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Is imperiallaw.net a Fake Imperial Law Group Website?

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Is imperiallaw.net a Fake Imperial Law Group Website?

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The fake Imperial Law for Advanced America website located at www.imperiallaw.net is back at it again this year. I’m going to start reporting them every year from now on in hopes to help the innocent. I get calls 4-6 times a day and now text messages and letters. They’ve called extended family members with threats to them as well. They’ve told me that an officer is waiting at my house to arrest me for not paying.

I have voicemails of arresting threats. I’ve gotten these threats in the past and the letters along with website are always very suspicious. They lead you to a website called Libert Billing located at liberty-billing.com to pay your billed based on a "case number". I’ve been asked for two drastically different amounts, one in text for $249 and one in a letter for $1593.29. Hmmm. Trust me, this is not real and is a scam. Help us inform the innocent. Thank you.

Information about www.imperiallaw.net

www.imperiallaw.net

Imperial Law Group - Imperial Law for Adanced America

PO BOX 3854, SEAL BEACH, 90740

888-669-7539

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  • July 16, 2019 at 8:48 PM by an anonymous user from North Bergen, New Jersey, United States

    They have a new address:

    Imperial Law Group

    2929 WESTMINSTER AVE, SEAL BEACH, CA 90740

    And, their payment website is liberty-billing.com, which is very suspicious.

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  • July 8, 2019 at 11:34 PM by an anonymous user from Boise, Idaho, United States

    The letter I just got from this bunch at least had a grain of truth to it. Someone used my identity 9 or 10 years ago to get a payday loan. He went to jail. I got on a 3 way call with the detective (now Captain) that handled the case, and talked to someone over there.

    The person we were speaking to was very quick to tell me to disregard the letter, and he would be closing the case. The cop, who is now a buddy of mine, rode him hard, and told me he will follow up with the law enforcement agency who has jurisdiction over that address in Seal Beach, CA. Can't wait to see how this turns out.

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  • July 3, 2019 at 10:35 PM by an anonymous user from Norfolk, Virginia, United States

    On June 27 I received a letter from this company on a payday loan too that I never had and I plan to file a complaint and send a copy of it to the state's attorney general, U S Attorney General, Federal Trade Commission, Post master General and others. I recommend anyone else to do the same.

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  • June 11, 2019 at 7:57 PM by an anonymous user from Little Rock, Arkansas, United States

    I just got a letter today. I've never taken a payday loan out. Plus there are not even any Money Mart stores in Texas to do this. It's definitely a scam. I hope no one falls for this. Who can we report this to?

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    • June 11, 2019 at 8:37 PM by info

      Report it to the police.

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  • May 24, 2019 at 3:52 PM by an anonymous user from Mesa, Arizona, United States

    I got a letter about a payday loan that I have never taken out either. They said it was from 2010 and I would have to go to court over it. It gave my daughters name and my sister's name as references and my daughter was 10 at the time and my sister and I do not talk so she would be the last person I would put as a reference. I am also in AZ

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    • June 5, 2019 at 7:27 PM by an anonymous user from Chandler, Arizona, United States

      I also received a similar letter and did not take any payday loan out. I also checked to see if this was filed in the Maricopa Court and nothing came up with my name. This must be bogus

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  • May 16, 2019 at 9:02 PM by an anonymous user from Mesa, Arizona, United States

    I got a letter like that today. I've never taken out a payday loan. It lists my mom's name and it's misspelled. I would have never given her name and if I had I would have spelled it right. Who can I report these guys to? I'm in AZ.

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    • May 16, 2019 at 10:39 PM by info

      Report it to the police or your local authority.

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  • May 3, 2019 at 1:51 AM by an anonymous user from Morrow, Arkansas, United States

    They are amateur thieves at best. A bunch of mental midgets that think everyone is as stupid as they are. I got this threatening letter from them claiming I defaulted on a payday loan. I have not taken out any payday loans and even if I wanted to, I’m sure I would need a job (pay check) in order to get one. I have no payday therefore, no payday loan.

    They said that

    Clark County Police are coming to take me away if I don’t pay the amount in 6 days from today! I’ve read a lot of documents from law firms and whoever composed this letter probably has an 8th grade education at best. I think they should come to my house and try to take my money, at least they would be taking me to court for something legitimate afterward.

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  • April 26, 2019 at 9:40 PM by an anonymous user from Rolfe, Iowa, United States of America

    I cannot find any information that this is a scam or not. The BBB goes to a business with the same name but different city.l and different website. I googled the address and it does show a post office. I’m confused on this one. We need more information! Anybody else has anything to share?

    I did pay today but didn’t get a receipt which is alarming. I think I’m going to dispute it with my bank. Everything else seemed legit. I never get a mailing on a debt I only get spam calls.

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Is imperiallaw.net a Fake Imperial Law Group Website?