Ignore them. Real process servers do not tell you in advance that they are coming to serve you. Block the calls. If there is a valid debt then they must send you a letter specifying the debt and it must be sent by US mail. E. Mail no good. These are essentially debt scammers. They are trying to scare you.
They are trying to scare you. If you have not received service of process in hand, they cannot proceed against you. These people do not specificy what court. That's because there is no court and no court date. They are trying to scare you.
If there is a valid debt than they must send you a letter specifying the debt and they must send it US mail. E-mail no good.
These people are attempting to scam you.
i rec'd a call from this company saying that they going to file suite aganist me and they will come to my job to serve me paper ...they are calling my job. i'm so scared of calls like that. what am i suppoe to do..the company is WFG person name i s Jeffery..714-798-5098..when i tried to call back get a recording..how can i stop them or report the company..
tHIS PERSON IS CALLING SOME OF MY FAMILY MEMBERS TELLING THEM THAT WE HAVE TO APPEAR IN COURT AND DONT WANT HIM TO MISS THE COURT DATE,BUT WE HAVE NEVER RECIEVED ANYTHIG IN THE MAIL. tHEY NEED TO STOP CALLING FAMILY MEMBERS AND SEND SOMETHING IN THE MAIL.
tHEY ARE CALLING FROM # 714-798-9089 AND 714-798-5089 .iF WE NEED TO APPERAR IN COURT THEY NEED TO SEND IT THUR THE MAIL.
Dear Mr. Joe Diapola.....
You have a woman posing as an atty calling to tell me that I will be served by your company today for a debt. She resides in California, I am out of country. She gave me three different names of the corp. that is 'suing' me....I told her each time I had never had an account....why would I be being served? She said, "....if you paid your bills you would be sued!.."
I told her not to call me again....she hung up on me. I phone her back....she said ..."I will not talk with you".....and hung up.
I called a third time and she said..."I will give you 30 secs..." I told her to mail me the details of the "debt"...and confirmation thereof.....she hung up on me.
Funny thing: I am in the legal profession....the 'real' legal profession...and I know the different debt collection laws of the states....I intend on forwarding the transcription of the conversation to each of the States' Attornies' General.
You should really ck into these people that are bouncing your name around in such an unscruplous manner....possibly breaking the laws of many states. (that advise is free...you can thank me later)
Joe Di Paola
Ladies & Gentleman:
World Financial Group is a wonderful place to work. Please fill out an application!!
ignore her. she is full of crap. look up what she can do legally. she cannot do any of what she says. if the IRS can't do it, she can't either,
I got the call today. Threat of serving papers and taking me to court. Said would settle for 667.00 if I paid over the phone right now. My question was if you have my address and are about to serve me then why havent I received any letter requesting payment. He dodged the question by saying he doesnt work in the mailing dept (hahaha). Anyway I said, "see ya in court" and hung up. This was an account opened by my wife about 7 yrs ago, in college. She had around 200.00 in overdrafts. I paid them off 6 yrs ago. THESE PEOPLE SUCK!
Wow go to school get a real job with the right education you could do so much better than scraping the gum off of somebody shoe and call yourself a debt collector and yes you made the comment you're not all idiots you definitely are all idiots you lie and cheat to intimidate people that by definition make you all idiot's you can't be truthful and try to do your job you have to lie and cheat that makes you worse than somebody that Had the debt to begin with they either got hurt and we're not able to pay the bill lost their job not able to pay the bill something like that you're just an idiot for even thinking the worst about somebody to begin with the phrase shame on you comes to mind
Worry about your own rulebreaking. You WFG shills have been outed and busted repeatedly in this thread.
Last October in a related thread you also tried the same crap to confuse people about their phone recording rights.
Just so we can stop reloading the same argument every few months, linked below is a journalist guide to the issues of phone recording consent and a breakdown of everyone's options per state. In over three-quarters of the States, your protest goes limp.
Obviously, audible evidence of your use of the telephone as a weapon is the last thing you want people to have. How I lie awake nights dreaming that witless thugs like you would call my house and treat me like garbage while putting on a false drama about my supposed debt problems! I could not haul you and your cut-rate lawyer into a court hearing fast enough so that we and the judge and invited journalists can all watch and hear my clean time-coded recordings of your ridiculous extortionist threats, made quietly and legally in my single party consent state.
If I instead lived in an all-party state, I would long ago have maneuvered you away from an expectation of privacy and also prepared exquisitely detailed transcripts of all our lovely conversations. I might also mention the August 2010 appeals court decision holding that a secret recording does not violate the Wiretap Act when made with no malicious intent.
While you're whining to the bench about how you think I've denied your precious right to hide your sins, I'll be granted a judgment for your far worse trampling of my FDCPA rights to proof of claim and fair treatment. Give me a jingle sometime so I can make you clowns subsidize my rent and groceries for the rest of the year.
Telling somebody to call you is rather suspicious. I only hope LovingSister stays clear of your advice.
This shill probably won't be back to see this answer, however, the poster said she had proof that the debt the scammers were calling about had been PAID OFF! Then again, when have shills been known for having good reading comprehension!
The state if NY is a one party state and are not required to advise anyone that their call is being recorded.
Most folks can't afford hospital care, which they didn't willingly "buy."
WTF is "OPPENINF"?
Oh, blow it out you?re a**;
We will record them, and do anything we want with the illegal calls, including posting them all over the internet. Play back on them- whatever Non-RL, SIT, DTMF, soundboard, wav file, cid burst, insult we want. We will record their voice, and cid algorithms. Any of them reading this- doesn?t like it? Bring it on. We the Consumer cant wait to see all about you, in front of a Judge.
Bar number please! LS already has an attorney and I am sure s/he has advised LS about these recordings and their admissibility. Why would she need to take clearly incorrect advice from some shill dispensing legal advice?
But hey, maybe you can interject some doubt into consumers reading this thread so they can be further intimidated by this outfit?
Please do File reports with the FBI, your state attorney general and Department Of Justice,CFB,FTC & FCC..
http://800notes.com/arts/Jb8EW-eDhQA/harassin ... ou-need-to-know
See Residents post here also:
Templates of Letters:
December 07, 2010 FBI National Press Office
? filed under: Press Release
The Internet Crime Complaint Center has received many complaints from victims of payday loan telephone collection scams. Callers claim the victim is delinquent in a payday loan and must repay the loan to avoid legal consequences. The callers purport to be representatives of the FBI, Federal Legislative Department, various law firms, or other legitimate-sounding agencies. They claim to be collecting debts for companies such as United Cash Advance, U.S. Cash Advance, U.S. Cash Net, and other Internet check-cashing services.
According to complaints received from the public, the callers have accurate data about victims, including Social Security numbers, dates of birth, addresses, employer information, bank account numbers, and the names and telephone numbers of relatives and friends. How the fraudsters obtained the personal information varies, but in some cases victims have reported they completed online applications for other loans or credit cards before the calls started.
The fraudsters relentlessly call the victim?s home, cell phone, and place of employment. They refuse to provide any details about the alleged payday loans and become abusive when questioned. The callers have threatened victims with legal actions, arrests, and, in some cases, physical violence if they do not pay. In many cases, the callers harass victims? relatives, friends, and employers.
ROFLMAO! That a lot of hooey on your part also! Not all states require it, each state is different. In mine, I don't have to say anything, I can record it because the law say's I can! I do not have to tell you anything.
State recording phone:
I owe this payday loan company Moneymart from a debt from years ago, I get calls from them 10 to 15 times a day from multiple area codes I have already told them I am not paying I did the loan over and over again borrow 255.00 pay 300.00 back and re borrow over and over 45.00 they made off of me every 2 weeks and now they think im gonna pay them they call all the time what shall I do
It is the LAW!
If you record anyone, anyone at all you must advise that person you are recording that they are being recorded. They must also give you permission to record them. Note: if you are leaving messages on a Voice Mail or Answering machine you are now giving permission to whomever you are calling to record you. Recordings are not admissible in any court without permission or a warrant of the conversation through the courts.
I was contacted by a lady asking me if I would be home between 3 and 3:30 pm today it was already 4 pm but I didnt realize it at time. She informed me I was going to be served papers. She couldnt tell me anything else but gave me a number to call for details.
I called and was told I was being sued for a debt on a credit cars from 2005. I was so upset that I was doubting myself. Them she even went as fars as to act as if one of the Lawyers was calling her. When I contacted the credit card company they informed me I had paid off my card and closed that account I was in good standing. And told me that WFG was a scam.
When I called the lady back at WFG and told her that the credit card company said they were a scam she shot back so if I goo
e you and it says your a scam should she believe it? LOL
I was contacted by someone frome this "company" saying I owed 1598.00 on some account I never even opened. It is a scam
You think these people suck? They say the same thing about you.
Got a call from this number, claiming to be the process server planning on serving me on behalf of CHASE regarding money due for an account. When I asked for more info they gave me the following number and that's who I spoke with. They told me to contact Chase or Collectors since I swore I paid it off, and it wasn't until I spoke to chase that I was told we don't have an open account, it's been bought that I realized I was being scammed by a collector. Called back and found out that yes, they were collectors and trying to get money from me. Don't fall for this trick. WFG
Debt Collector is just a shill/troll.. Ignore the shills/troll! :)
To Debt Collector:
And where would scum bag debt collectors be if everyone DID pay their bills? I will pay the person or company I owe money to unless they get snotty... bad idea. If you make me mad, you definitely won't see a penny of the money. But I will not pay a penny to some scum bag who goes around buying debt cents on the dollar and using harrassing phone calls and information obtained by hackers (like Target's the other day?) to locate people's addresses and phone numbers because that debt has been sold and resold the information on the original debt is not reliable - namely contact information. but here's the interesting thing. I always thought hackers were in Poland or somewhere overseas, foreigners and they wanted your identity to run up debt on a credit card or something ... not to just sell and resell information about people. Hmmm. So, if you knowingly receive stolen property that's illegal. How about if you buy information obtained by hackers, even if it came from a private investigator you hired and they got it from an on-line information subscription? What's that? Is that illegal?
God, we love it when you illiterate SHILLS show up! You do our jobs for us! You post...case closed! You prove yourselves to be frauds within two sentences....or less!
Skeff Ett Liv!
THIS COMPANY IS LEGIT THEY HELPED MY CREDIT SCORE SO JUST PAY YOUR DEBTS OR STOP OPPENINF ACTS