The email message below, which appears to have been sent from a so-called company called National Cash Advance Services, claiming that a wire fraud allegation charges have been filed against the recipients, is a scam. The fraudulent email is being sent by cyber-criminals/scammers to trick the recipients into paying them hundreds of dollars, by frightening them with legal action, bad credit history, and by claiming that their income, child support disability, unemployment or retirement benefits will be placed on hold.
Recipients of the fake ACS email message should delete it and should never follow the instructions in it.
The Fraudulent National Cash Advance Services Email
From: william davis [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: Friday, September 01, 2017 12:34 PM
THIS IS FINAL WARNING FROM OUR SIDE ABOUT THE RE-PAYMENT OF THIS LOAN ACCOUNT.
WE HAVE SENT YOU NUMEROUS EMAILS SINCE 25TH BUT YOU DIDN'T EVEN RESPONDED OUR EMAILS.
IF PAYMENT HAS NOT MADE BY THIS TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 05,2017 THEN WE WILL FORWARD THIS CASE TO OUR LEGAL DEPARTMENT FOR THE LEGAL PROCEEDINGS AGAINST YOUR NAME,
YOUR CREDIT SCORE WILL BE RUINED AND YOUR EMPLOYER WILL ALSO BE INFORMED.
KINDLY GET BACK TO US IF YOU WANT TO SETTLE THIS CASE?
National Cash Advance Services®
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