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Beware of "Non-Paid Loan and Check Fraud Federal Arrest Warrant" Scams

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Beware of "Non-Paid Loan and Check Fraud Federal Arrest Warrant" Scams

Recipients of fake email arrest warrants or court notices like the one below, which claim that legal action will be taken against them by the US Federal Government for violation of federal banking regulation, cheque fraud, and theft by deception, are asked to delete them. The fake emails are just another scam used by cyber criminals 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 to send money in order to avoid arrest.

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But, 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.

The "Non-Paid Loan and Check Fraud Federal Arrest Warrant" Scam









In the Matter of Arrest For, Case Number: - CA/DC/171665



To:- Any authorized law enforcement officer

An application by a federal law enforcement officer or an attorney for the government requested to arrest the following person.

Charges Pressed against the name are:-

Count 1: Violation of federal banking regulation

Count 2: Collateral Cheque Fraud (According to act no76)

Count 3: Theft By The deception (According to act no48)

PS: If you fail Respond within 72 hours this Legal Action will be activated. You be Entitled for an OOCR, so Please Email us on StateAttorney.Stock@collector.org.


I find that the affidavit (S) or any recorded testimony, establish probable cause to arrest the person.

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  • Posted: Jan 18, 2018 by an anonymous user from or near: Victoria, Texas, United States

    I received this same email indicating an arrest warrant had been issued, they have gone as far as contacting my family members with verbal threats to have me contact them. I spoke with the same person in spring of 2017, I contracted an attorney that told me this was a scam and I should have them forward their request to the law office and have not heard from them until the last few days. How do I get them to stop contacting me and/or my family.


    • Posted: Jan 18, 2018 by info

      Flag the emails as spam so they are automatically sent to your Spam/Junk folder.


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