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LendUp will drop your credit score when you take out a Prime loan, not the PayDay Loan. After you pay the prime loan off, they close the account and report it . Please read the original post carefully. Absent fraud, you cannot be arrested for merely defaulting on a loan. Many times, the callers aren’t actual debt collectors, but scammers hoping to scare you into giving them money. Payday Loans are the easiest and quickest way to borrow anything between around $ and $ Payday loans are especially useful in unexpected or emergency situations, something which could happen to anyone anytime.
Your attorney can give more information on that. You should never give out personal information like Social Security numbers or bank account information to strangers on the phone. See the info from the FBI in the original post. If you feel someone is trying to scam you and you feel unsafe, you should immediately contact law enforcement. For legal advice specific to your individual situation, contact a local attorney.
So right away new was scan and hung up. Now though get relentless calls and finally decided to pick up and was from same number that originally called for loan and same guy. Guy got rude and so I just simply hung up. An just make sure I was covered call state and local police.
They said it was scam and ignore it as well. All calls come from same MO number too. Thanks for sharing your experience.
The more information consumers have, the less likely they are to fall victim to scams. I had the number written down and when I looked it up online I found messages from others claiming that this was a scam. I went online to the actual CashnetUSA site and one of their agents told me in an online chat that she had no record of anyone from CashnetUSA calling me after March 3 If you are afraid someone unauthorized has access to your bank accounts, you should speak with your local law enforcement authorities and your bank.
If the caller already had your information, he would not have had any reason to call you. The goal of most of these scams is to get you to send money. Phishing scams are different, in that they typically try to get personal information from you such as account numbers or passwords.
I have another question. I got two loans online from two companies: I looked these two loan places up today and found that neither of them are licensed in Virginia. I know that VA state laws apply to them. What do I do? I can only give general information. The answer to your question will depend entirely on Virginia state law and I am not licensed to practice law in Virginia.
For legal advice specific to your situation, you need to speak with a local attorney. Over the past 4 days my family and now my Human Resource department has gotten calls from a number stating they are trying to reach me regarding unpaid debt. I contacted the company and they state I am being sued from the Bank of Delaware from a transaction I made in I asked for an email or letter with details of such transaction and they told me they dont have to send it to me.
He gave me all my options and I told him I need to research. Can I be sued for fraud for some transaction back in I think they are a pay day loan placye not sure, I got one payday loan years ago, but paid that thing off as a fast as I could. I have asked for everything in writing to so I can investigate it before I pay anything.
Im hoping I did the right thing. If you could track them down, you may be able to get law enforcement involved, but finding them is the hard part. In that case, you should speak to a local consumer bankruptcy or consumer protection attorney to learn about your potential remedies.
I received a call today from a place called ACS, but it was for my sister insisting I get a hold of her and she would have 2 hours to get the default on her loan taken care of before going into litigation. Stupidly, I gave them my credit card number but had the nagging feeling all day that something was not right. I saw your website and called my credit card company immediately and cancelled my card.
The payment had not yet gone through and the rep and I felt the best thing was to have a new card re-issued since my sister will be contacting a lawyer to follow up on this. I was completely unaware of things like this happening but your website helped to clear up a lot of questions I had. I have one more question: I told my employer about my loan situation and she suggested not paying back the loans. They are illegal loans, but is it a good idea to not pay them back?
Or will that get me into trouble? You need to speak to a local attorney if you want competent legal advice. Most of the time, these callers are scammers looking to scare some money out of you.
In either case, the worst they can do is sue you for the amount owed. If you have questions or want legal advice specific to your individual situation, you need to contact a local attorney. The caller may be serious, but it sounds like a scam to me. In that case, you should contact an attorney to learn about your remedies. In trying to help out an employee, I wrote her three checks to two different Colonial and American Loans.
Each check for 3 loans. I have that in a written letter after the employee refused to leave without it. Have you ever heard about this? We live in Oklahoma. My husband is receiving calls from a debt collector that says that they are going to procecute him and that he would be arrested for check fraud…..
Can he be arrested for not paying this back??? I had a person calling to collect on a pay day loan I had defaulted on after I lost my job. I offered to make a payment arrangement. When I called them about it they said I had til 3 pm or they would serve me papers along with someone from the county. You cannot go to jail for simply defaulting on a debt.
The most the creditor can do, absent actual fraud, is sue you. I had something like this an Attorney called and left a voicemail about how there were allegations pending against me and this was on a Sunday when most offices are closed so i had a bit of suspicion and ran his number through even though i could not find the company i was able to find reviews about the number and posted a comment about how this person called me.
I have done that and that and the attorney stated that i should not do anything until i receive the paperwork and then i can consult with him.
He assured me that he would keep the Payday loan company off of my back and also told me that if they attorney calls again to politely state that i can speak with him and give him the number to my attorney. I just received a call from a debt collector saying i owe a pay day loan from over 8 yrs ago. And to my knowledge I paid all mine off. And I said to him how come no one has sent me anything?
They were also calling from Texas. He had me all upset. Please re-read the original post, along with the note from the FBI. This sounds like a textbook example of a scam to me. The big red flag is the threat of arrest. If you feel threatened, you should contact local law enforcement. Ok this American Mutural Holdings called my mother on June 5 , and told her I have her down as a contact. They told her I have a default loan with Cash America and they had all my information. They told her if my loan was not paid in 2 hours I would have an warrent out for my arrest for check fraud!
She paid it with her debt card What can I do If you actually owed the money, the debt collector could have sued you, but could not have had you arrested. If you did not owe the money, your mother may be able to get law enforcement involved.
See the information from the FBI in the original post above. Keep in mind that nothing on this blog is intended as legal advice and I am not licensed to practice law anywhere but in Wisconsin.
My husband received a call tonight on his cell phone. It was a Wisconsin number but they said they were from Georgia. They stated he owed from a payday loan back from Again, any threats of jail for defaulting on a debt should raise red flags.
While check fraud is a serious matter, I have never seen such charges filed for merely defaulting on a payday loan. And your local D. If you deny you owe the money and think this is a scam, you should contact local law enforcement or see the original post above for info from the FBI.
I got a letter in the mail for failure to pay off title loan on a car that broke down n picked up by a junkyard for sitting in the side of road. In Wisconsin, failure to appear will result in a default judgment against you and the creditor will be able to collect on that judgment by any means allowed by state law.
Debt collectors do not have the authority to prosecute criminal cases. They can sue and try to collect, but cannot send you to jail. I would be in jail for hours before I seen a federal judge… is this true? Most of the calls claiming otherwise are from scammers hoping to scare you out of some money.
Will I go to jail!?! Yes, the debt collector can sue if you default on a debt. If you do get sued, check out this post: Your state procedure will likely be different, but your local attorney can help explain those differences to you.
Back in I took out an online loan from cash net and defaulted on the loan. I just received a call this week from a place saying they were arbitration, and that I was to be issued a summons for intent to defraud a banking institution unless I have a payment arrangement. I stupidly gave in and ended up giving my bank card info before reading this. Since they knew where, when, and how much the loan was for, would you assume this is just a debt collector breaking the rules, and not a scammer?
Quite a few scammers claim to be collecting on behalf of CashNet. I would consider stopping that payment, letting the bank know what happened, and asking if I need to get a new account number. Keep in mind that this is not legal advice. For advice and a legal opinion on your situation, you should speak to a local attorney.
Well I contacted cash net, turns out this is not the company that bought my debt, and actually is a fraudulent collector. Thank you for responding. Thanks for doing this thread. In New York, a law was passed making it illegal to collect on Payday loans and deemed the loans illegal and therefore void. I plan on closing my checking accounts and using a different, unrelated checking account moving forward. I assume you are familiar with the NYS law. My question is, can they hurt my credit?
Or bypass State law in order to try to collect? I will write to them saying I am defaulting on the loan because I have no money at this time and would be willing to pay any principal balance leftover based on a LEGAL interest rate in my state going back to the time I took the loan out. By this math they would owe me money. But just wanted your thoughts on if they can garnish my wages or hurt my credit score?
I am not licensed to practice law in New York and have no knowledge of any New York state laws. In general, payday loan businesses must comply with the laws of any state in which they do business. If the lender has a valid claim against you, it can pursue whatever remedies are available under state law. In Wisconsin, that would include wage garnishments. If the claim is valid, the lender could also report accurate information to the credit reporting agencies, although it is not required to report anything.
Whether or not this claim is valid is a question of state law, and you would have to consult with a New York-licensed attorney for advice. Today I received a call from United National Arbitration stating I had two charges pending against me and my case was review by the D.
Stated I have till tomorrow a 3 to make payment or case will be sent over to D. Can this really happen??? Besides, defaulting on a loan is not a criminal matter. Unless there are facts to indicate some kind of fraud, the D. I have received calls for more than 6 months now that are similar to this.
I took out a pdl online in I was unable to pay the loan back fully. For months now, I keep getting the same phone calls. Usually, it is within a couple of hours. These people had my correct phone number, current address, last four numbers of the bank account that the loan went into, etc… The options she gave me were to settle out of court right then by setting up a payment arrangement. I told her that I was uncomfortable giving out any pay information or making payments to anyone that I was not absolutely sure was legally the collector of the said debt.
I simply asked them to send me documentation to legitimize their claim. They said that as soon as I make a payment they would e-mail me a copy of the payment plan. I wanted a paper trail showing where and how they eneded up with my account and the authority to collect on it.
She became irate and flat out, ominous toward me. I finally just told her to serve me so that I would at least have some sort of leagal documentation and nothing ever came.
He did not want to send me any paperwork and accused me immediately of being uncooperative. So I just hung up on him. I asked for an address and she ignored the question and just said that she would be by to serve me. Typically, calling them back only encourages them to continue calling. If you just ignore them, they should stop after awhile. I called them to tell them that the loan should have been paid back and they said that whole time I was paying interest on the loan. So at that point I changed by account no.
Now today this guy calls me and said his client was reporting me for Check Fraud charges because I changed my account No. So Question is can they report me for check fraud when all i was doing was trying to protect my account? The caller sounds like a middle school kid tattling to the teacher. The debt collector could sue you or can contact the D. But unless you actually committed fraud and as far as I know, simply defaulting on a loan does not constitute check fraud in any jurisdiction , the D.
Keep in mind that I am not licensed to practice law anywhere but Wisconsin, and I do not give legal advice on this blog. For advice specific to your individual situation, you need to contact a local bankruptcy attorney. I am a former employee of a PayDay Loan company and their collection efforts are one I would not do.
I had never worked for a finance company like that so I went in clueless. Quickly I learned that is not a place of employment if you have a heart. Threats are their biggest tool. Get a number and name — immediatly call your State Banking Department and report the call. When the person calls you back inform them that you forwarded their collections threats to you State Banking Department and from that moment on make a note of any call you receive time date persons name and what was said.
It is illegal for them to threaten you with any type of threat. Also they will continue to harass your refences — let each one of your references know when they call them to inform them they do not wish to be contacted any longer and to remove them from the call list. If they continue to call the references you report that as well to the State Banking Department. If they are calling you at your place of employement you can tell them not to contact you there anymore.
Legally they have to stop sometimes it is a good idea to fax to local branch a letter stating no more contact at your work keep a record of that and if they continue make sure you report that to the State Banking Department. Keep in mind that they are only allowed to contact you twice a day. With leaving a voice message once. These companies are audited by their State Banking Departments. If complaints are being filed against their collection efforts then audits are more frequent cause all complaints have to be investigated.
Things happen not everyone is perfect… They are about profit and money with no concerns for the customer. By any means possible. That is their motto. You have rights take a stand. When they do — they become the criminal not you.
The only legal route they can take is a Small Claims that results in a Garnishment. Most states require you to pay the full amount including interest — rewrite the loan — and then return the amount minus the interest.
In most states thats illegal. Check with the regulations in your state — if no roll overs are allowed and you have done that — let the State Banking Department know you have done it with the company in the past. If they want to threaten you with criminal charges they obviously have no concern for you — so why have concerns for them.
Keep in mind that the tips provided by theinsidescoop apply only if the caller actually works for the creditor. Many times, these calls come from an overseas call center that have no connection with the original payday loan agency. These scammers should be ignored, although it is sometimes difficult to determine who the caller works for.
If in doubt, call the original creditor not the number left on your voicemail and ask how much you owe and if they have passed the account on to a debt collector. I received a phone call yesterday from a man claiming to be from a law office in Georgia. I was very taken back by this as I did not take out and loans I did apply when money was tough but never received any money or at that even completed an application. I called my bank to see if there were any transactions at the time of when he is claiming they gave me money and my bank confirmed what I already knew there were no transactions on that account for three months surrounding this supposed incident.
I called the man from the law office back and he is now changing his story saying that they probably put the money into a different account but used mine as collateral. I never had a different account and as well I never had a single payday loan.
He says that I will be brought up on criminal charges for this loan and that I should get a lawyer. Im worried about what to do to get this taken care of. I know im not guilty but he is claiming they have evidence and wont let me see the evidence or even tell me what the proof is.
What should i do? Please read the original blog post. These calls are typically made by scammers, hoping to shake some money out of you or your relatives. I took out a online payday loan and missed a payment well it bounced in the acct I only missed it by two days they called and gave me a case number and said I will be arrested by Monday can I be arrested the loan was only and I tried to pay the payment I missed they refused to accept it unless it was and I had to pay a additional next week they said it was theft?
Regardless of what the payday agent tells you, defaulting on a loan is not fraud without other facts to back up such a claim. If you are concerned, you should speak to a local bankruptcy attorney. In the meantime, you should stop taking payday loans, either online or in person. They are a sure way to get in over your head with debt.
Area code was from nc though. Said in we took a cash advance loan on line. She would not give us any information except she work for weistein atterney and was a mediator for fraud She would not give me her address. She would not give me atterneys name and how many atterneys worked there. We asked for a letter stating what is the debt and what is going on.
She said she can not give us any information. She new my husbands full SS number. When I asked for all this information she got mad and hung up. I repeatedly call her and no one would answer. A few hours late a man called from her number and said he had to inform of me he was pressing charges for me repeatedly calling a business. U said you are pressing charges on me for calling a voice mail that know one would answer. He said yes mam and hung up.
I reported to the FTC. They thought it was a scam. I agree with the FTC rep; this sounds like a classic scam. Generally, these people will move on to other targets if you simply ignore them. I received a call earlier from someone claiming to be a deputy calling me to turn myself in or call a officer in Texas.
He called from which I found weird. I also received a call from a law firm a few weeks ago stating I had a warrant over a payday loan that I know I never had. Without some indications of fraud, defaulting on a loan is not grounds for criminal charges or an arrest. They are scammers sitting in overseas call centers, hoping to scare you out of some money. I typically advise my clients to ignore these callers, but if you are concerned, you should speak to a local attorney.
I have a title loan that I recently defaulted on. Can I be arrested for a title loan default? Or are they treated add civil matters? However, the lender may have a valid lien on your vehicle and might have the right to repossess if the debt is not paid. My mom received a message today on her phone from a guy saying he is a parlegal for an attorney firm in Pontiac,MI working with one of the prosecuting attorneys out in Henderson, NV to handle a criminal investigation case involving me.
He says my name has been pulled up on two affidavits with pending allegations of one misdeamenor charge and one felony charge. He says its because the affidavits have had the statute of limitations expire on them. He is trying to get a hold of me because they have to transfer the dockets back to the prosecuting attorney who is handling the case. He asks that she contact him with a phone number where he can reach me or have me contact him and says she is not in trouble of any kind. He asks that I call by Monday at 5PM and leaves his phone number and a case number.
I am confused as what to do. I also just got my drivers license in a new state and nobody mentioned anything to me. Does this sound like a scam to your or is it legit? Thanks for your help! For advice specific to your individual situation, you need to speak with a local attorney. Generally, these calls threatening arrest are scams. Sometimes the caller will call a parent instead of the target, hoping that the parent will pay before talking with the target.
As long as you keep the basic point of the original post in mind, you should be fine: Hi my names brittany recently i filed for a online payday loan they said i was approved an all i had to do was send in for a security deposit so i did rhan a hr later they gave me a call saying it wasent approved an i would get my back well i just got a call stating That i didnt pay The cansleation fee an was being sued with a lawsuit so they said ro resolve it to send them an they resolve The case now they called again saying i need To pay anothed for the fees to resove the Case an if i Didnt in 2 hrs They Will have me Aressted is this true an what should i do?
I hope readers realize by reading these posts that everyone should stay away from online payday loans. I was told that I was going to jail for check fraud from 5 years ago from Advance America.
They are calling everyone now all my Friends and family and threatening me. I then looked them up and found this site so do I keep paying now that I have already paid? Can I stop paying then and be safe? I have no clue what to do now! My sister is calling her creditor and filling charges on them and I am scared to death that they are going to show up. My husband died and I have our daughter and I am all she has now I cant go to jail.
And they had us do some kinda Docusign thing? Is that a bad thing I had to sign one every time they set up a payment. They also said they were from a law firm called Coghens and Powers.
The threat of jail makes it sounds like a scam to me. For legal advice specific to your individual situation, you need to speak with a local attorney. Your attorney can tell you if this is a scam or a legit debt collector. If the caller can be located and is working within the U. He even went as far as to confirm the information to me. They were rude and eventually hung up.
I call back and pretended as if I wanted to resolve the issue after researching all of the above stories and confirming it was a scam. Eventually after playing the game with them I told them I had since realized they were fraudulant and hung up. Even though I felt better a little about pulling their cards I am still VERY afraid because they have my personal information, such as my social and birthdate.
They also claim to have my banking information. What should I do? Generally, I recommend against interacting with these people at all. If you feel at risk for identity theft, you should contact local law enforcement and your local Social Security office. However, if the callers really had your personal information, why would they bother calling you? If they had the info, most thieves would simply use it to steal the money as quietly as they could or apply for credit in your name.
She said you are trying to avoid these charges…. I am so confused and not sire what is going on really, is this a scam? But based on the facts as you have presented them, it has some of the indications of a scam threat of arrest, creditor not reporting to the Credit Reporting Agencies, etc. The only advice I can give is to contact your bankruptcy attorney.
BACK in i had move to texas i had bunch payday loans out and i file bankruputcy. I have twins boys i dont want want be stress bout things like that. I am actually with morgan drexon working on payment or settlement pay to get this loans paid off. I need to know what the right thing to do or am i doing right thing. When these people call leave case number or phone half time i cant get the information i am looking for or someone answer start yelling at who.
I change my number to get rid stupid people waste my time trying to solve problem but get the run around. You cannot be arrested for simply defaulting on a debt. I have a debt collector calling me saying that a check cashing place is wanting to file charges against me for check fraud. When I ask them for information, they give me a date, time and location of where this took place. They also say that they have video evidence about this.
I was not in the state that this took place, and when I ask to see this evidence they tell me that I have no right to see it, that it will come up in court. I find it hard to believe that if there is evidence against me that I am not allowed to see it.
Debt collectors and check-cashing places cannot file criminal charges. They can sue if you default on a debt, but only the D. Usually, the best way to get the calls to stop is to simply ignore them. If you are concerned, I recommend you contact your bankruptcy attorney. Each time they threaten to serve him with felony fraud charges if he does not pay that same day.
Do I have the right to ask to be removed from their list of contacts? In this case, it sounds to me like someone is hoping to scare some money out of you. It usually happens with parents. If the callers are really debt collectors, you should get as much info as you can and speak to a local attorney about possible FDCPA claims.
If the callers are trying to scam you, you can either ask local law enforcement to try and track them down or simply ignore the calls. Last week I received a call from someone American accent claiming to be an arbitrator for the PDL company and they were filing a civil lawsuit and criminal charges against me for Writing bad checks and defrauding a financial institution.
They had a lot of my information so I assumed they were legitimate. I had the money at the time was saving for a car and had the cash and gave them my debit card information and they said they would post-date the payment until the following day to give me time to get to the bank to deposit the cash.
They also claimed that I would receive documentation via email that would explain the repayment deal in detail and it would have my information regarding the loan on it. I did not receive a call back nor the agreement documentation until the following morning at 7am when they tried to run the card.
I did talk to the same guy I setup the payment with the day prior, that morning, and explained that I was not comfortable sending payment with something in writing. They said I would either need to pay on the phone or they would send a summons. I finally told them to send the summons so I could at least get legal documentation of the suit, and the guy hung up on me.
This morning around 8: I ignored it because i worked late last night and was sleeping in. Then I recieved a call from the same private number 3 more times all calls 3 mins apart and finally they left a message. It was definitely the same guy I originally talked to but he claims to be an investigator from the public service carriers union, and that they would be out to my house tomorrow with a Police Officer for their protection they claim with a summons, or I could call the arbitration office and pay the debt and they wont come out.
Does this sound legitimate in that they can file criminal charges against me over this loan? The lawsuit I can deal with if I get a summons I can call to make arrangements but these criminal charges scares me. Im in Arizona if this also helps. The threat of arrest makes it sound more like a scam. If you are still concerned, you should contact a local attorney. I had a similar call yesterday. Al lady by the name of Christie called me yesterday, she had a southern accent and claimed to be residing on the East side.
Funny thing is I was keeping in contact with the collection agency 2 weeks prior to her calling which she said was not supposed to be happening because they had forward my case to her. She then said that CMG had the right to file charges against me for fraud and that there was a pending warrant for my arrest.
I did not get to ask her if it was possible to issue a warrant for my arrest when I live in Hawaii and they are located on the mainland. I also found it odd that when I started to get all frustrated and began to cry she told me to not stress over it and that she is a single mother too and knows how hard it can be. Then I attempted to call her this morning my time which would make it 12 pm her time and I get a recording. I attempt to leave a message but the machine told me three times that it did not recognize a message and to leave one after the beep…This is very frustrating, I thought that it would only affect my credit score.
Extra stress about being arrested and a single mom, who will watch my baby? Why is it so hard for the ones that are actually struggling to be believed when they are saying how much of a hard time they are having. Hawaii is not a cheap place to live. Regardless of what these callers tell you, you cannot be arrested for simply defaulting on a loan. They prey on your fear and count on you being scared enough to just pay without questioning them. The directory at Nacba.
Just wanted to clarify that. That takes a great deal of stress off of me. I will do just that. Thank you for your prompt response. Have a great day. I got a call yesterday i n reference to a PDL that I took out but have not paid back. This original call came from a number that when I called it back I got a voicemail saying it was a company called Landmark.
The first message left on my phone came from a lady who stated that she was with my county I live in with a processing division. You will not be accepted for a payday loan if you do not have a regular and steady income, whether from being employed or from the state. You cannot apply for a payday loan if you are already paying off another one.
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He kept me informed on the status of my application and thoroughly explained and answered all my questions. I would highly recommend LoanMe to my friends and family. The application process was quick, especially at a time when it was most needed. Gave me a little breathing room and less worry. Thank you so much LoanMe. LoanMe offers unsecured installment loans to consumers and businesses. The company's primary focus is to provide personal or small business lending solutions.
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LoanMe automates the loan repayment process, withdrawing loan payments from the borrower's bank account based on an agreed-upon repayment schedule. Three ways to apply for a loan: Applicants can call the company toll-free to begin the loan application process with a live agent, complete the process online or use the company's website to request a callback from a live agent. LoanMe's services are best for anyone looking for an unsecured personal consumer loan, individual's ineligible for typical bank or credit union loans and those facing financial hardship.
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July 23, I had a great experience! July 21, Easy and fast to apply and they have an answer within minutes. July 21, I had a very pleasant experience with LoanMe in granting a loan to assist me on short notice.
July 19, I dealt with Mauricio and I have never had a loan go this smooth. July 19, The process was nearly immediate. July 14, Very honest and upfront customer service assistance. July 13, I just want to say that my agent Matthew was very helpful with the loan application process. LoanMe expert review by Barbara Friedberg LoanMe offers unsecured installment loans to consumers and businesses. What are the most common misconception consumers have about your industry?
LoanMe does its best to make the terms of the loan clear for customers before they decide to take a loan. What is the greatest obstacle LoanMe is currently trying to overcome? A number of sites online display primarily negative reviews on our products and service. This, however, does not reflect the voice of all our customers. A great majority of our customers are happy with our service and we would like to change the conversations online to show this. How has your industry changed in the last 5 to 10 years?
In the past several years, it has been getting more and more difficult for the public to qualify for personal loans through traditional banks and other lenders. LoanMe is trying to fill the gap by helping customers who cannot find help through such traditional mediums.
How has LoanMe grown or evolved?
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