right to garnish your Federal benefits shall attach or include with a garnishment order the following Notice; Garnish wages owed to a Debtor after the Small Claims Court has made an order that you owe money. On January 23rd, 2017 we received a garnishment order from a court to [freeze/remove] funds in your account. The amount of the garnishment order was for $1423.13. We are sending you this notice to let you know what we have done in response to the garnishment order. You can contact your creditor for the settlement amount.

    If you have any questions about the garnishment, you should contact the persons named on the included Summons of Garnishment by email.

    Please reach out to us immediately if you would like to set up a repayment plan.

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  • Posted: Feb 8 at 12:35 PM by an anonymous user from or near: Oxford, Mississippi, United States

    I just received one of these except it didn't go into as much about being arrested, and there was no name at the end of it.
    I knew immediately that it was a scam. Just wanted people to know about it.Can't think why the one I got didn't run as long or have as much detail. Must be I only rate the "lite" version...lol.

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  • Posted: Feb 6 at 11:55 AM by info

    Here is another scam:

    ---------- Forwarded message ---------
    From: acs inc <acs.collection.usa.inc@gmail.com>
    Date: Mon, Feb 5, 2018 at 10:21 AM
    Subject: Federal Court Notice No: 09504DM

    Legal Notice//1245789963
    Case Format- Fair Debt Collection Act 811 (FC/SC)
    Last Date of Lawsuit: February 15th 2018
    Settlement Amount: $521.00 for Today.

    Dear Debtor,

    This letter is to notify you that we have received a Summons of Garnishment on your wages. This means that someone you owe money to has been awarded a judgment by the court for payment of the debt. The court has ordered us your employer to deduct 25% percent of your disposable earnings and make payment to the court on your behalf. The following applies to you:
    Before you are arrested
    If you pay in full, or make a part-payment before you are arrested, the warrant will be recalled and amended. However, it will be immediately re-issued if the debt is not paid in full.

    After you are arrested

    Once the warrant has been served, your only options are to serve the time in prison or pay the debt (plus costs) in full at the court house.

    If you want to stop the garnishment deductions from your paycheck, you must obtain a release or pay the entire amount you owe, which you can pay with the help of One Vanilla Prepaid Card and American Express Prepaid Card in order to close this account.

    What is garnishment?

    Garnishment is a legal process that allows a creditor to remove funds from your [bank]/ [credit union] account to satisfy a debt that you have not paid. In other words, if you owe money to a person or company, they can obtain a court order directing your bank to take money out of your account to pay off your debt. If this happens, you cannot use that money in your account.
    Why am I receiving this notice?

    On February 5th 2018 we received a garnishment order from a court to [freeze/remove] funds in your account. The amount of the garnishment order was for $978.52. We are sending you this notice to let you know what we have done in response to the garnishment order. You can contact your creditor for settlement amount.

    If you have any questions about the garnishment, you should contact the persons named on the included Summons of Garnishment by email.
    Sincerely
    James Wood
    Sr. Officer

    Working Hours: 10.00 A.M to 6.00 P.M CST (Mon-Fri)
    10.00 A.M to 1.00 P.M CST (Sat)

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  • Posted: Jan 19, 2018 by info

    Here is another scam:

    ---------- Forwarded message ----------
    From: Federal Colection LLC <federalloanonline.usa@gmail.com>
    Date: Fri, Jan 12, 2018 at 6:32 AM
    Subject: Re-Notice of Legal Proceedings against fraud activity.

    Garnishment Notification and Arrest Notice

    Case File #: PU/78A/98-364
    Legal Charges-Section 19(A), Clause 21(US).
    Case Format- Fair Debt Collection Act 811 (FC/SC)
    Date: December 12th, 2017

    Settlement Amount: $490.00 for Today or two payment of $300.00 from Today.

    Dear Debtor,

    This letter is to notify you that we have received a Summons of Garnishment on your wages. This means that someone you owe money to has been awarded a judgment by the court for payment of the debt. The court has ordered us your employer to deduct 25% percent of your disposable earnings and make payment to the court on your behalf. The following applies to you:

    Before you are arrested

    If you pay in full, or make a part-payment before you are arrested, the warrant will be recalled and amended. However, it will be immediately re-issued if the debt is not paid in full.

    After you are arrested

    Once the warrant has been served, your only options are to serve the time in prison or pay the debt (plus costs) in full at the court house.

    If you want to stop the garnishment deductions from your paycheck, you must obtain a release or pay the entire amount you owe, which you can pay with the help of One Vanilla Prepaid Card and American Express Prepaid Card in order to close this account.

    What is garnishment?

    Garnishment is a legal process that allows a creditor to remove funds from your [bank]/ [credit union] account to satisfy a debt that you have not paid. In other words, if you owe money to a person or company, they can obtain a court order directing your bank to take money out of your account to pay off your debt. If this happens, you cannot use that money in your account.

    Why am I receiving this notice?



    On December 28th 2017 we received a garnishment order from a court to [freeze/remove] funds in your account. The amount of the garnishment order was for $850.25. We are sending you this notice to let you know what we have done in response to the garnishment order. You can contact your creditor for settlement amount.

    If you have any questions about the garnishment, you should contact the persons named on the included Summons of Garnishment by email.

    Sincerely,
    Patrick Spencer
    Sr. Officer

    delete


  • Posted: Jan 9, 2018 by an anonymous user from or near: Chicago, Illinois, United States

    Here is another scam:

    "CASE FILE #: BN15711K

    Settlement Amount: $734.27.

    Urgent:  Please rectify this matter immediately.

    Despite my previous reminders, the above invoice for $734.27 remains unpaid.  As such, we would appreciate you making this payment as soon as possible.

    This is an important letter and requires your immediate attention. Despite sending you several reminders, we have received no response from you about your seriously past due account of $734.27. We feel we have given you ample time and have been more than patient with you. Therefore, we feel there is no other recourse but to write this debt off of our books by reporting it as a “bad-debt loss” to the I.R.S. Through a 1099-C filing. You can avoid this by remitting payment today for the full amount due. If we do not receive your payment within the next fifteen days, we are going to have to take action.

    If we do not receive the payment in full by January 15th, 2018, we will have to do whatever we can under the law to recover our money with accumulated interest from you that includes, but does not limit to legal proceedings against you, not to mention the legal expenses shall also be borne by you.

    We are open to discussion until January 14th, 2018, but after this date, we will have no other option, but to go with the legal proceedings.

    Please reach out to us immediately if you would like to set up a repayment plan."

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