712-941-3523
IA, US
Chet
Chet
2011-06-06 20:55:09
Unknown
The caller ID showed this number and the acronym "AACC."  Who/what is it?
Judy Pearson
Judy Pearson
2011-06-06 20:55:09
Unknown
I repeatedly get calls from this number, caller ID says AACC.  When I answered the other day, I said "Hello" several times and a man finally asked for Joseph.  I had him repeat who he wanted and I more clearly heard him say "Joseph."  When I asked who was calling, he hesitantly said a name. I get tired of people calling, not replying when you answer, and not identifying who they are.
kwhite
kwhite
2011-06-06 20:55:09
Unknown
the person calls and asks for an unrecognizable name, obviously not mine and requests that i call back. this call has been occurring at least 3 -4 times a week for the past 2 months.
FedUP
FedUP
2011-06-06 20:55:09
Unknown
Asset Acceptance is a leading purchaser and collector of charged-off consumer debt.

Since 1962, we have provided credit originators such as credit card issuers, consumer finance companies, retail merchants, utilities and others an efficient alternative in recovering defaulted consumer debt.

Asset Acceptance is listed on the NASDAQ stock exchange under the symbol AACC.

Contact:


For General inquiries, account questions, comments and customer service issues, e-mail customerservice@assetacceptance.com or call (800) 545-9931 and ask to speak with an account representative who will be happy to assist you.

Corporate Headquarters:
Asset Acceptance Capital Corp.
P.O. Box 2036
Warren, MI 48090-2036

Customer Service
(800) 545-9931

Corporate Phone:
(800) 505-5166

Investor Relations:
(800) 505-5166, option 5

Public Relations:
(616) 233-0500
Lambert, Edwards and Associates, Inc.
ErnieJ
ErnieJ
2011-06-06 20:55:09
Unknown
This number calls several times a week.  At one point, it got so annoying, I answered and told them the person they were looking for was not at this address - they still call and have called for months.  When I do not answer, they leave a long-winded message on my recorder - very, very annoying.  In their message, they identify themselves as some sort of debt collector asking for someone who does not reside at this number.  They also call from a 712-941-3521 number.
Rob
Rob
2009-07-20 21:55:30
Unknown
LISTEN UP PEOPLE, here's a solution that helps out little. It won't guarantee stopping telemarketers from calling altogether (because it varies and depends on your location) but it does help in stopping a number of calls such as the ones from Alliance Asset. Well, for me it did. I haven't heard from them and many others for quit a while now, although I still get call from several others but it is not as frequent as daily calls throughout the day. Now maybe it's several times a week (1 or 2 call a days). To all those who are frustrated and had enough of the daily bombardment of endless non-stop calls, here's what you do.

Go to this website and register. It's only 3 easy step.

https://www.donotcall.gov/

WHAT YOU SHOULD KNOW ABOUT
THE NATIONAL DO NOT CALL REGISTRY

The National Do Not Call Registry gives you a choice about whether to receive telemarketing calls at home. Most telemarketers should not call your number once it has been on the registry for 31 days. If they do, you can file a complaint at this Website. You can register your home or mobile phone for free.

Like I said some of the frequents callers (for me) have stopped but I still get calls. So what I'm doing is I'm generating a call list & log of the telemarketers that are still calling and in due time will file a complaint on this website hoping maybe I'll eliminate all the calls to my home. This may seem extreme but I'm fed up with being harassed with these senseless calls.

Give it a try, it won't hurt. Maybe it will get rid of the call for some of you altogether.

Peace!
Alfalfa
Alfalfa
2009-07-10 14:02:24
Unknown
Under the TCPA, a consumer has a right to file a lawsuit and recover $500 for each call that violates the TCPA. The TCPA can also be used in conjunction with the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act in some situations.  

Generally, the TCPA does not apply to debt collectors making collection calls to debtors. However, if you are subjected to calls from a debt collector and you are not the debtor, you may file a lawsuit against the debt collector under the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA) and the TCPA.

This right was recently recognized by Judge Legrome D. Davis in a case called Watson v. NCO Group, Inc.  NCO Group is a debt collector that uses automated prerecorded collection calls.  In this case, Mr. Watson alleged he was getting hundreds of calls from NCO Group after he got a new phone number. Mr. Watson claimed he owed no debt to NCO Group, Inc.  Mr. Watson filed suit under both the FDCPA and TCPA.

David Israel, defense lawyer for NCO, argued that the TCPA should not apply to debt collectors.  Judge Davis rejected the argument made by David Israel. The judge ruled that Mr. Watson had a right to sue NCO Group Inc under the TCPA for $500 for each call.  Judge Davis wrote;

[The] Court is convinced that a non-debtor's rights are in fact violated when he is subjected to repeated annoying and abusive debt collection calls that he remains powerless to stop.

Judge Davis' ruling was based upon his interpretation that collection calls to non-debtors violate the privacy rights provided by the TCPA.  

So what can you do if you receive "wrong number" calls from debt collectors?

1. Sign up for the Do-Not-Call registry.

2. Save the calls captured by your voice mail or answering machine.

3. Contact a consumer lawyer.

It is not unlikely that you may receive calls from debt collectors even when you are not a debtor.  More and more frequently, debt collectors are using automated dialer and recorded message players (ADRMPs).  The increased use of ADRMPs means that folks who get a new phone number, formerly  held by a person with debts, may be subjected to hundreds of automated collection calls. For more information on this emerging collection practice, check out Jessica M. Gulash's Note "The Use of Auto-Dialers and Pre-Recorded Messages by Debt Collectors" in the Journal of Technology Law & Policy.

Even if you are a debtor, you may be able to sue a debt collector under the FDCPA for using an ADRMP. As detailed by Ms. Gulash, many courts are recognizing that use of ADRMPs can violate the FDCPA.

http://consumerlawyer.typepad.com/blog/2008/02/the-do-not-call.html
Sandy
Sandy
2009-07-10 13:59:13
Debt Collector
These people have been calling my house number for 2 1/2 yrs looking for Gary Morris.  I built a brand new house and advised them Gary Morris is not at this number.  The individual that called this morning asking for Gary Morris had the nerve to get rude to me when I advised he wasn't at this number. Approx 1 yr ago I told them I had a copy of the FCC tlelmarketing law that shows in black and white the fines for repeat calling - I guess the only thing I can do is get my lawyer after them - not sure how much good that will do though.
KID
KID
2009-07-02 18:53:36
Unknown
They have been calling me for a couple of weeks withthat stupid recording looking for someone i don't even know!
Jerry Blue
Jerry Blue
2009-06-23 19:37:11
Debt Collector
I'd bet this is Asset Acceptence Credit Corporation (AACC), a debt collction company. I've had a dozen or so calls asking for someone with the same name as mine except for the middle initial. All are recorded calls saying that by listening to them, I'm acknowledging I'm the person they are looking for. How would they know -- my answering machine has answerd a number of these calls, so I guess it acknowledged it was that person.

I don't undrstand why the law allows these companies to be such pests. They are just calling everyone in the phone book with a name similar to the one they are trying to find. And thy are allowd to call as often as they wish. If our State/Federal Representatives won't change the law, perhaps we should change our Rpresentatives.
Caller ID: AACC
Caller: Likely Asset Acceptence Credit Corp.
Caller Type: Collection Agency
Graph
Graph
2009-05-13 16:45:44
Unknown
ASk me call, I do not know who it is.
HorribleCreditDude
HorribleCreditDude
2009-05-13 02:08:52
Unknown
I think you mean 'WOULDN'T" give any details
Elroy
Elroy
2009-05-12 21:25:59
Unknown
it is A***ole acceptance corp.  they call with the machine and when you (or your answering machine) answers, then someone else will call later in person.   Trying to collect a debt that is 9 years old and not valid.  scum
TB
TB
2009-05-12 16:10:30
Unknown
This is Asset Acceptance Corporation Calling to collect a debt.
jpier
jpier
2009-05-12 15:15:19
Unknown
i agree...looking for ex-roomie with tons of debt
Jim
Jim
2009-05-08 13:21:32
Unknown
I believe they are a collection agency. The buy old debt for pennies on the dollar and then try to pester you to death to get money that you may or may not be legally required to pay.
E Russo
E Russo
2009-05-06 18:49:32
Unknown
This company calls daily why? I don't know as they never leave a message to call them back. I don't like it as it makes me feel like them may just be calling to see if any one is home.
Tom
Tom
2009-05-06 17:49:28
Debt Collector
I'd bet this is Asset Acceptence Credit Corporation (AACC), a debt collction company. I've had a dozen or so calls asking for someone with the same name as mine except for the middle initial. All are recorded calls saying that by listening to them, I'm acknowledging I'm the person they are looking for. How would they know -- my answering machine has answerd a number of these calls, so I guess it acknowledged it was that person.

I don't undrstand why the law allows these companies to be such pests. They are just calling everyone in the phone book with a name similar to the one they are trying to find. And thy are allowd to call as often as they wish. If our State/Federal Representatives won't change the law, perhaps we should change our Rpresentatives.
spree
spree
2009-05-06 15:22:10
Unknown
i dont know why they are calling me, and its annoying!
george
george
2009-04-29 14:50:03
Unknown
Same here, I really hate the fact that the message says, that by continuing listening to the message you acknowledge that wherever person lives there
Nick
Nick
2009-04-28 23:53:09
Unknown
Same here. Annoying!
Sutuhaddong
Sutuhaddong
2009-04-28 23:50:36
Telemarketer
advertising
Dooley
Dooley
2009-04-27 02:03:28
Unknown
Wanted to speak to my son. Would give any details or leave a message. Strange.
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