On Friday I received a call and he claimed that I borrowed $432 from CashNet on March 1, which was deposited at 4:10 pm. (I checked my account and there was no deposit on this day). He also claims that they sent me 12 emails about this and multiple warning letters were sent. His claim was that they could not take out the payment without my permission (isn't that part of the loan paperwork?!). He said that I owed $435 and they were filing the same federal charges against me. He said that if I took this to court, I would owe $5545.00 for the court, fines, interest, and attorney. He had all of my identifying information and an IP address for the computer he claims I used for the application. He would never give me an attorneys name of who was filing the matter and was saying that he could not send me a copy of their affidavit or anything else. He could only give them to my attorney and if I did not have one, one would be appointed for me.
I conferenced in the Agent with the Secret Service that I have been working with and he tried to pry more information out of "Sam" and told him they are being investigated. "Sam" eventually hung up.
The FTC and the Secret Service say that they have heard from at least 2,000 victims. They recommend that you contact the credit bureaus and notify them that you are a victim of identity theft. You will also want to contact your bank and go over the options they have for fraud protection.
The Number ! thing is DO NOT SEND THEM ANY MONEY!!! They will probably keep calling you, just hang up!!
THESE GYUS GIVE ME CALLS FROM DIFFRENT NUMBERS EVRYTIME AND HRASS ME ...THEY SAY I OWE MONEY TO THEM.....THEY KEEP ON CALLING AT MY HOME PLACE , MY WORK PLACE