Payday Loan and Collection Scams
As a leading financial services provider, ACE makes it easy to obtain cash when you need it most. Since 1968, ACE has focused on serving consumers seeking alternatives to traditional banking relationships. Scammers attempt to take advantage of consumers by offering fraudulent loans and acquiring personal information. Please be aware that scammers are not affiliated with ACE or any person acting on ACE’s behalf.
Identifying Fraudulent Loan Offers
Consumers may apply for a loan at certain ACE locations or by visiting ACE’s website.
Fraudulent loan offers may have the following characteristics:
Identifying Fraudulent Debt Collection Efforts
Scammers utilize threats and intimidation to obtain payment information from consumers. You may fall victim to a debt collection scam even if you have never applied for a payday loan. Beware of the following tactics used by scammers to obtain your financial information.
Reporting Fraudulent Activity
If you think a scammer is claiming to represent ACE, we recommend contacting the consumer protection division of your state’s Attorney General’s office or the Federal Trade Commission. You may also contact ACE at 866-ACE-CASH.
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