United Cash Loans ~ USFastCash ~AmeriLoan

United Cash Loans ~ USFastCash ~AmeriLoan

scamFRAUDalert see it necessary to issue this ALERT because the general public continue to be contacted by representative of United Cash Loan regarding debt collection.

3531 P St NW
Miami, OK 74354-1904
http://www.unitedcashloans.com

Better Business Bureau – BBB

  • 259 complaints filed against business
  • Failure to respond to 56 complaints filed against business.
  • 82 complaints filed against business that were not resolved.
  • Government action(s) against business.
  • Business has failed to resolve underlying cause(s) of a pattern of complaints.
  • One serious complaint filed against business.
  • BBB does not have sufficient information to determine size of business. BBB evaluation of business is based on rating formula’s smallest size classification.
  • BBB does not have sufficient information to determine how long this business has been operating.
  • BBB does not have sufficient background information on this business.
259 complaints closed with BBB in last 3 years | 96 closed in last 12 months
Complaint Type Total Closed Complaints
Advertising / Sales Issues 9
Billing / Collection Issues 203
Problems with Product / Service 47
Delivery Issues 0
Guarantee / Warranty Issues 0
Total Closed Complaints 259

FTC sues online payday loan company

The TV ads were enticing and convincing: With just a few clicks online, a $1,500 payday loan could be yours.

Short on cash during the Christmas holidays, Sacramentan Inez Hackett logged on and got an immediate loan, deposited straight into her bank account.

She also got months of withdrawals she never authorized. By the time Hackett complained last year, more than $800 in payments had been siphoned out of her bank account. The amount of her initial loan: $250.

Like Hackett, thousands of consumers nationwide are believed to have been fleeced by an organized group of payday loan websites, which in numerous cases tripled loan payments by fraudulently taking withdrawals from customers’ bank accounts, according to federal investigators.

This week, the Federal Trade Commissionfiled suit against the parent company, AMG Services Inc., which ran about 15 payday loan websites, with names such as OneClickCash.com, 500FastCash.com and UnitedCashLoans.com.

  1. Ameriloan
  2. UnitedCashLoans
  3. USFastCash
  4. Miami Nation Enterprises
  5. AMG Capital Management, LLC
  6. Level 5 Motorsports, LLC
  7. Leadflash Consulting, LLC
  8. Partner Weekly, LLC
  9. Black Creek Capital Corporation
  10. Broadmoor Capital Partners, LLC
  11. The Muir Law Firm, LLC
  12. Scott A. Tucker
  13. Blaine A. Tucker
  14. Timothy J. Muir
  15. Don E. Brady
  16. Robert D. Campbell
  17. Troy L. Little Axe, Defendants
  18. Park 269, LLC
  19. Kim C. Tucker, Relief
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3 replies

  1. Federal Trade Commission v. AMG Services, Inc.; Red Cedar Services, Inc., also doing business as 500FastCash; SFS, Inc., also doing business as
    OneClickCash;
    Tribal Financial Services, also doing business as
    Ameriloan,
    UnitedCashLoans,
    USFastCash, and
    Miami Nation Enterprises;
    AMG Capital Management, LLC;
    Level 5 Motorsports, LLC;
    Leadflash Consulting, LLC;
    Partner Weekly, LLC;
    Black Creek Capital Corporation;
    Broadmoor Capital Partners, LLC;
    The Muir Law Firm, LLC;
    Scott A. Tucker;
    Blaine A. Tucker;
    Timothy J. Muir;
    Don E. Brady;
    Robert D. Campbell
    Troy L. Little Axe, Defendants,
    Park 269, LLC; and
    Kim C. Tucker, Relief

    Defendants.
    (United States District Court for the District of Nevada)

    Case No. 2:12-cv-00536
    FTC File No. 112 3024
    April 2, 2012

    Complaint for Injunction and Other Equitable Relief
    Plaintiff’s Memorandum of Points and Authorities in Support of Motion for Preliminary Injunction and Other Equitable Relief
    News Release

  2. Extortion Scam Related to Delinquent Payday Loans

    Washington, D.C. December 07, 2010
    • FBI National Press Office (202) 324-3691

    The Internet Crime Complaint Center has received many complaints from victims of payday loan telephone collection scams. Callers claim the victim is delinquent in a payday loan and must repay the loan to avoid legal consequences. The callers purport to be representatives of the FBI, Federal Legislative Department, various law firms, or other legitimate-sounding agencies. They claim to be collecting debts for companies such as United Cash Advance, U.S. Cash Advance, U.S. Cash Net, and other Internet check-cashing services.

    According to complaints received from the public, the callers have accurate data about victims, including Social Security numbers, dates of birth, addresses, employer information, bank account numbers, and the names and telephone numbers of relatives and friends. How the fraudsters obtained the personal information varies, but in some cases victims have reported they completed online applications for other loans or credit cards before the calls started.

    The fraudsters relentlessly call the victim’s home, cell phone, and place of employment. They refuse to provide any details about the alleged payday loans and become abusive when questioned. The callers have threatened victims with legal actions, arrests, and, in some cases, physical violence if they do not pay. In many cases, the callers harass victims’ relatives, friends, and employers.

    Some fraudsters have instructed victims to fax a statement agreeing to pay a certain amount, on a specific date, via a pre-paid Visa card. The statement further declares the victim will never dispute the debt.

    If you receive these calls, do not follow the caller’s instructions. Rather, you should:

    • Notify your banking institutions.
    • Contact the three major credit bureaus and request an alert be put on your file.
    • Contact your local law enforcement agencies if you feel you are in immediate danger.
    • File a complaint at http://www.IC3.gov.

    Tips to avoid becoming a victim of this scam:

    • Never give your Social Security number—or personal information of any kind—over the telephone or online unless you initiate the contact.
    • Be suspicious of any e-mail with urgent requests for personal financial information. The e-mail may include upsetting or exciting but false statements to get you to react immediately.
    • Avoid filling out forms in e-mail messages that request personal information.
    • Ensure that your browser is up-to-date and security patches have been applied.
    • Check your bank, credit, and debit card statements regularly to make sure that there are no unauthorized transactions. If anything looks suspicious, contact your bank and all card issuers.
    • When you contact companies, use numbers provided on the back of cards or statements

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