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Affidavit Processing Company (APS) / PayDay Loan Scam

1 United States Review updated:
Contact information:
Phone: 347 416 5126

They are now calling me claiming to be from Affidavit Processing Company (APS) - which by the way, is not even a correct acronym. Further proof that these guys are scammers from a foreign country.

I finally answered the phone today after months of letting their calls go to voicemail. I spoke with one person, whose name I'm not even sure of because his accent was so thick (but i believe he claimed his name was Adam Sweet or Street). He started giving me his usual speech about 3 cases being filed against me. He then started giving me names of my supposed "parents" (one name was not the name of my mother, but of one of my best friends, though he got my dad's name correct and has been calling him as well) and stating that they would be called too if necessary to settle the matter. I didn't confirm any of the information but I asked him what it was about and he told me to hold while he got his supervisor. The "supervisor" had a much clearer accent and told me his name was James Carter, gave me some random employee number (1182) and repeated the company name APS. I asked again what it was about and he started rambling about information he had on me and then asked me to verify the last 4 digits of my social security number, which I declined to do. I cut him off and asked him again what this was about. He claimed that I owed money on a payday loan and that he was calling me to collect the debt. I told him that I didn't owe any money because I never took out any payday loan. He then got defensive and started telling me that legal action would be taken against me if I didn't pay and then began using the information he had about my "parents" to apparently try to scare me into giving up information. I informed him that I didn't know these people, which seemed to anger him further. He then stated that if I didn't cooperate, I would be arrested. He further claimed that someone would be at my address to arrest me tomorrow, that I would be spending Christmas in jail, and that he could not help me. Then he hung up.

I have already filed a police report about these calls with the local and state police and have registered a complaint with the FTC, as well as filed a fraud alert with all 3 credit bureaus.

I suggest that anyone else who receives these calls do the same. Also, hopefully if you tell them that you have their information and have reported them to the FBI and Homeland Security, they will stop calling.

I also suggest that, if they have correct names and numbers of relatives/friends, you call them and let them know about the scam and tell them not to call them back or if they answer the phone to not verify any information. Tell them to let these people know they have been reported to the FBI and Homeland Security and then hang up.

What boggles my mind is that there have apparently been numerous complaints filed all over the US and yet this is still occurring. Why hasn't the government been able to do anything about this blatant harassment? I would hate for anyone to fall victim to these criminals, especially around the holidays.

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  • Dl
      15th of Sep, 2009
    0 Votes
    Affidavit Processing - MONEY Threats
    Affidavit Processing
    United States

    I recieved a call from a women stating she was with Affidavit Processing and I was being charged through the county that I live in with 3 charges. She told me she represents Allied cash a payday loan company. This loan was back in July 2008 and she stated that she has had the representative from the county office on the other line. She also stated that I needed to pay over $2000.00 within two hours or I would be served a nd go to jail. This did work me up I can't say it didn't! I then called back to an 888 number and I was transferred to a man. This man said his name was Mr. Marshall, and asked what I had to give then so they could hold the account there. I said I don't have that kind of money. He suggested I call an attorney. This man even called my work and identified himself as "detective" Marshall and that I had a "case" number with the county!!! I can't believe these people.I am calling an attorney alright! These people are terrible and it goes against the fair credit act!

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