Advance America Review

This email was in my spam folder, which I always check in case a legitimate email was sent there by accident. Curious, I decided to see what this message would say, and it is similar to ones I’ve seen from other scammers – no information, some case file number, legal threats. | As you can see, there are no specifics such as your name, when this supposed loan was taken, but enough threats in the hopes of scaring you; there are a few grammatical errors. They don’t even tell you how to contact them if you desired to. These people want you to pay them, but they’ve given you very few options to contact them unless it is to respond to their iffy email address. And I wouldn’t contact them anyway. | _____________________________________________________________________________________ [email protected] | CASE FILE #: C-203991 | This is the final notification from our side. | If payment is not received within 48 hours then the case will be downloaded against your name and social on Tuesday, May 21st, 2019. | The legal charges are under Section 9 and chapter 19. | Once the case gets downloaded you will receive the court summon at your doorstep. | For settlement, payment arrangement or any other queries feel free to contact us. | Thank You. | Manager | Legal Department | Advance America

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Name: Advance America

Country: United States

State: Texas

City: Austin

Address: 820 West 10th

Phone: 1-937-228-5600

Website: www.advanceamerica.net

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