U.S. Small Business Administration imposter Reports & Reviews (1)File a complaint
Victim Location 21014
Type of a scam Debt Collections
we received an email stating - Quote:
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This is a friendly reminder to let you know that your invoice is 3 days past due.
Please pay this immediately or if you have any questions, please contact us to discuss.
Amount due: $1968.37 08/14/2017.
Click Here To View Invoice.
*** (We will not click on any link from an unsolicited sender for security reasons)
however we have no business with this or any other financial institution regarding loans, or loans of any type ! it took over 30 minutes, I then spoke to a nice gentleman from that institution, however he as unable to help me as he did not have the ability to pull up invoices via an invoice number ? he would require my companies EIN, which I was not going to give to any institution whom we do not have business with.
We constantly receive unsolicited emails from this company, even after multiple requests to unsubscribe from their marketing lists - but we still receive them, and have had to add them to our junk mail, which we also monitor for incorrect insertion of genuine emails to this folder. we also receive an abundance of marketing material via regular USPS, which we always return to sender.
one interesting thing to note, that when we hit reply to the email, the email address was ***, when you are dealing with a scammer, they normally utilize an email address that is similar to the institution that they are posing as, but this is the correct domain ending for the U.S. Small Business Administration
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