Im trying to think. I think it was 3-5 years ago. I honestly cant remember the year I opened it up. it was from US Bank.
This was from when my account when negative. When I had social security they messed up with depositing my payments with my pending drafts and my account went overdrawn. Its not a collecting agency. This guy wouldn't reveal who he is from but he said I had to call a certain number to get more info on a case number. Yet nothing shows up on CCAP. I think this may be a fraudulent situation.
I have one more thing to add. When I got called before, the guy told me to call this number. I called this number (didn't give to much info for security resons) and talked to a guy about 10 minutes. He couldn't give me a court date or court case number. We got cut off. I tried to call back and then all of a sudden I get a "this number is XXXXX" that brought up red flags. Nothing is showing up on CCAP under my old name or my current legal name. If I indeed had a court date, wouldn't it show? I am thinking to myself if this is indeed a bank they could find out and know my current legal name. This sounds even more like a scam huh? What scared me is they know the last 4 of my social but they didn't say my whole social. I think the information you provided in your last post is interesting and I will keep that in mind. But could you please answer this question? You have been very helpful so far.
Thanks so much for your information. You confirmed what I wanted to know. You have been so helpful, thank you!
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