Recovery Attorney General Scam

They sent me emails saying that I owed a debt and threatening me with a warrant outstanding for my arrest. I have been dealing with another business with regards to cash advance that I am working with them to resolve. They were using multiple names naming the ScamPulse.com, the FTC, Attorney General, and other state agencies to seem legitimate. They asked me to purchase a vanilla pre-paid debit card for $50 and to takes of pictures of the front and back and sent the pictures back to them, with the billing information, the CVV and 16 digit number for the card.

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