There is a call I keep receiving on job from this company. I've tried looking up name and phone, but nothing comes back. They claim that I filed a police report for an unauthorized transaction on my account (BofA). That account has been closed for about two years now and I never filed a police report.
They stated they called the Los Angeles Police Department to obtain a copy of this report and they told them there was no report. Said that if I didn't call they would sign off as intent to defraud a financial institution for internet wire transfer fraud and protest my check.
Has anyone heard of these people before? They of course left no information.
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