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57 Comments
Post by Jen,

8322248192 I also received the same email - I filed a complaint with the Consumer Finance Bureauwww -consumerfinance -gov I was directed here by my Attorney General

Post by DAN,

832-224-8192 I told him to turn himself in and quit kidding his self that i would stop dating his mother and start dating his sister - Think i scared him no more emails

Post by AM,

8322248192 The simplest solution is to delete the message, without reading it, if it's repeated - Don't fall for emails like this and NEVER reply to them, never click on any links and never call any numbers listed - They're just phishing for suckers -Your email provider must offer spam filtering - Look into that - Most spam messages will then either be deleted immediately or at least put into a folder identified as Spam or Junk -Just ignore them -

Post by scared me,

832-224-8192 I got one too - I know I have not committed any crime - This is bull

Post by ruth.hill,

8322248192 I just got the same email  Frank Hamilton, asked me for -  I recently tried to us the pay-day lenders website -  I am sure that is how they got my information -

Post by dd,

832-224-8192 Attach the email to a complaint filed with IC, the cyber crimes division of the FBI -  For Extortion Scam Operations,  File reports with the FBI, your state attorney general and Department Of Justice,CFB,FTC & FCC -  Emails can be attached to complaints filed with IC, the cyber crimes division of the FBI -www -nwc -org www -ic -gov default -aspxwww -fbi -gov https: www -ftccomplaintassistant -gov #&panel-https: esupport -fcc -gov ccmsforms form -actionwww -consumerfinance -gov complaint www -fraud -org www -stopfraud -gov report -htmlTip off FBI about this extortion attempt by filing form at: stips -fbi -gov www -consumer -ftc -gov blog haunted-phantom-debtAlso see here:notes -com arts IneMkbUAAo where-to-report-phone-crimehttps: www -westernunion -com us en fraudaware - - and-answer -htmlAlso read up on the laws and your rights:notes -com arts JbEW-eDhQA harassin - - ou-need-to-knowSee Residents post here also:notes -com forum ta-afabab unending-collection-callsTemplates of Letters:notes -com Phone -aspx ---www -ftc -gov os statutes fdcpajump -shtmwww -consumerfinance -gov askcfpb search - -www -consumer -ftc -gov articles pdf--fair-credit-reporting-act -pdfwww -consumer -ftc -gov articles -debt-collectionAnd see:www -dfi -wa -gov consumers alerts nationwide-debt-association -htm*********************www -fbi -gov scams-safety********************************www -ic -gov media -aspx******notes -com forum ta-ecabcbb - - service-attacks************www -clarkhoward -com news clark-howard - - r-phones ndFc *****************www -net-security -org article -php?id***************notes -com forum ta-acdad - - ************www -consumer -ftc -gov articles -fake-debt-collectorsnotes -com forum ta-becaca - - debt-collectors************www -deadiversion -usdoj -gov pubs pressreleases extortion_scam -htm******************www -fdcpa -me fake-process-server-injunction ******************notes -com forum ta-bbcbc - - net%s-tactics*******************dfi -wa -gov consumers alerts cashnet-payday -htm*****www -cashnetusa -com consumer-notices**************Extortion Scam Related to Delinquent Payday LoansWashington, D -C -December ,  FBI National Press Office() -— filed under: Press ReleaseThe Internet Crime Complaint Center has received many complaints from victims of payday loan telephone collection scams - Callers claim the victim is delinquent in a payday loan and must repay the loan to avoid legal consequences - The callers purport to be representatives of the FBI, Federal Legislative Department, various law firms, or other legitimate-sounding agencies - They claim to be collecting debts for companies such as United Cash Advance, U -S - Cash Advance, U -S - Cash Net, and other Internet check-cashing services -According to complaints received from the public, the callers have accurate data about victims, including Social Security numbers, dates of birth, addresses, employer information, bank account numbers, and the names and telephone numbers of relatives and friends - How the fraudsters obtained the personal information varies, but in some cases victims have reported they completed online applications for other loans or credit cards before the calls started -The fraudsters relentlessly call the victim’s home, cell phone, and place of employment - They refuse to provide any details about the alleged payday loans and become abusive when questioned - The callers have threatened victims with legal actions, arrests, and, in some cases, physical violence if they do not pay - In many cases, the callers harass victims’ relatives, friends, and employers -

Post by Sandy,

8322248192 It's funny -  I got one this morning -  The case number doesn't seem to change, but the phone number does, and frequently -  Mine was a area code, but with the same name, Frank Hamilton -  Ignore it - nothing will happen to you, your job, or your family -  Scam city

Post by dd,

832-224-8192 Attach the email to a complaint filed with IC, the cyber crimes division of the FBI -  For Extortion Scam Operations,  File reports with the FBI, your state attorney general and Department Of Justice,CFB,FTC & FCC -  Emails can be attached to complaints filed with IC, the cyber crimes division of the FBI -www -nwc -org www -ic -gov default -aspxwww -fbi -gov https: www -ftccomplaintassistant -gov #&panel-https: esupport -fcc -gov ccmsforms form -actionwww -consumerfinance -gov complaint www -fraud -org www -stopfraud -gov report -htmlTip off FBI about this extortion attempt by filing form at: stips -fbi -gov www -consumer -ftc -gov blog haunted-phantom-debtAlso see here:notes -com arts IneMkbUAAo where-to-report-phone-crimehttps: www -westernunion -com us en fraudaware - - and-answer -htmlAlso read up on the laws and your rights:notes -com arts JbEW-eDhQA harassin - - ou-need-to-knowSee Residents post here also:notes -com forum ta-afabab unending-collection-callsTemplates of Letters:notes -com Phone -aspx ---www -ftc -gov os statutes fdcpajump -shtmwww -consumerfinance -gov askcfpb search - -www -consumer -ftc -gov articles pdf--fair-credit-reporting-act -pdfwww -consumer -ftc -gov articles -debt-collectionAnd see:www -dfi -wa -gov consumers alerts nationwide-debt-association -htm*********************www -fbi -gov scams-safety********************************www -ic -gov media -aspx******notes -com forum ta-ecabcbb - - service-attacks************www -clarkhoward -com news clark-howard - - r-phones ndFc *****************www -net-security -org article -php?id***************notes -com forum ta-acdad - - ************www -consumer -ftc -gov articles -fake-debt-collectorsnotes -com forum ta-becaca - - debt-collectors************www -deadiversion -usdoj -gov pubs pressreleases extortion_scam -htm******************www -fdcpa -me fake-process-server-injunction ******************notes -com forum ta-bbcbc - - net%s-tactics*******************dfi -wa -gov consumers alerts cashnet-payday -htm*****www -cashnetusa -com consumer-notices**************Extortion Scam Related to Delinquent Payday LoansWashington, D -C -December ,  FBI National Press Office() -— filed under: Press ReleaseThe Internet Crime Complaint Center has received many complaints from victims of payday loan telephone collection scams - Callers claim the victim is delinquent in a payday loan and must repay the loan to avoid legal consequences - The callers purport to be representatives of the FBI, Federal Legislative Department, various law firms, or other legitimate-sounding agencies - They claim to be collecting debts for companies such as United Cash Advance, U -S - Cash Advance, U -S - Cash Net, and other Internet check-cashing services -According to complaints received from the public, the callers have accurate data about victims, including Social Security numbers, dates of birth, addresses, employer information, bank account numbers, and the names and telephone numbers of relatives and friends - How the fraudsters obtained the personal information varies, but in some cases victims have reported they completed online applications for other loans or credit cards before the calls started -The fraudsters relentlessly call the victim’s home, cell phone, and place of employment - They refuse to provide any details about the alleged payday loans and become abusive when questioned - The callers have threatened victims with legal actions, arrests, and, in some cases, physical violence if they do not pay - In many cases, the callers harass victims’ relatives, friends, and employers -

Post by sexydiva,

8322248192 I got this email and I have no idea what is going on I am a singel mother with six kids and I don't need this right now - I am so scared of my butt right now

Post by Marie,

832-224-8192 I received a text message that I sm to be arrested" - -or your retain attorney to return the call as soon as possible our number () - - This is Frank Hamilton from Law Enforcement Department -"Text - -"

Post by Cindy G,

8322248192 To reduce the number of unwanted email and texts you receive, use these tips:Be careful about giving out your mobile phone number, email address, or any other personal information -Read through commercial web forms - Some websites allow you to opt out of receiving email from partners – but you may have to uncheck a preselected box if you want to do so -Check for a privacy policy when submitting your wireless phone number or email address to any website - Find out if the policy allows the company to sell your information -Do not respond to unwanted texts or emails from questionable sources - Several mobile service providers allow you to forward unwanted texts by simply texting it to (or "SPAM") to block the sender - Check with your  provider about other options -Use a "junk mail" or "spam" email filter -https: www -fcc -gov guides spam-unwanted-text-messages-and-email

Post by Eve,

832-224-8192 So was it a scam i got the same txt msg saying i owed dollars

Post by AM,

8322248192 The simplest solution is to delete the message, without reading it, if it's repeated - Don't fall for emails like this and NEVER reply to them, never click on any links and never call any numbers listed - They're just phishing for suckers -Your email provider must offer spam filtering - Look into that - Most spam messages will then either be deleted immediately or at least put into a folder identified as Spam or Junk -Just ignore them -

Post by It is a scam...,

832-224-8192 - -because email is not a valid means of notifying you that you owe money to someone -  Nor is debt a criminal matter -  If you've defaulted on a loan, you may end up with a civil court appearance -  As for the assertion that bankruptcy doesn't "protect" you from subsequent follow-up by debt collectors, that's a bunch of hooey -  That's precisely what bankruptcy laws do - protect you from Johnny-come-latelys who attempt to scam you out of money you legally no longer owe  If you wish, you can certainly forward your email to the FBI at their Internet Crime Complaint Center - www -ic -gov -  Otherwise, block their number, advise them you know they're scammers and have reported them to the appropriate authorities - your state's Attorney General, the FTC -

Post by Marie,

8322248192 I received a text message that I sm to be arrested" - -or your retain attorney to return the call as soon as possible our number () - - This is Frank Hamilton from Law Enforcement Department -"Text - -"

Post by Sandy,

832-224-8192 Highly unlikely as law enforcement does not warn of arrest warrants in advance nor can you "pay" your way out of them -  Without further information we cannot be certain but chances are this is an illegally operating debt collector - Threats of arrest over debt are strictly illegal -

Post by Gabby,

8322248192 I got the same e-mail today well it came last night - just sent it to my attorney and the proper authorities then I deleted and blocked -  Wish there was a way to find these scammers and bring them to justice -

Post by Tony's Wife,

832-224-8192 I received this same email yesterday -  I am so thankful for Google because I was about to have a stroke thinking I was going to jail -

Post by tisha,

8322248192 I got the same txt and calls - -I've been playing along with him and calling him constantly, he doesn't like it very much lol

Post by Guest,

832-224-8192 Says I have an arrest warrant for theft - Not

Post by DAN,

8322248192 I told him to turn himself in and quit kidding his self that i would stop dating his mother and start dating his sister - Think i scared him no more emails

Post by Laura,

832-224-8192 Omg I just got the same email today

Post by Marie,

8322248192 I received a text message that I sm to be arrested" - -or your retain attorney to return the call as soon as possible our number () - - This is Frank Hamilton from Law Enforcement Department -"Text - -"

Post by It is a scam...,

832-224-8192 - -because email is not a valid means of notifying you that you owe money to someone -  Nor is debt a criminal matter -  If you've defaulted on a loan, you may end up with a civil court appearance -  As for the assertion that bankruptcy doesn't "protect" you from subsequent follow-up by debt collectors, that's a bunch of hooey -  That's precisely what bankruptcy laws do - protect you from Johnny-come-latelys who attempt to scam you out of money you legally no longer owe  If you wish, you can certainly forward your email to the FBI at their Internet Crime Complaint Center - www -ic -gov -  Otherwise, block their number, advise them you know they're scammers and have reported them to the appropriate authorities - your state's Attorney General, the FTC -

Post by scared me,

8322248192 I got one too - I know I have not committed any crime - This is bull

Post by dd,

832-224-8192 Got same email today - With threats physical phone call threat -

Post by Guest,

8322248192 Scam Artist - This is a number listed on an email - At no point, will an arrest warrant be emailed to you, with an "out of court resolution -" SCAM -

Post by tsw,

832-224-8192 My case number was the same as yours - -imagine that  Freaks

Post by whirlygirl,

8322248192 i got the exact same email as well -  Thank goodness for this site -

Post by dee,

832-224-8192 received same email from frank Hamilton case officer, state investigation dept - warrant will be out for my arrest if I don't contact him -   Please make these people stop harassing us -  We haven't done anything wrong - They need to be caught -

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