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Sonic Cash Advance / Cash Advance I never took out.

1 TX, United States Review updated:
Contact information:
Phone: 281-063-0444

Some man called from Texas, ph. no# upabove and left a message that he's an attorney for Sonic Cash Advance and that I would be fined, and taken to court and arrested tomorrow morning at 11am. He said he's filed papers against me and that the sheriff in the town where I live would get them and then they would arrest me. I've never borrowed any money from Sonic Cash Advance. They've never sent any money to my bank account or to me at all. The man was really hard to understand. I called the number and I think he said he was attorney Mark Rich or something like that. He had me talk to another attorney and he said his name was James something. The man was really hard to understand. The attorneys sounded foreign. The men threatened me with taking me to court, and being arrested tomorrow morning. I thought the man said I downloaded something illegally. I was wondering if I should call the police or sheriff or something. It really scared me! I have not taken any payday loans out online at all. Thanks, Gail Stevenson from Mason City, Iowa.

Pi
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  • Pi
      1st of Jul, 2011
    0 Votes

    I had my phone number changed awhile back, and they haven't been calling me anymore. I am worried that they might find some other way to bother me with their threats. They really scared me when they said that I would be arrested and thrown in jail. I wish that they could be caught and brought to jusice, so that they can't do this to anyone anymore. The night before they told me the sheriff was coming to arrest me at 11am the next morning, I had to work and got off at noon. While I was at work I was worried that the sheriff was coming to arrest me. Those people were really rude!

  • Kn
      1st of Jul, 2011
    0 Votes

    I believe no matter which country/state you come from this is all still harrassment, all Police even debt collectors send out notices in advance dating which day they will be investigating. Im sure that without some of the communication proceedures not taken prior this can been seen as invasion of privacy and agressive harrasment.

  • Pi
      8th of Jul, 2011
    0 Votes

    I saw it as agressive harassment and an invasion of privacy, too.

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