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972-819-9744
6, Mar. 2019

Consumer states that she is receiving unwanted robocalls from College Advisors.

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19, Dec. 2018

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Quana
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972-819-9753
19, Dec. 2018

He texted me stating that I was approved for a loan through Ace Cash Express . After I verified that it was a scam I called the number back to see what kind of information he wanted . It was weird and awkward so ended up getting frustrated with me, yelled that my application was being denied then hung up . I texted him and told him that I knew he was a scammer and he responded by calling me a bitch . So yeah it’s a scam don’t fall for the bs .

Gail
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972-819-2093
21, Aug. 2018

I'm stunned with the kind of telephone calls I'm getting from #. I've only had this number for about five days. A dude named Pat must have owned the telephone number before me.

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972-819-9747
20, Mar. 2018

Asked them to stop calling, but they continue to call.

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972-819-0500
5, Oct. 2015

computer error scam call

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972-819-0269
20, Feb. 2015

Please prosecute this group of felons.

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972-819-9756
30, Sep. 2013

Received a call from Jessica Blackman. She stated that she was a mediator and that her client, 1st Federal National Bank, was going to press felony charges against me for a payday loan from a company that I have never heard of. When I pushed her for more information she stated that the loan company was Cash Net. Again, a company that I have never heard of before. I asked her for information to be sent to me she stated that once I made a payment, I would get an email. No payment, no email. Beware of Jessica Blackman and Cash Net.

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972-819-9240
11, Apr. 2012

Calls and claims to be with the "DEA". He claims to have gotten your number because you mightt have done something illegal. "Might" have. This is a bottom feeding scammer who can't even speak english. For a laugh, ask him to repeat himself over and over. He starts sounding just like the lowlife criminal that he is.