My first contact was with a Nick Foster. He had heavy accent and was hard to understand. He called me at work and said I owed money for a internet cash loan. I let him know that I was at work and could not accept his call at the time and hung up. He called back 4 more times, which I continued to hang up, on the fifth I answered and asked for a supervisors number. He gave me the name of Robin Jackson. The next day I listened to my voicemail (on work phone). It was the same person only this time he was Officer something Black. He said they were taking legal action against me, that I would be arrested, that he would personally make sure I lost my job and that I would spend the rest of my life behind bars. He also mentioned something about my employer and friends but I couldn’t understand due to the heavy accent. The number that showed on my caller id was 425-492-1268, but the number left on my voicemail was 954-639-9159. I turned both numbers over to the Seattle police department and reported the threats. The officer was nice enough to call the company back, not sure what he said. I called the “supervisor” number and suprise, it was the same man. He said he would not call me anymore, but would have something left on my doorstep. I also called the Attorney Generals office and left them a message that I saved the voicemail. I hope they catch these people, I almost confirmed information with them but didn’t. Do not get fooled, do like I did. Report to local authorities, if it is a legitimate debt they will let you know. They will also file your report for the threats. There are laws against certain collection tactics and they are not allowed to threaten like the man did to me. In my case, there was no outstanding loan. I had done a loan more than 5 years ago, they must have sold my information to someone.