PN Financial & Associates / Final Notice of Judgement/Scam?
I just received a letter in the mail with at docket number and my full social security number printed on the letter. It said it was a final notice of judgement. I called and spoke to someone and couldnt hear them cause my little girl was being loud and my cell was breaking up. I hung up and immediately received a call back and it was PN Financial & Associates. The same guy introduced himself and told me how rude I was. I told him that I had no means of getting him the money and he asked about my taxes and said that if I dont pay they will garnish my wages and my employer could let me go. I told him that I have a baby on the way, a four year old, and a wife who just started work. He told me that I should then really want to put this behind me then and get this taken care of so that my family doesnt hurt from me not paying my debt. I told him that if I had the money I obviously would pay and called to see what I could do. He said I could pay the amount in full by the end of the month or see you in court. He said that if I hung up he can proceed as me calling recognized receipt of the letter. He also said he could get in my bank account and take my money but they have refrained from doing that until speaking with me. I am scared and just want to do the right thing. I looked up the company and see the negative things being said. I live in Ohio and the letter says they are based in Skokie, IL. I dont feel comfortable with letters being sent with my full social on them. Anyone could intercept my mail and steal my identity from this letter. It has my name address social and even my old credit card number all printed out in bold. Please advise. Also the attorney on the letter is Robert S. Weinberg, PC Attorney at Law. Is this a real attorney. I cannot find him on the internet. What should I do?