So I keep getting an email showing I have a warrant out for my arrest for a cash advance they say I took. What do I do, what can I do? I've asked several times for documents to show proof etc. No response.
I wold recommend you meet with a lawyer right away to discuss the case and your options. You will not be able to resolve the case in any way with the warrant outstanding. A lawyer can assist you with the bond process and ultimately defend you in the action.
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It isn't clear who is sending you the email. It is not a good idea to try to communicate about this with anyone. The safest approach is to talk to a lawyer about sorting this out.
Use the Find a lawyer feature above to discuss the details of your situation. Most give free consultations. An attorney can confirm details related to the warrant and run through your options. Good luck!
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It's a phishing scam. Do not open. Do not respond. (too late) Report it to police and/or FBI.
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This is BS to get you to pay them. The police don't send emails about warrants. Moreover, not paying a cash advance is not a criminal matter. So, this is one of two things. You do have a cash advance and the collector (as many do) is making a bogus threat (which is not allowed under the law) or you don't have a cash advance and some random slime ball is hoping you will be stupid enough to pay based on some idiotic threat like this.
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Never heard of a cop so dainty as to send an email requesting your surrender. Police prefer to show up en masse with a fresh buff on their biceps and more mechanical equipment.
Eschew further contact with these folks. Then knock out a few pushups of your own in case I'm wrong.
Block the sender. This is a lie. The police show up and arrest you - they don't solicit money by email first.
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