I received a message from a woman, MADISON TAYLOR, saying she was going to “visit my home tomorrow between 3-5 for me to sign the paperwork. Please call this number to reschedule if need be.” I called the number and a man, ERIC GILL, answered. He said he had my case: #717783. I did not give him any information. None. He however knew my social security, an old address, my husband’s cell phone, … it was creepy and seemed real because of the social security number knowledge. He asked if I had had a bank account with 5/3rd in 2009 and started asking a lot of questions. Then he accused me of defrauding them. He said I owed them $1696.95 but they wrote it off and his client hired him to come to a resolution about the debt. He implied his client was 5/3 bank, they were suing me, but I told him I used to work for them and I knew what their protocol was for situations like these. They would’ve charged off any debt. This was 11 years ago. I refused to admit any wrong doing. I told him I would contact my attorney and he needed to make sure NO ONE came to my house or I would call the police. He also said: “you have 2 choices. You can either pay the $1696.95 or you could go to court and fight it but if you lose you’d owe us over $5,600 due to interest, lawyers fees, service fees, court costs, etc. So which would you like to choose today?” I politely replied “I have zero paperwork on something YOU claim I owe is over 11 years old and I’m supposed to take your word for it and you threaten to take more money from me? I’ll be calling my attorney.” The scammer threatened me. They said they were coming to my house. They said I was being sued.