Received several calls from 855-803-1229
claiming they are URG and that if I didn't pay $ 500 today for
a purported previous debt that I would be served
papers for a court date. They provided me with a case
number and everything....funny thing is my brother works
in the courts and I called him and had him check the
case number...IT WAS ALL A LIE ! I called the number
(855) 803-1229 and spoke with a Mr. Harrison, he told me
that I must pay the $ 500 today , I asked him if I could mail the
payment...he said "NO" I asked him if I could send moneygram
or western Union,,,he said "NO" only on my credit card or debit card.
"I told him that I DO NOT OWE any creditors and it seems very
funny that he cannot give any information about the debt that he wants me
to pay him $ 500 for and they will not accept western union or moneygram
seems suspicious and illegal, some form of fraud...he hung up.
I called back and spoke with mr harrison again and requested their mailing
address ....he said he feared for his life and could not provide me with it.
When I checked online ...I found that they are as I thought a huge "SCAM"
There are many complaints and postings about their scams. READ:
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