"Merchant Cash Advance Service" Arrest Warrant Scams

The "Merchant Cash Advance Service" email below is a fake. The fake email message is being sent by scammers to trick the recipients into sending them money by threatening legal actions. Therefore, recipients of the fake email message which appears as if it came from a so-called ACS Debt Solutions, should delete it and not follow the instructions in it.

Merchant Cash Advance Service Arrest Warrant Scams

It is important that the public takes precautions when asked to send money via money transfer services like Western Union and MoneyGram, or Prepaid Debit Card to pay legal services or the government. This is because scammers use those untraceable money transfer services to collect money from their victims. Money sent via those services are not refundable, once the scammers have collected or used it.

The "Merchant Cash Advance Service" Arrest Warrant Scam

From: cario alberto <carioalberto@outlook.com>

Date: Fri, Jun 14, 2019 at 6:34 AM


To: jasonbradurn1@gmail.com

Client Name : Merchant Cash Advance Service

Unpaid amount: $575.85

As we were trying to reach you since a couple of days regarding a very serious matter about a lawsuit filed on your name stating that you are doing some fraud and Civil litigations. I am really very sorry to say you that you are going to be legally prosecuted in the Court House within couple of days. Your SSN is put on hold by US Government, so before something goes wrong I thought that I shall call you and notify you about this matter. But as I was not able to reach you I am sending you a final notification Email. So please take a piece of paper and write down your case file ca#219296 and second thing since it’s a legal matter you will be needed my help, so please write down my call back us.

The Factual Basis for the complaints is as follows:


(1) Violation of Federal Banking Regulation, (2) Collateral Cheque Fraud (3) Theft by Deception,

The Legal Affidavit States to debtor, Was Monitored online Using the Email


In Order To Solicited funds From a Website which is Own and Operated By CASH Advance. The Funds Were Successfully Transferred Into Your Bank, Utilizing an interstate EFT (That stands for Electronic Funds Transfer) But at The Time Of repayment When the Clients Attempted To Extract The Funds Back there were 6 EFT&#39;s Returned Constituting Worthless Electronic cheque, So As of Now Rather Than Chasing You For Money They Have Simply Decided to write This money as a loss and deemed to be stolen As well as press charges against you in your state under your social security number. Now this legal affidavit has been taken care by FDCPA Law Fair Debt Collection Practice Act Chapter: 9 Section: 19 this means just two things for you.

1) If you are on any state supervised probation on pay roll, you will need to top contact the officer about this case and make them aware about this case.

2) If You have any prior Conviction Including But Not Limited To Worthless

Cheques, Grand Theft, or money Laundering Please Make it a note that the attorney General of your state would handle this case as that of an habitual offender , as your state is strictly zero tolerance state.

This is also to inform you that my clients that are your creditor have got all the rights and legal authorities to inform your current employer about ,what you have done in the past and what shall be the results and the consequences once this case would be downloaded which might lead to termination.

Finally You do have a right to an attorney if you don&#39;t have one or you cannot afford one, One Shall be appointed to you But Please make sure You Have Someone To help you out regarding this case,because once this case would be executed and if you lose the case against the jury then the legal

charges which would be levied upon you would be $14789.75 – this amount would be excluding your attorney charges your bail charges and the outstanding amount you owe to the clients.

KINDLY CONTACT TO ATTORNEY TO SETTLE YOUR CASE :mailto:jasonbradurn1@gmail.com



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"Merchant Cash Advance Service" Arrest Warrant Scams