Is Payne Richards and Associates a Scam?

Is Payne Richards and Associates a Scam?

Payne Richards And Associates sent me a letter telling me I have unclaimed money,and to fill out form have noterized and send check. Instead I called company and they informed me that it was money owed to me from American Express card. They would not answer my question, so I disconnect with them called American Express card,and was told this was a scam . These people should be found and jailed for ever.

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  • October 18, 2020 at 1:08 PM by an anonymous user from: Aurora, Illinois, United States

    I too, was sent a letter from Payne Richards and Associates telling me that they have found $1,022,09 that they would like to return to me. They also said not to send any money and that when I received my check there would be included an invoice for me to send 2% of my refund, $102.20. I figured I would wait for the check to clear before sending any money. It doesn't make much sense though as why would they send me a check and then trust my sending them their 2% afterwards? It sounds so anti-capitalist. I will call them Monday as they are closed weekends.

  • October 18, 2020 at 1:07 PM by an anonymous user from: Aurora, Illinois, United States

    I have received this letter saying I have some money to recover they are telling me to send a notarized letter and to received the check and then they will charge me 99.28 fee and if the claim is denied im not going to be charge. My mother passed away and they said that the health care place were she was at they send that money to them its been 7 years and now they said that for me to claim that money why they didnt do it when she passed away it took 7 years for them to send me this information.

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