See, there are three trees and you can switch between them at any time. We got a paydayloan for They called saying i owe an outstanding payday loan but could not send me any written paperwork. And then when i said i wasn't paying they called me from a number saying i was going too be arrested. I'm really nervous about this because I have never been I trouble for anything in my life!!
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Court papers will be delivered by hand by the local sheriff or other law enforcement authority or sent by certified mail with legitimate contact names and numbers. Yes you are right they are from India and they change their names and numbers constantly. They somehow even tied up our lines at work too. Big time lowlife losers they are, cant wait to see the look on their faces when they go down because these scumbags will get caught, I am researching to make sure this happens.
Do a search on DFF complaints and you will see the havoc they have caused in peoples lives. Also I believe they read these sites too. I am attempting to service notice on to Michelle Boggs in regards to case file naming you as the primary person of interest. This is your official notification of this process, if you wish to enter a statement on your behalf press 9 to be connected to a processor or you may call us at I requested that they send me a copy of where I owe and they said you will get the copy when you are served with a warrant tomorrow.
I called Advance America on the same date and spoke with Lisa whom stated I did not owe Advance America anything, I had paid in full in They are from India scamming lots of people. They change their numbers and names all the time. You are certainly right How do they come to know you took a loan from Advance America.. Is somebody from Advance America involved in this? Received email from FTC stateing that I had commited fraud by getting a payday loan and not paying on it ,yes I have 2 payday loans but not with the company they are saying and the comp.
The Federal Trade Commission doesn't email individuals about debts. My family received a call for someone looking for me saying I was about to go to jail for payday loans. Coincedently it was the same time I had defaulted but I had read about these crooks before. Needless to say I filed my taxes this year and someone has stolen my identity. I was looking online for a loan I could get without having to use a physical check since I do online banking that was set up with my college a few years ago.
I didn't do that, but then I kept getting calls from various numbers such as , , , , and the list just continues. They finally stopped calling once I had my phone's auto block feature turned on to block all calls unless they were in my address book.
I left that one for a few days then turned it off and I haven't received anymore calls, except for one. This guy claims that I am being sued by someone, but the guy wouldn't tell me what I was being sued for. When I asked what kind of situations his "law firm" handles, he told me he couldn't tell me and that I would need to talk to his partner and they would give me the information.
The day before I actually talked to the guy he left a voicemail stating that I needed to contact him at this number After searching for the number I found that it was a scam that other people had encountered and on one of the websites, it gave me a map of the location of the call.
After talking to the guy for a couple of minutes, I hung up on him and he called me right back and left a voicemail saying that me hanging up was not appreciated and just for that I would be going to jail the following day at 11am.
He said that I would need to have an attorney to represent me and that because I hung up on him that it was not a smart idea since he had my DL number which I don't have a DL , my address, phone number, email address, social security number, and bank account information.
Now when I applied for an online loan, I never entered my bank account information, I'm not exactly sure how or whom I would inform about my SSN possibly being stolen from this guy, if he really does have it. So I waited a few minutes before my husband called the same number, pretended to be my attorney and asked if he was located on street, such and such, in this city and state, the guy claimed he couldn't hear my husband and started blowing into the phone before hanging up.
My husband waited 5 minutes then tried calling back only to not be able to get through because his cell phone number was blocked. These are scam artists from India, they are scamming tons and tons of people out of money they don't even owe. They have gotten people fired from their jobs from constantly robo calling them. Do a search on DFF complaints and you will see.
Check your credit reports, these scumbags have somehow gotten a lot of peoples info. They told me my whole social security number, my drivers license number, my email, my home address, where I worked and my checking acct. How scary is that? I am researching these people and they eventually will be caught because I am hot on their trail. Lowlife scumbags they are who have no life, I want to see the look on their faces when they are busted from their elaborate scams they are doing. Someone please help me!!
Yes I did attempt to take out an online payday loan. They said they could television it from my bank account, so I quickly notified my bank and had that account closed to keep them from taking my money!! Now they are threatening to arrest me for check fraud!! I'm really nervous about this because I have never been I trouble for anything in my life!!
Someone please tell me they can't do this!!! Please do not feel threatened by these people in any way. They are nothing but scammers. I have a friend who can not seem to believe me when I tell him it's all a scam. He insist on believing he'll get his money any day now. How can I convince him other wise? I even told him to look it up.
The same thing just happened to me. They can not bring any charges against you. Dont lose any sleep worrying about charges against you because they are the criminals. Wow this just happened to me. They called saying i owe an outstanding payday loan but could not send me any written paperwork. And then when i said i wasn't paying they called me from a number saying i was going too be arrested.
I got worry and sent the dollars. Now they said i need too pay more or i will get arrested. I have observed that people to whom they call have taken loan on past. Is that loan companys provide information to them? I am with you to catch those scammers. No matter how enticing those payday loans are, they are in fact, legal predatory lenders and will charge you around percent interest. You will not be able to pay these back, next pay day.
Sorry to say I have learned from experience. I knew right away it was a scam but it's still annoying when it's calling at 6 AM. Just wanted to pass along this information so they can hopefully be stopped. The Heist is stiff and unintuitive in spots, but the overall package is a fun and a welcome addition to the PlayStation Network.
The Heist is easy. A cooperative first-person shooter, PayDay casts you and three bots or online friends as thieves and gives you six different jobs to go out on. Missions range from a bank heist to breaking out a prisoner to getting away from a job gone wrong, and enemy tactics change depending on how you're tackling a job. When I first started playing, I assumed these situations would get stale as the mission objectives don't change -- you're always doing the same action in the same place -- but PayDay keeps it interesting with its dynamic leveling system.
Your character evolves as you play and that tweaks the game's various heists. Each time you level up, you unlock a new weapon, item or bonus from the experience tree you have active. See, there are three trees and you can switch between them at any time. This is important to point out in the review because PayDay never explains this system in the game.
I had to call the folks behind PayDay to get an explanation of how the trees work. PayDay's menus tend to just throw text at you and leave you to figure it out. I'm sure most people will do just that, but I know some folks will just walk away in frustration. That's a shame because the skill trees are worth getting to the bottom of -- there are more than levels to achieve. Once you get an established crew together, you can build teams where everyone has a specialized function.
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