ACC – ACC Mark Brown, Mike Johnson, Tommy Threatened me,…

I have a student loan thru 2 companies. I received a call from a man who didn’t speak clear English. I asked for someone who I could understand and then the same man got back on the phone and said his name was Mike Johnson. He said there was a warrant out for my arrest and the only way to avoid it was to pay them 300 dollars. I got scared & agreed to it. They emailed me paperwork to fill out & I was suppose to fax it right back. I noticed the company I got the loan from was not listed. I got 3 more threatening phone calls rushing me to fax them the info immediately. I asked him what loan company he was collecting for & he got mad & accused me of being dishonest. He hung up on me & called back & gave me the name Cash Net USA. I asked for a phone number & he insisted I didn’t need it because everything has been turned over to them. I Googled them & got a number. They had no info on me & informed me that I had been scammed. They sent me a report to fill out. I then received 15 more rude phone calls from them insisting I pay & insisting I have been misinformed & I need to pay them immediately. I had to block the number with my provider. Now they are harassing me at work.

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