threatning e-mail from hogan law firm being sue fom america cash advance
Sat, 03/29/2014 21:03
recieved two e-mails from somebody who is a lawyer. the e-mail stated that they are taking me to court for failing to pay off a payday loan with cash advance and once the papers are filed I will be laid off from my job. the email had all my personal info including my full social security number. that was a couple of weeks ago. I knew this was a scam. I just received a second e-mail from a lawyer from Hogan law firm accept this is with america cash advance and the name of the lawyer is different. I amd being accused of check fraud. Has anyone gotten these emails
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