Victim Location 29936
Type of a scam Debt Collections
I want to resolve this case outside of court. Thank you for the consideration.
My email address is *** instead of *** Sent from my iPhone
On Jul 16, 2019, at 8:08 AM, Shemika Dooley
Account Status: WARRANT IS ACTIVE FOR SEARCH AND SEIZE (Violation of the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act and Defamation of Character)
After numerous attempts to reach you, we haven’t received any payment or any positive feedback from your side, as you are not paying your seriousness on this account which means that you are trying to run away from the situation and repeating the same activity which you did before with the loan company. We tried our best to help you on this matter but you are taking this matter lightly. Debtor (You) has been declared as a guilty by Authorized Law Enforcement Department, Seizure Warrant has been activated under 15 USC 1692g Sec. 809 (b) of the FDCPA ".
Accounts will be ‘terminated’ if a payment isn’t made. “We intend to file a lawsuit against you if no payment is made before charge-0ff”. Last chance for resolve this case outside of the courthouse; really seriously, no we are completely not joking department”.
Options are limited! Last chance! Email by tomorrow at 12 am, or we will force to pay charges.
At the same time, many borrowers ignore email – including court documents – and end up getting default judgments. Once a judgment is attained, the creditor can begin the process of trying to garnish wages or levy a bank account via judgment execution. This is the worst case outcome and you want to do everything you can to avoid it. Taking a proactive approach to settle or negotiating a payment plan on unpaid debts is the best way to prevent this from happening. Open all your mail regarding collection accounts, if you’re not communicating with debt collectors who are emailing.
If you’ve actually received a summons, you need to hire a reputable consumer defense attorney as soon as possible – there are no two ways about it. However, this is the last step of a lengthy collection process, and if you’re proactive; you or your professional negotiator can work out a settlement or payment plan long before this happens. Judgments can still be settled in some cases, but it’s usually better, in the long run, to settle accounts prior to a judgment being awarded to the creditor. Settling a judgment does not remove it from your credit report, but it will show that it has been paid. You will usually get a better settlement on a non-judgment account also.
At this point, you have made your intentions clear and have left us no choice but to protect our interest then this matter.
The above invoice for $750.00 has recently become overdue for payment. As such, we would appreciate you making this payment as soon as possible.
NOTE: IF YOU WANT TO RESOLVE THIS CASE OUTSIDE OF COURT THEN REPLY TO OUR RESTITUTION DEPARTMENT: mailto:[email protected]
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