Thursday 21st of September 2017 04:50:24 AM
I received a message Friday 4-16-10 on my home phone, it was a man with a deep Indian accent. He said his name was officer Karl Jones of the financial claims department at the courthouse. He said that someone was filing a financial crimes case against me and that he had my personal information even saying my social security number. He said i needed to call back right away. Feeling that this was a scam, i looked up the number on the Internet and found out it was a residential on listed number, so i didn't return call. Today Monday 4-19-10, he called my house, i was at work. My boyfriend answered and it was the same man claiming to be an officer of the court and saying he needed to speak to me right away. I called back from work to get a answering machine, i didn't leave a message. 30 seconds later they called back my cell phone. I answered and said hello, a man said hello who is this, i said no who is this. This man claimed to be officer Steve C from the department of defense. He said who are you looking for , i said i don't know someone from this number left a message for me. So he covers the phone and i can hear him yelling, who has Erin P.Meanwhile, I can hear a lot of people in the background with Indian accents all yelling the same things this guy had said on my answering machine. The man comes back after a minute and says, "He will call you back in 30 seconds. Is your number 8113?" I said, "No, I am not at that number right now." He hung up on me. About 10 seconds later, this officer Karl J calls and starts yelling into the phone telling me that he is going to have me verify all my personal information. He starts reading off my social security number, phone number, address, place of employment asking me to verify. I said I will not give you a personal information. I tried repeatedly asking him where he got my personal information and who he worked for. He kept avoiding it. As he yelled at me telling me he was going to read me an affidavit and I better agree. He told me that I owed them $6442 and that I had borrowed it in a payday loan. He kept asking if I was going to resolve this with him today or should he proceed with the lawsuit. As he yelled at me, I repeatedly asked what company he worked for and who I had supposedly borrow this money from. He got very angry and said I would have to speak to his supervisor for that information. I said okay. So the man called officer Steve C from the Department of Defense was the supervisor that got on the phone. As I asked what company he worked for, he got very angry and started yelling loudly telling me I need to pay for this loan i supposedly owed. I said, "Sir, this is a scam and I will not pay you a cent." At this point, he got very upset when I said the word scam and yelled, "We are going to make some terrible things happen to you in the next 24 hours. We know where you live and work and something bad is going to happen." Then he hung up. The name of the company he finally gave me was US Fast Cash International.