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Fake "Traver Legal Services Arrest Warrant and Lawsuit" Emails Being Sent by Scammers

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Fake "Traver Legal Services Arrest Warrant and Lawsuit" Emails Being Sent by Scammers

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Online users who have received fake "Traver Legal Services Warrant and Lawsuit" emails like the one below, which claim that they have been given a chance to settle a Check City debt outside of court, should delete the email messages and not follow the instructions in them. This is because the email messages are fraudulent, and are being sent by scammers to trick the recipients into sending them money believing that they will be sued for money owed and their credit history tarnished.

A Fake "Traver Legal Services Arrest Warrant and Lawsuit" Email

From: Ralfy A Ramos <debtnicbottmon1985@yahoo.com>

Date: Tue, Mar 5, 2019, 4:27 PM

Subject: Lawsuit Proceeding

Affiliations: Judicial Circuit of United States of America

Date: 3-5-2019

Claimant: Quick Payday

Reference#: AX114763

Description of Information:

The case is to be registered in the court by March 6th, 2019 3:30 p.m. and will be executed in the court after five days.

Our client Quick Payday is a Finance Company claiming outstanding dues of a Pay Day Loan provided to their Client: JALIL TOWNSEND with Social Security Number: xxxx639747958 by administrative offset of account payable by the Government under section 9, chapter 19. Providing us American Legal Processing Division a DIVISION OF FEDERAL CRIMES BUREAU, the legal representatives are pursuing to hold you in regards to six serious allegations, which are under the presumption of civil charges.

1. Violation of Federal Banking Regulation Act 1956

2. Collateral check fraud

3. Breach of contract

4. Internet fraud

5. Theft by deception and

6. Violation of EFT that is Electronic Fund Transfer Act 1989

Now, these allegations were produced from the fact that you were being monitored online as well as tracked down by the Internet Prevention and Detection Department Internet Legal Research Group (I.L.R.G.]), using your email address to solicit funds from a website owned and operated by Quick Payday. As per the records of A.L.P.D, this site is working under QUICK PAYDAY.

The funds were successfully transferred into your bank account utilizing an interstate E.F.T. that stands for Electronic Fund Transfer, but when Quick Payday tried to extract the funds back as repayment, there were 6 E.F.T ’s returned, constituting a worthless electronic check and after several reminders, you did not bother to reply back. Therefore, instead of chasing you for money, Quick Payday has decided to write off this money as the loss and deemed it to be stolen as well as press charges against you for Financial Fraud and Theft by deception. Henceforth, under Section-9, Chapter-19 they have filed the legal lawsuit against you.

Under Section 31 U.S.C. 3716 the company can collect the funds before seven years of the contract as per the federal government's right to collect the debt first accrued, except as otherwise provided by law.

For you this means three things:

1. If you are in any state supervised probation on parole, you need to contact the officers and make them aware.

2. If you have any prior convictions including but not limited to worthless checks, grand theft, or money laundering, please know, your case will be treated as a habitual offender because your state is a zero-tolerance state.

3. You do have a right to hire an attorney to take this matter inside the courthouse with the legal procedures. If you do not have one or you cannot afford one than one might be appointed to you if you lose this case in the court than the legal charges will be levied upon you that will $ 7,984.81. These exclude your bail fees, your attorney fees, and the outstanding and principal amount you owe to the client.

According to State Bar Association, your trial attorney's charges will be nothing less than $ 255 to $ 520 an hour. Also, the court fee charges, legal affidavit cost, bail fees, stamp duty, and the outstanding amount that approximately comes around $ 16000 to $ 18000, which you have to bear. So, make sure that you do not lose the case.

IRS Reporting

Kindly find a 1099-C and W-9 and fill out required information along with your TIN (Taxpayer Identification Number). The IRS under Internal Revenue Code 6331(H) will monitor your matter to make sure that you report the amount of income.

Even if you don't get a Form 1099-C from Quick Payday, the Quick Payday may very well have submitted one to the IRS. If you haven't listed the income on your tax return and the Quick Payday has provided the information to the IRS, you could get a tax bill or, worse, an audit notice. It could end up costing you more (in IRS interest and penalties) in the long run.

If you have any existing payment plan with the IRS, then it will be terminated under the section 30 AFIR code.

Foreclosures and property repossessions: This rule applies even to debts you owe after a house foreclosure or property repossession, the IRS have each right to mark liens on your assets which includes your bank account, house, automobiles, shares, certificates or any private government bond will be totally ceased. All your public bank accounts will get frozen and confiscated, state id, debit cards, and credit cards, etc. and detained by the department of treasury.

By forwarding the subpoena to social security any child support, disability, unemployment or retirement benefits will be either placed on hold or will be stopped until the outcome of the case. In this situation, the law can seem especially cruel: Not only have you lost your property, but you will also have to pay income tax on the difference between what you originally owed the lender and what it was able to sell your property.

In addition, it might be possible that they also file a non-bailable arrest warrant for you for jail time.

Sincerely,

Ralfy A Ramos

Litigation Department

Traver legal services

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  • May 25, 2019 at 2:14 PM by an anonymous user from Franca, Sao Paulo, Brazil

    I got one of these emails in a Hotmail account, Gmail screened it though so I didn't see it there.

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  • April 1, 2019 at 12:16 PM by an anonymous user from Dallas, Texas, United States

    I received this email as well. I have been getting calls because I do know I owe a few pay day loans because my ex BF screwed me over so I thought this was legit! I can't believe how STUPID I was for falling for this!

    I gave them my cc info and even sent a copy of my DL and image of my card along with a letter stating I would pay. What do I do now?

    The payment was scheduled for April 12th because I've been struggling financially since last year and I can't make a payment till then. Do I just cancel my cc or should I close my checking account?

    Gosh how stupid of me!! How many times have we not been warned about the scams and even the IRS has my refund on hold right now because of a possible case of identity theft and I still fell for this?!

    To be honest I don't even know why I looked this up but I did and I found all this.

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    • April 1, 2019 at 1:14 PM by info

      I would open a dispute with my bank to refund any payments made. Then I would cancel my card and get a new one to prevent further unwanted charges.

      remove

  • March 25, 2019 at 1:12 AM by info

    Here is another scam:

    ----- Forwarded Message -----

    From: "Ralfy A Ramos" <termizodos1976@yahoo.com>

    Sent: Mon, Mar 18, 2019 at 4:35 PM

    Subject: Letter Before Action

    Date: March 18th, 2019

    Dear:

    SSN:

    Claimant: Quick Payday

    Reference: AX146056...

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  • March 21, 2019 at 10:08 PM by an anonymous user from Germantown, Maryland, United States

    If they have your SSN, what do you do?

    remove

    • March 21, 2019 at 10:18 PM by info

      Visit IdentityTheft.gov to report identity theft and get a recovery plan. IdentityTheft.gov guides you through 4 (over) each step of the recovery process.

      It’s a one-stop resource managed by the Federal Trade Commission, the nation’s consumer protection agency.

      You can also call 1-877-IDTHEFT, (1-877-438-4338); TTY 1-866-653-4261.

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  • March 20, 2019 at 4:22 PM by an anonymous user from Nashville, Tennessee, United States

    Does this involve this name Royce Ackerman or this phone number 973-878-9993?

    remove

  • March 20, 2019 at 2:17 PM by an anonymous user from Cleveland, Ohio, United States

    I got one too and can any one tell me is this related to this phone number: 973-878-9993

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    • March 21, 2019 at 2:41 PM by an anonymous user from Akron, Ohio, United States

      I got a call too, they don't give an amount or any personal information. Just that would be arrested.

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  • March 19, 2019 at 9:42 AM by an anonymous user from Muscle Shoals, Alabama, United States

    Just now received an e-mail from a Ralfy A. Ramos, neymanninf1983@yahoo.com, regarding a Quick Payday over due balance threatening all sorts of stuff if $1,384.24 is not paid immediately.

    I requested details of the loan including a copy of the loan documents since I did not have any records of such a loan.

    Researched the company thru scams and up comes this.

    Good stuff to know.

    thanks.

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    • March 21, 2019 at 9:31 AM by an anonymous user from Jacksonville, Florida, United States

      I got one yesterday from the same person for the same exact amount? Does not seem possible, two people would owe the same exact amount.

      remove

      • March 21, 2019 at 10:04 AM by an anonymous user from Columbus, Ohio, United States

        Same person and the same amount.

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  • March 18, 2019 at 10:23 AM by an anonymous user from Sierra Vista, Arizona, United States

    Email scam, never heard of Quick Payday. Will be contacting the proper authorities to report

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  • March 15, 2019 at 10:09 PM by an anonymous user from Franklin, Ohio, United States

    I got one too. I don't even have a checking account to get a payday loan.

    remove

  • March 15, 2019 at 2:51 PM by an anonymous user from Santa Ana, California, United States

    I got the same one from Ralphie @yahoo. Told him where and when to meet me in court for his take debt collection scam.

    remove

  • March 13, 2019 at 8:59 AM by an anonymous user from Phoenix, Arizona, United States

    I received one yesterday; which included my SSN number. Who do I contact?

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    • March 13, 2019 at 9:00 AM by info

      The email is a scam and because they have your sensitive information, please contact the police.

      remove

  • March 12, 2019 at 2:37 PM by an anonymous user from Columbus, Ohio, United States

    I received one to day as well; mine did include my SSN number. Not sure who to contact about that.

    remove

    • March 12, 2019 at 3:17 PM by an anonymous user

      I received this email as well today with my SSN number. This is very concerning.

      remove

  • March 12, 2019 at 1:07 PM by an anonymous user from San Diego, California, United States

    I also received an emailed today saying the same thing.

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  • March 11, 2019 at 12:32 PM by info

    They are using this email address: traverlegalservices@gmail.com

    remove

  • March 11, 2019 at 10:51 AM by info

    Here is another scam:

    ----- Forwarded Message -----

    From: "Ralfy A Ramos" <pifullayda1971@yahoo.com>

    Sent: Wed, Mar 6, 2019 at 9:41 AM

    Subject: Lawsuit Proceeding

    Affiliations: Judicial Circuit of United States of America

    Date: 3-6-2019

    Claimant: Quick Payday

    Reference#: AX125157

    Description of Information:

    The case is to be registered in the court by March 7th, 2019 3:30 p.m. and will be executed in the court after five days.

    Our client Quick Payday is a Finance Company claiming outstanding dues of a Pay Day Loan provided to their Client: Thessaloniasn Mcdaniel with Social Security Number: xxxx327705504 by administrative offset of account payable by the Government under section 9, chapter 19. Providing us American Legal Processing Division a DIVISION OF FEDERAL CRIMES BUREAU, the legal representatives are pursuing to hold you in regards to six serious allegations, which are under the presumption of civil charges...

    remove

  • March 9, 2019 at 12:32 PM by an anonymous user from Charlotte, North Carolina, United States

    I received the same one

    remove

  • March 8, 2019 at 10:03 AM by an anonymous user from Miami, Florida, United States

    I received the same email that the others have received by Ralphie A Ramos from Traver Legal Services.

    What a scammer, I'm going to report it to the FTC.

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  • March 7, 2019 at 2:55 AM by an anonymous user from Houston, Texas, United States

    I received this email yesterday. same scammers.

    "Ralfy A Ramos <rebalibe1983@yahoo.com>

    Wed 3/6/2019 9:11 AM

    Affiliations: Judicial Circuit of United States of America

    Date: 3-6-2019

    Claimant: Quick Payday

    Reference#: AX121802

    Description of Information:

    The case is to be registered in the court by March 7th, 2019 3:30 p.m. and will be executed in the court after five days.

    Our client Quick Payday is a Finance Company claiming outstanding dues of a Pay Day Loan provided to their Client: Steve mazza with Social Security Number: xxxx572515819 by administrative offset of account payable by the Government under section 9, chapter 19. Providing us American Legal Processing Division a DIVISION OF FEDERAL CRIMES BUREAU, the legal representatives are pursuing to hold you in regards to six serious allegations, which are under the presumption of civil charges.

    1. Violation of Federal Banking Regulation Act 1956

    2. Collateral check fraud

    3. Breach of contract

    4. Internet fraud

    5. Theft by deception and

    6. Violation of EFT that is Electronic Fund Transfer Act 1989

    Now, these allegations were produced from the fact that you were being monitored online as well as tracked down by the Internet Prevention and Detection Department Internet Legal Research Group (I.L.R.G.]), using your email address to solicit funds from a website owned and operated by Quick Payday. As per the records of A.L.P.D, this site is working under QUICK PAYDAY.

    The funds were successfully transferred into your bank account utilizing an interstate E.F.T. that stands for Electronic Fund Transfer, but when Quick Payday tried to extract the funds back as repayment, there were 6 E.F.T ’s returned, constituting a worthless electronic check and after several reminders, you did not bother to reply back. Therefore, instead of chasing you for money, Quick Payday has decided to write off this money as the loss and deemed it to be stolen as well as press charges against you for Financial Fraud and Theft by deception. Henceforth, under Section-9, Chapter-19 they have filed the legal lawsuit against you.

    Under Section 31 U.S.C. 3716 the company can collect the funds before seven years of the contract as per the federal government's right to collect the debt first accrued, except as otherwise provided by law.

    For you this means three things:

    1. If you are in any state supervised probation on parole, you need to contact the officers and make them aware.

    2. If you have any prior convictions including but not limited to worthless checks, grand theft, or money laundering, please know, your case will be treated as a habitual offender because your state is a zero-tolerance state.

    3. You do have a right to hire an attorney to take this matter inside the courthouse with the legal procedures. If you do not have one or you cannot afford one than one might be appointed to you if you lose this case in the court than the legal charges will be levied upon you that will $ 7,984.81. These exclude your bail fees, your attorney fees, and the outstanding and principal amount you owe to the client.

    According to State Bar Association, your trial attorney's charges will be nothing less than $ 255 to $ 520 an hour. Also, the court fee charges, legal affidavit cost, bail fees, stamp duty, and the outstanding amount that approximately comes around $ 16000 to $ 18000, which you have to bear. So, make sure that you do not lose the case.

    IRS Reporting

    Kindly find a 1099-C and W-9 and fill out required information along with your TIN (Taxpayer Identification Number). The IRS under Internal Revenue Code 6331(H) will monitor your matter to make sure that you report the amount of income.

    Even if you don't get a Form 1099-C from Quick Payday, the Quick Payday may very well have submitted one to the IRS. If you haven't listed the income on your tax return and the Quick Payday has provided the information to the IRS, you could get a tax bill or, worse, an audit notice. It could end up costing you more (in IRS interest and penalties) in the long run.

    If you have any existing payment plan with the IRS, then it will be terminated under the section 30 AFIR code.

    Foreclosures and property repossessions: This rule applies even to debts you owe after a house foreclosure or property repossession, the IRS have each right to mark liens on your assets which includes your bank account, house, automobiles, shares, certificates or any private government bond will be totally ceased. All your public bank accounts will get frozen and confiscated, state id, debit cards, and credit cards, etc. and detained by the department of treasury.

    By forwarding the subpoena to social security any child support, disability, unemployment or retirement benefits will be either placed on hold or will be stopped until the outcome of the case. In this situation, the law can seem especially cruel: Not only have you lost your property, but you will also have to pay income tax on the difference between what you originally owed the lender and what it was able to sell your property.

    In addition, it might be possible that they also file a non-bailable arrest warrant for you for jail time.

    Sincerely,

    Ralfy A Ramos

    Litigation Department

    Traver Legal Services"

    remove

    • March 8, 2019 at 10:10 AM by an anonymous user from Miami, Florida, United States

      Scr*w you Ralphie, I found your scam on multiple websites so I am definitely reporting you to the FTC, it is a fraudulent debt collector, good luck in prison.

      remove

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