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Beware of "Cash Advance Lenders" Arrest Warrant Scams

2018-02-13T12:40:53 -  +
Beware of "Cash Advance Lenders" Arrest Warrant Scams

The fake "Cash Advance Lenders" email message below, which appears to have been sent from a so-called company called Cash Advance Lenders or USA Debt Collectors, 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.

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Recipients of the fake ACS email message should delete it and should never follow the instructions in it.

Sample of a "Cash Advance Lenders" Scam

From: "USA DEBT COLLECTORS" <usa.debt.collectors.incorp.in@gmail.com>

Date: Feb 13, 2018 10:58

Subject: ARREST WARRANT ACTIVATED

Hello,

Alright please co-operate with your local authorities within next 2 weeks. with this email we are stating that your outside of court option has been cancelled and we are charging you under following allegations,

a) Violation of federal banking regulation

b) Collateral check fraud

c) Theft by deception

ONE TIME SETTLEMENT AMOUNT- $450.00.

NOTE: YOUR WARRANT HAS BEEN ACTIVATED.

Regards.

Luke White

CASH ADVANCE LENDERS.

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  • Posted: 2018-06-15T14:05:53 by an anonymous user from or near: Fort Wayne, Indiana, United States

    I just received an e-mail stating that my wages are going to be garnished.

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  • Posted: 2018-05-31T19:40:15 by an anonymous user from or near: Denver, Colorado, United States

    I’ve been getting phone calls from Illinois, Georgia recently bout a cash lender taking me to court in Colorado bout a cash loan.

    I never got, tried to get a loan several years ago from a on line source, didn’t have a active savings or checking account, so was offered a debit card, was sent one, filled out all the information truely and correctly like a dummy, since then been getting threating calls bout being taken to court and sued, criminal charges filed, police coming to drag me to jail, but haven’t yet got a notice to appear in court.

    never did receive a loan from any cash lender or financial institution, but now these black market underground people have all my personal information, name, number, address, ss#.

    I’ve told them that I never received any loan, got proof, take me to court cause I’ll counter sue

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