On Friday, July 24, 2015, an individual referring to himself as ‘Eric Foster’ called me on my cell phone and claimed to be with IC3.com, saying he was ‘affiliated with the FBI’ and stating that someone was coming to my home on Monday to arrest me if I did not resolve an outstanding debt. | I challenged him on several points. He named the creditor as United States Cash Credit Services, a company I have never done business with, and claimed that I owed this company $5,484.87. Mr. Foster also knew a great deal of my personal information, including my personal email address, Social Security Number, work address, etc. He claimed to have an affidavit which was yet to be filed in court (but somehow had a court filing number!) and that his client had sent me several e-mails but after no response had decided to go straight to criminal charges as well as suing me. | I informed him that in the state of California all legal service must be in person or by certified US postal mail, and that I could not legally be arrested for an outstanding debt. I also challenged him for more details about his client, the nature of the debt, etc. Mr. Foster became increasingly agitated and became very threatening. | I immediately filed reports with the FTC and the real IC3 (the ‘IC3.com‘ and not ‘IC3.gov‘ URL was a dead giveaway!) about this knucklehead, and contacted my own attorney as well. | As of Tuesday morning, July 28, 2015, no one has appeared at my door. I contacted Eric Foster regarding this oversight and he got very upset with me. ‘Go away! I am very busy!’ he said before hanging up on me.