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Published: 21 January 2019

Posted by: Anonymously

I received a call from someone on my husband’s cell phone saying they need my address for the claim. I said what are you talking about and they transferred me to someone else. Someone named Jay Williams gets on the phone and says he’s collecting for Fox Enterprises for an online payday loan I supposedly took out in 2012 and he asked did I intend to fraud the company. He accused me of fraud multiple times on the phone call. He said that my bank account was closed or had insufficient funds. I had not had an account with that particular bank in a year prior to 2012, nor did the bank have any record that I received these supposed funds ever. They had my maiden name which was not my name in 2012, and an address I had not lived at in years in 2012. And they called my husband’s cell, not mine. They had the last 4 of my social as well. They demanded that I give them debit card, credit card, or pre-paid card information. I told them I need something in writing, that I never heard of this company and never took out a payday loan from them. He said they don’t do anything in writing due to time sensitivity. He told me to go the website and enter my information. I did not enter my info into the website. .

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