Dept of Investigation Fraud Unit Reports & Reviews (1)File a complaint
Victim Location 75709
Type of a scam Debt Collections
First call was to Jamie Ellis' sister asking for Jamie who lives at another address. She then called Jamie with phone # to call about an "old loan" where she "may have used a check in 2009". First person Jamie spoke with was a woman, Jessica Lopez, who had to transfer her to another woman, Maria Marrero, a deputy ? and the last resort before she sends info into someone who will then issue warrant and prosecute her. Maria gave Jamie an address that was 6-7 yo. Maria then threatened her if she didn't pay $2500 (court cost - and may be able to talk the amount down) by noon. She gave her two options (1) $1000 now or (2) $656 now & remainder in two weeks. She then insisted she would have to come up with $$$ by noon. When she got the $$$, Jamie was to call her back & she would give instructions how to pay. Jamie called back on speaker & asked who is the prosecutor. When Maria heard a male voice in the back ground, she went "off" and began yelling...finally calming down. Noon passed & Maria called & left voice mail saying they were going to send out an warrant & have her arrested at her job. She confirmed Jamie "had no record on her background and knew she would want to pay her debt". Jamie googled the phone # & saw Jessica's name with a comment "if you ever have to deal with this business, Jessica will ask you for money and say she is a legal representative and you must call immediately (Jan 10, 2017). No verbal contact was made after this. No warranted have been issued nor has Jamie been arrested.
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