Fake "Patrick Law Associates, LLC" Arrest Warrant Emails
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A "Patrick Law Associates, LLC" Arrest Warrant Email Scam
From: Patrick Law Associates, LLC <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Mon, Aug 12, 2019 at 8:40 AM
Subject: Notice for legal proceedings
To: Patrick Law Associates, LLC <email@example.com>
Customer ID: #95041725
Case File Number #: NY-152/A26/17932
Due Amount: $1235.67
Please take this notice that your account is due with outstanding amount of $1235.67 with our client US CASH ONE INC.LLC(Verified Collection Group) We have to take legal action if you ignore this email.
It has brought to our attention to collect from you the entire balance of a debt you owe to US CASH ONE INC. as of today the amount of the debt is $1235.67.
If you want to resolve this matter without a lawsuit and further damaging your credit rating, you must email within 2 days of the date of this letter; either you can take advantage of legit settlement amount or email us and work out arrangements for payment with it($1235.67).
Federal Laws gives you 15 days after you receive the letter to dispute the validity of the debt or any part of it. If you do not dispute it within that period we will assume that you deem it valid. If you do dispute it – by notifying us in writing to that affect. We will as required by the law, mail to you proof of the debt. And if within the same period, you request in writing the name and address of your original creditor. If the original creditor is different from the current creditor ACS, we will furnish you that information as well. The law does not require us to wait until the end of the 15 day period before suing you to collect this debt.
Patrick Law Associates.
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