I have been reporting information that I have received on researching phone numbers and website for a "First Source Advantage LLC" www.fsapay.com and I see many complaints against this company and all of their phone numbers. I am turning all of my information over to the Feds! (FCC and FTC and the Attorney General along with the CA State Attorney)
I am reporting to you that you have one of the perpetrators in your community giving false information, as I believe he is part of the scam, which make you accountable for the FRAUD he is committing. Seems you are complacent with the publishing of false documentations and are encouraging the bad behavior of these scammers. In order to save face and possible federal felony criminal charges, you best get weeding your garden, as your seeds seem to be tainted!
Here is my story and information:
They called from a 415 area code (415-689-1930, which, from researching, is a cell phone) and told me to call them at 888-282-1967. When I did, all I got as music. They probably are one of the scams that charge you to stay on the phone...They also called themselves "First Source Advantage", they said to look them up online at "www.fsapay.com". But when I went to the website, it asked for information which seems to be of a PHISHING nature....Make a payment and give them all of your information....BEWARE! THIS SEEMS TO BE A CROOK ON THE LOOSE!
Caller: First Source Advantage
Call Type: Possible Debt Collector / PHISHING
WHEN YOU GO TO THEIR WEBSITE AND TRY TO CONTACT THEM, YOU GET THIS...
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