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National Affadavit Processing Services / Scam

1 1316 S 5TH STSebastian, FL, United States Review updated:
Contact information:
Phone: 1-772-228-4008

My sister-in-law received a call stating that she had co-signed for a loan. And that I had not paid the loan. They said they were going to take us to court. I called the company twice. Once I spoke to a 'Supervisor' John Anderson and the second time I talked to Matthew Parsons-the person that called my sister-in-law and left a message on my phone. I was told that the company I supposedly borrowed the money from was Cashco. (I called Cashco and was told that they could say nothing verbally. They would send an email. I have not received anything yet). I called my bank (in case I had a lapse in memory or a second identity) but I had not received $300 in May of 2008 from Cashco or from anywhere else. When speaking with John, I told him not to call Pam or myself again. I told both John and Matthew I would see them in court. Also, John cursed me before hanging up the phone. I have also called the Court system in the county Sebastian, Fla is in. They have no record of the company or of any lawsuit. I am very upset. If you have any ideas of what else I can do, please let me know.

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  • An
      10th of Jun, 2009
    0 Votes

    Go to and file an online report- just got done filing mine. See below for my story

    This is a scam! I have now received 2 phone calls from these scam artists. The first one was to my cell phone about 3 weeks ago, and this morning had a voicemail on my work extension from them as well! The guy can barely speak english, threatening a lawsuit due to 2 unpaid payday loans that I never took out. The 1st call he said he was with Texas Joint Financial and the 2nd call he said he was with National Affadavit Processing center. This morning I called them back and told them I know it is a scam and that it is being reported to the FBI and he started yelling back " No, YOU A SCAM!" lol!! Like he was 2 yrs old. I then told them to learn some english and hung up. I have since reported this to the FBI and suggest you do the same. They seem to be getting desperate- changing their call back numbers and supposed company names.

  • Ch
      22nd of Jun, 2009
    0 Votes

    i was wondering if they were a scam. they keep calling and saying that they were gonna file criminal charges and stuff on my mom and said she took out a loan last june. when i looked at her bank account and credit reports. nothing. no were getting these threats of legal action which i dont believe. then he orders me like a drill seargent to give me my moms info. i think im gonna file a fbi report so we can get these guys off our backs.

  • Th
      1st of Jul, 2009
    0 Votes

    lol You guys should do what I did, when they started calling I started calling them back on their personal numbers they leave trying to order pizza's, or telling them im a male giraffe and I would like to order their magazine subscriptions its hilarious, they just get really quiet and then they hang up, NOW they wont call at all but I cant help but keep calling them thinking of new fun ways to screw with them. Best one Ive done so far is as for "John Smith" and they put me on hold for 2 seconds and a guy with a HUGE indian accent gets on the the phone and says "This is John smith how may I help you?" lol so then I said in my most funniest fake voice ever "Yes this is G Dubya, I hear you boys wanna sue me!" They immediatley hung up and now when I call they just hang up on me :( Oh well on to better things! hahahah

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