Economic/Financial Crimes Division

Claims to be a mediation firm for a Turtle Creek Assets, who bought the debt from Aaron’s. Stated they wanted to resolve the dispute to bring both parties to a resolution and, if no agreement made, a criminal complaint will be filed with the State Attorney’s Office on a felony charge. They had my name, the last four of my social, and the original credit case number. When I asked for the company’s EIN they refused it. When I asked for the agreement amount that was to be paid (30% lower) to be put in writing they refused, but asked for my email address and they would send information by email only – stating they could not wait the 7-10 days to be mailed and the 5 days for my response. When I asked for a mailing address to send a check, they stated they only wanted a money order or cashier check. When I asked for their management, they put me on a brief 1 minute hold and stated they contacted their Review Board who wishes to no longer offer the lower agreement amount and that I will be arrested in 2 days by the Local Police Department on behalf of the State Attorney’s office and the amount will be tripled. When I told them that I would not do anything unless I get it in writing, they stated to get myself a good attorney and they hung up on me.

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