My wife took out a loan with Cash Yes two years ago in TN for $750. I found out and paid them off withing 30 days and then on advice of my financial institution changed my account number so they wouldn’t have it. Now I live in Georgia. My mother got a call saying there was a court summons for my wife and they wanted to know how to contact her. I contacted them and they gave me a case number which was bogus. It was actually their account number plus the last 4 digits of mu wife’s ss . They said she committed bank fraud by changing the account number so they could not debit it and now she owed $1200 and change. They implied that the complaintant was my bank but when pressed they admitted it was Cash Yes. Initially they said she had a summons, then they said she would be arrested which implied a warrant had been issued for her. None of which was true. I mentioned that she did not work and in fact had declared bankruptcy a year ago which would absolve her of repayment of the debt. They informed me that the backruptcy had no bearing, that she was a criminal and they would garnish my pay with my employer. Well by then I realized this was a total bs. I asked when and where they were coming and they gave me my old address. I told them to go for it that we looked forward to seeing them. These guys are predatory lenders. They are not licensed to loan money in the State of TN or anywhere in the US that I can tell. I saw where the State of Washington has declared that any debt owed them there is invalid and uncollectible. Do NOT let these guys harrass or intimidate you. They are thieves and liars.
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