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Cash Netscam, fraud!!!

Well they tried to tell me that we never repaid a loan.But here is the thing we NEVER recieved any money! I kept trying to tell the lady that.She called from [protected] and the lady said her name was Lisa Wright and gave me this Fax number: [protected] and said to fax a letter with full name, social security number, then one reason why we didn't repay them, and sign it and at the bottom rewrite the social security number! They kept calling and then they finally stopped after a couple tries.Then they called the next day.Saying the same stuff over and over.Then finally I decided to do some research and found so many complaints about this.I was relieved because they said that my husband was going to be arrested.Then I finally said: "Look I know this is a scam" and proceeded to hang up.Finally I guess they understood and stop callling.


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    NOMORESCAMS!!!! Jan 14, 2011

    Ok so I just got a similar phone call only HER name was Jessica Smith and transfered me to a guy (with deep Indian accent) who asked me if I was S... S... and I said yes. And then he asked me (this is what scares me) if I was S... S... with the last four digits of social security number 1234 only he actually had the last four digits of my social!!! First how did he get that information? And second if he has the last four digits does he have the first five? And he stated he was a officer in a law office who was representing CASHNET. And I asked him where the money was deposited? He proceeded to tell me it was deposited in a Wachovia acct and he gave me a acct number. Well I never took a payday loan nor have I ever had a bank acct. with Wachovia. But I still decided to investigate in the case of identity theft. So I called Wachovia which is now Wells Fargo here in Arizona, where I am and they checked and put my mind at ease a little. So they told me not to worry cause they have no record of any acct. now or ever being opened in their bank!!! Whew I was worried someone stole my identity. But then I thought maybe someone took out a Payday loan under my name. So I then call CASHNET. And they was very nice and polite. I was worried cause the man I spoke with when I asked him for contact info for CASHNET he told me they not want to talk to me and they would not!! But when I informed them what had happened they told me they would help me any way they could. (In regards to finding out if a payday loan was taken out in my name) After a short conversation and a bit of info from me he tells me no payday loan in my name or with my social security number has ever been taken out with their company!!! Whewwwwww!!! Thank heavens I not a victim of identity theft. Not yet cause there is still the issue as to the man who called (Who ever he is) has the last four digits of my social security number. That is something I never use online so the question is WHERE and HOW did this man get that info and does he have my entire social security number????? The phone number that this man gave me as a return call number is [protected]. When I called this number back I told them that I needed to know where the money was deposited cause Wachovia has no record of me having a acct. And guess what he hung up and when I called back HMMMM it says that noone available to take my call and the message box is full. GO FIGURE!!! What people will do to scam the hard working man or in my case woman!!!

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