They are calling themselves C.R. Leihman and Associates
Fri, 03/21/2014 20:47
I was sent some pre-formed letter by email. I told them to send me the original document that I supposedly signed for some payday loan yes. They told me I had to pay $800 on this bill by 3pm today. I emailed them back and they called again told me I needed to pay this amount. The call came from 301-637-6765. Strange the letter came from Fort Worth, TX but this call came from a Maryland exchange. I have called the attorney associated with this letter as well as the local authorities to inform them they have another group of scammers.
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