My Wife recieved a call from Recover Services and they proceded to tell her that she had an outstanding debt with quick cash. She had paid the loan off in 20011. They stated that a process server was on the way to the house the next day to serve her with papers and that if the papers were served that it was going to court and not gonna have another chance to settle out of court. reassured her that she would lose and that she would pay alot more by going to court. so she bit on there hook. They offered us a one time pay off fee of 350 dollars which we could not pay so they told her that she could do a 4 payment method of 250 dollars a month. 1000 dollars over a 300 dollar loan that she could not prove she paid cause she threw out the recipts awhile back. she paid them 250 dollars and they had her esign a document and receipt in which they misspelled quick cash. didnt catch that until recently. now they wont return calls or give a reciept for the second payment that was made. they took information from a card that is reloadable so it will be discarded. we lost 500 dollars over this scam till i researched the numbers. the ladies name was Amanda Oliver. the company isnt anywhere on the better business buearu website so i got took for a fool. the numbers arnt in the yellowpages or even registered on peoplefinder.com. watch these people there snakes. there good at what they do and very convincing.
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