Saturday 27th of October 2018 10:39:12 PM
A man called my job 7 seven times this morning, 11/23/11, claiming to be from Self State Attorney Services, using an area code of 818. I explained to him I do not have a loan from Instant Cash USA, and asked him not to call me again. He told me he would continue to call a million times, as he did not believe I work at a Federal Faculty. I have even had the federal police where I work, call them back, and tell them they need to stop calling. They of course do not believe that these are real police officers calling, and so they continue to harass me on the job. It is very embarrassing, as I am away on Thanksgiving vacation with my family, and people from work are calling me to take care of my business. There seems nothing to do in the fact that these people calling are using fake names, and calling from many different area codes, when they don't get what they want. After I spoke with the man calling my job, I am now being called by a woman claiming to be Angela ** from a 718 area code threatening me, if they don't hear back from me or my attorney then she can only wish me good luck. They threaten to send the police to my job, and have me arrested, and make me lose my job. I know they can not do this, as it is a civil matter, but that is how they get people to pay them money. They are not even calling from the United States. They are trunking numbers from overseas, trying to scare people into paying, and if you stand up to them, they start cussing at you, and hang up on you. This is my second go around with these people, as they started doing this in September, and we finally got them to stop calling for about 2 months, and now they have started again. If anyone has not called the Federal Trade Commission and make a complaint, then do so. It may not help in the long run, but you have made the complaint. These people will use an attorney's name and address in one state, saying they are calling from a different state, claiming to be an associate office, make them give you the name of the lawyer, and the lawyer office address. Look it up online and call them. 99% of the time the real lawyer will know what is being done, and ask you to make a complaint with the FTC also.