United Legal Processing Division Tells Me I'm Going to Jail
Date: Wed, 06/18/2008 01:02
This company has contacted me several times within the last 6 months claiming I owe this company $1800. However, they will not give me the name of the actual company that I owe this money to. They also contacted me at work stating they were going to have someone come to my work and arrest me.
I was contacted just today from a gentleman who stated that I was to report to the county courthouse by 11 a.m. He also stated my social security number has been frozen. I asked what all this was about but the gentleman was very belligerent in telling me that I would be arrested if I did not send $1800 within the next 30 minutes I would be going to jail. There has been no documentation from these gentlemen from any of these phone calls. I went to the sheriff's office to file a report and was told this was a true scam. These people just want to get your social security number for identity theft purposes. Don't give anyone your social security number. Be Careful with these people. THEY ARE DANGEROUS!!!!
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