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national affidavit services / Scam

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I Received A Call From National Affidavit Services Claiming I Had Commited Fraud, They Said I Had Taken Out A Loan In January And Was Running From The Company I Received The Loan From. They Also Told Me I Had 4 Charges Pending Against Me, I Had Explained To Them That I Never Received A Loan From Anyone In The Past Year. They Told Me That I Needed To Pay Them $750.65 To Avoid Being Taken To Court? Then When I Explained To Them I wasn't Going To Give Them Anything, He Said The Cops Would Arrest Me On Monday? After The Call I Researched Them And Founf They Were A Scam...Watch Out!!

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  • An
      20th of Nov, 2009
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    My ex mother in-law received a phone call from National Affidavit Services saying that I am trying to commit fraud and that a warrant will taken out on me.. She informed them she didn't know where I lived. She gave me the phone number and I called them. They said I had taken a payday loan out over the internet, in the amount of 900.00. We I tried to explain to them that I did not take a loan out, he got mad and abusive with me, said that I will be getting arrested in a hour if I don't pay up now... I did a little of investigation on the internet and found out they are a scam and there is a lot of complaints about them... BEWARE !!! DO NOT LET THEM BULLY YOU!!!

  • Al
      24th of Sep, 2010
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    I have gotten a call from this "company" as well. They called themselves "Central Affidavit Services, " (never heard of such a thing, an affidavit service) but from what I gathered in researching this, they call themselves by different names. Not sure if you had the same ordeal, but this person called himself John Levitz, but clearly this is not his name since he has a heavily Indian accent. Also, in my case, a good friend of mine placed me down as a reference to a loan, and essentially this guy was trying to get his information from me, with nearly similar threats to me and my friend (they called my friend as well). I had gotten calls periodically from them over the past few weeks - once last month, then after a few weeks, got a call earlier in the week, then two calls back to back on the same day. The first time he called, he didn't answer when i picked up the call, but found a voicemail on my phone. I tried calling back but the call did not connect. I want them to call back again so I can tell them off, but half the time I am not near my phone to answer when they call and I refuse to call them myself. I know the best way to deal with this is by threatening to get a lawyer/contact authorities or what have you, but are there other ways to stop the problem if they do keep calling, even after telling them this? Thanks.

  • Jc
      16th of Feb, 2011
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    After repeated calls, finally answered the call and the "Alex" changed his name and information immediately, when told that the FBI has been contacted about the harassment. "Alex" told me that he welcomed the FBI to come down to see him and provided an address of either 626 Sprewe Street, Fort Worth, Texas 75196 with a phone of 832-519-8180, when searching for this address, none came up. The language barrier is awful, with his heavy Indian accent. I asked him to spell the street and that is what he gave "Sprewe". I rain the number through Google and discovered through other victims that the address given to the was 66 Commerce Street, Suite 44, in Fort Worth, Texas..this returns to a transportation center. On the previous calls, "Alex" said his last name was Green, now it is "Eaker". In the background one can hear a lot of static and possible other callers in the room. The connection is very bad. He stuttered when questioned and provide no information. In the past has threaten to send "investigators" to my home and work. If he does they will be arrested for trespassing. Many victims believe that they are affiliates of Midland lenders and United Cash Loans, who have lured victims into accepting loans and even after many repayments they still go after the victim. Once I was told that these are illegal companies operating, I stopped business with them and changed my accounts numbers. I attempted to consolidate via a consolidation company but they refused and have written many letters to various attorney general offices who have concluded that they have no licensing of these companies.

  • Da
      5th of Apr, 2011
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    I have received many calls in the last few weeks by this company calling themselves central affidavit services, the guy I spoke with called himself Brian Smith, but with the heavy Indian accent he has I really doubt his last name is smith. Just today he called my work and spoke with a co-worker because I am off today and told my co-worker that I had a lawsuit against my social security number, this ofcourse concerned my co-worker so she called me right away. I tried calling the company but I can't understand anything they are saying and they refuse to put me through to an american that I can understand. I then decided to look them up online and found this page. I am glad that I found this, ofcourse I would have never sent them any money because I have no outstanding debts for a loan. Everyone be careful there are so many scams out there it is just crazy. What happened to working for a living and earning your own money!?

  • Im
      7th of Apr, 2011
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    I am sooo sick of these people calling my work! They have threatened me, called me names, and keep calling me back even after I tell them to STOP CALLING ME. This latest conversation, she wanted to speak to my manager, then when I said no, she threatened saying that I was gonna lose my job! What is wrong with these people? Is there any way I can get rid of them?

  • Gi
      13th of May, 2011
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    I agree. A guy by the name of Alex called asking my boss for my personal information. When she said she couldnt give it out he said how else can I get her personal information? I referred them to breaking the law and will be reported to the FTC right away. They are a scam.

  • Qu
      1st of Jun, 2011
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    I totally agree. A guy by the name officer mark henry has been calling and threaten regarding a payday loan that i have never had demanding $450. the funny part is who speaks in an Indian accent with that name when i ask to speak with an supervisor or someone over him he just went on and on not trying to hear nothing i have to say. he was telling me i can go to jail for fraud and that i had 3 allegations against me, but i have no debts and have never had a loan.these people are crazy think they are going to get my money a straight scam so be careful cause they are too desperate for money. GET A REAL JOB!!!

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