International Litigators

An unknown number called and left a message saying a lawsuit and restraining order has been filed against me and in order to get this matter resolved, I need to call them back in the next 4 hours. They left a Washington D.C. number. I called back and a woman told me Chase Bank was filing a restraining order against me and wanted to know if I want to settle this outside of court or wait and go to court. I said what balance is this and when did this happen? She hung up on me. I called back and told her my name again, then she told me the last 4 digits of my social security and an address I lived at 9 years ago. I said I haven’t lived there in 8 or 9 years and she hung up the phone. I called again and asked the lady what was the name of the business where she was working. She told me “International Litigators”. Then I asked for the business license # and she hung up again. I called a couple more times and when I told her my name she hung up the phone.. I demand Close these people down, catch them before they actually take anybody’s money. Stay away

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