I supposedly have a warrant for a payday loan I never took out. I received an email at my office from someone who says she works for the US govt. The lady could barely speak in English so it was not comprehensible on my end what she was trying to convey actually just apart from the payday loan and warrant things!

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This was undoubtedly a very cheap try to scam you out but apparently you were smart enough as you didn’t fall for it. There is nobody to help you with this; you need to help yourself! Don’t give out any financial or personal information to them; rather report these activities. Primarily, reach out to your local law enforcement agencies. Next, contact your banks and credit card companies and request them not to give out any information to any entity on your behalf.
 
Similarly, you can also contact the major credit bureaus and request them to put an alert on your file.
 
Finally, file a complaint at www.IC3.gov. The IC3 is a partnership between theFederal Bureau of Investigation and the National White Collar Crime Center to receive Internet-related criminal complaints.

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