I received a phone call yesterday stating I have 2 pending fraudulent charges affixed to my name and s.s. number and the charges will be in filed in the county I live in. When I looked up the number it says its a unknown number .
I can only call this number 347-578-9284 and give them my file number from my home number or my place of employment. i can only discuss the matter until I receive the summons. I tried to call the number back and it says agent number 3009 is unavailable then it beeps to leave a message. I did not leave a message. If a summons were to be filed would I really be contacted? Also it said my name in a computer generated voice then the lady spoke then it said my name again in the computer generated voice. Please help!
Family Law Attorney
A google search indicates that this is a debt collector trying to rattle your cage. Check out the link below. You may want to talk to your new york attorney general.
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Social Security Lawyers
Yes, probably scam on you. Contact your local authorities.
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Social Security Lawyers
This description is strongly suspicious for scam. Real debt collectors are prohibited by the federal Fair Debt Collection Practice Act (FDCPA) from operating in this fashion, and you may now have rights under the FDCPA. For more information, go to the FTC website here: http://www.consumer.ftc.gov/articles/0258-fake-debt-collectors
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Criminal Defense Attorney
A debt collector would not sue you for something it knows to be a fraudulent charge. I suspect a scam. They will probably ask you to confirm you ID information such as your social security number, date of birth, and account numbers..... don't do it.
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