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Victim Location 65109
Total money lost $1,500
Type of a scam Romance

This guy pretends to be single and targets older women whom he thinks are lonely and have money. He tricks you into believing he really likes and cares about you when all along he just uses you for your money. He plays the sympathy card as well like he has just been going through a hard time and he has 4 kids (which he does) and just needs a hand to help him up. He will say and do as the right things to get what he wants. When he figures out your on to him he dissppears.

Victim Location 75604
Type of a scam Debt Collections

The message states that it is Karen Jones calling in regards to my student loans and recent changes that have gone into effect. States that we need to discuss the repayment. The messages says to give the reference number 220203 so it will make it easier when the call is returned.

Neither my husband or myself, or our children have any student loans.

After a little research on the internet, it seems this has happened to a number of people because there are several reports of the same phone message.

I did not and do not intend to return the phone call!

In answering the questions below, I did not return the phone call. I fear that if someone were to respond, attempts to take money may be made.

Victim Location 63123
Type of a scam Credit Repair/Debt Relief

I received 2 separate calls about reducing credit card debt.

Victim Location 21219
Type of a scam Tax Collection

I received a call from Goshen, Indiana from the above number. They left a message stating:

"To avoid initial appearance before the judge magistrate or jury for a federal criminal offense raised against your name contact us immediately. For more information contact the tax and crime unit at the number listed above".

I called the number back and told them that I had reported the number to the local authorities as the federal government DOES NOT collect tax liens in such a fashion. I was then berated with a list of expletives by the foreign gentlemen on the other end of the line and hung up on.

Victim Location 45403
Type of a scam Phishing

This is a possible scam to gain personal information. When I called the number back they did not seem to be able to tell me what the legal issue was about and wanted my information to verify who I am.

Victim Location 24141
Type of a scam Debt Collections

Got a phone call from someone claiming to be a collection agent at a law office. They wanted to verify my information before letting me speak with the attorney handling my case. I don't owe anybody anything.

Victim Location 98038
Type of a scam Phishing

Says your SSN has been compromised. If you wish to know more press one. We hung up second call today.

Victim Location 32073
Type of a scam Debt Collections

Left message claiming to be from the National Process Servers, I would be served a civil process the next day between 11-4. Returned call to be told I owed from a past bank account that had been overdrawn and grown with fees and penalties. Negotiated settlement terms and received settlement letter by e-mail. They had all my personal information and had called my wife with the same message. When I looked up the law firm (Lewis and Goldstein), I was unable to locate any firm. I went to the bank in question and they researched to find nothing from my name, ssn or the account number supposedly overdrawn.

Victim Location 15068
Total money lost $550
Type of a scam Tech Support

These people called and we gave them our credit card no. to have $550 of anti virus protection “supposedly” put on our computer. Now they keep calling saying that the BBB has ordered them to close their business and they need our account information in order to refund us. I asked them to send us a check and they will not.

Victim Location 92021
Type of a scam Fake Check/Money Order

This number called telling me i have 9000 dollars in money gram. They tried to get my bank info

Total money lost $100
Type of a scam Online Purchase

Seller posted multiple ads for dogs, asked for a deposit of $100 to cover “trabsfer of ownership” and to hold the puppy. Sent deposit to email provided via paypal. Day we were supposed to come see the dogs and buy them, seller kept asking for more money and kept giving different reasons why. Refuses to refund deposit. Clearly a fake seller

Victim Location 92108
Type of a scam Phishing

I just received a text from this number saying:

"Go-Daddy: Thanks for your order, (my name). Call here ***8 to activate your eighty percnt off web and logo cou pon"

Typos are the same as in original message. The number in the text is a link. I didn't click on the link.

Victim Location 19154
Type of a scam Phishing

It came as an overnight express delivery. In short, if I send$99.00 plus 3books of forever stamps within 7 days they would send me 3 secret phone numberswhich you can make thousands of dollars every time you call them.( They said they would take$200.00 off reg.price if I respond in 7 days) . It went on saying that it's not a grant or a loan and not a scam , and I never have to pay any of the money back.

Everything was 100% legal but your not aloud it tell anyone about "Jerry's secret phone numbers. And if you miss returning your order in 7 days you only get one phone# but you can still get the other two numbers if you send an extra$60.00. Last thing on the order form was that he would show me how l can receive unlimited free brand name, high end Electronics, and gift cards. He guarantee No additional cost or requirements. Then he said instead of charging$19.99 for shipping and handling for the free gifts,all I would have to pay is a flat rate of $2.00 for every single gift delivered to me.

All you need is a phone number to make all that free money, and my name and U.S. address for the unlimited free gifts to be delivered. There's no phone number or mail address

anywhere just the address I'm supposed to send a money order or cash (I hope if any other senior citizens get this, ,they should know that this is a dead giveaway,"who the hell would send cash through the mail"?

The payment and the three books of forever stamps get mailed to U.S.Financial Resources at 7349 Milliken Av ste.140-45, Rancho Cucamonga CA.91730

Victim Location 75773
Type of a scam Phishing

They call in the morning requesting to speak with my elderly grandfather. They will not tell me what they want or anything.

Victim Location 75569
Type of a scam Debt Collections

Called me & didn’t leave a message. When I called the number back, I got s recording identifying the number as belong to NAR Bureau, & instructing me to leave my name, number, & case number regarding legal matters.

Victim Location 32258
Type of a scam Fake Check/Money Order

I received a call from a company in California who stated that I had done business with them in the past regarding work on my computer and I had paid for a 5 year service agreement, but the company was going out of business. They stated that the is requiring that they refund me the $499.99 that I originally paid since the company can not fulfill the full 5 year time period agreement. They indicated that they would refund me my money via PayPal and they would need to capture the pictures of the screens showing that they had reimbursed me to send to the Unfortunately I had done some business with two computer companies but they were not legit and this may have been one of them. The person on the phone requested to remote into my computer so that he could take care of the transaction and send me the money. Once on the PayPal screen, he pulled up another screen that did not look totally like PayPal but it had a similar view. He typed in $1500.00 to be sent to me and I questioned why he entered $1,500 when he was refunding me only $499.99 and he then stated that I can send them back the $1,000.00 over the amount being refunded and at that point I knew it was a scam so I immediately turned off my computer to stop the remote user and hung up the phone. I am very concerned that he captured information from my computer but certainly it was a scam for me to send them $1000.00 and I would probably never receive the $499.99. Lesson learned, thankfully I sent no money but he sounded very sincere and convincing so I'm sure they are taking advantage of other seniors. I am 64 years old but I do have some computer knowledge and was able to see that the screen looked different than the real PayPal so I hung up. He called back about four times and I then blocked the phone number.

Victim Location 40245
Total money lost $800
Type of a scam Credit Repair/Debt Relief

I was upside down in my student loans. I was contacted by this company in regards to student loan relief and I listened to them. I researched them a little and determined they were legitimate. I went through the process answering all of their questions truthfully, signed the agreement, and they began withdrawing the agreed upon amount. I was told I would pay a certain amount per month for 6 months and then start paying a monthly amount of a fraction of what I was paying for the first 6 months, and this amount would be paid for the remainder of the loan term (240 months), at that point the remaining balance of the student loans would be forgiven. Well today (month 5) I was contacted by this company. They told there was an issue with the paperwork, and my income on record was about half of what my pay stubs reflected, therefore my monthly payment would be substantially more than the agreed upon amount for the remainder of the loan term. Again, I was completely truthful on all the initial questions to include my income. The person I talked to today offered me “options” the first option was to provide paystubs that reflected the amount they had on “record”, I asked “how would I produce paystubs that showed my annual income was half of what it actually was”. She responded with “well here’s another option, if we increased you family size another 2 people, your payment would come down. Increased my family size by 2 people? How? Then she offered me the last option, which was a “self certification letter” where I could fill in my annual income and if it matched the amount they had on “record” my payment would be reduced. So basically in one conversation, their representative tried to get me to claim my family size was 2 people larger, or submit this letter where I would lie about my income. This is fraud. They coached me to commit fraud, to be submitted to the Department of Education.

Victim Location 75569
Type of a scam Debt Collections

Called me & didn’t leave a message. When I called the number back, I got s recording identifying the number as belong to NAR Bureau, & instructing me to leave my name, number, & case number regarding legal matters.

Victim Location 64804
Type of a scam Sweepstakes/Lottery/Prizes

Used my aunts FB account to send Messenger message about getting money...

i am so happy i got $100,000 from the DHHS in conjunction with free government tax and it was deliver to me by UPS at my door step, did you got yours from them too?

Because I got my cash already and it's a specific program for those who need assistance for paying bills,going to school, with old and retired people and i saw your name on the winner list when i apply for it i thought you got yours too

Victim Location 76530
Type of a scam Debt Collections

I received a call from "Melissa Miller" saying that she needed me to setup a repayment for my student loan and gave me a reference number. I called my student loan servicer and they said that was a scam. My loan servicer said that they don't give out their last names or reference numbers to setup loan repayments. I never called this person back.

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