786-360-7049
FL, US
Concerned person
Concerned person
2013-02-07 21:29:21
Unknown
Do you know what this is concerning?  Its getting ridiculous that they are calling my Grandparents.
Concerned person
Concerned person
2013-02-07 21:20:56
Unknown
This is ridiculous.  This Allen Roberts called my Grandma and Grandfathers house and said I was involved in fraud.  Quite scary and complete bs!!!!
Bill
Bill
2013-01-31 19:02:29
Unknown
Alan Roberts did the same, he said I owed a bill. Would not give me any other information.
Donna
Donna
2013-01-31 14:07:52
Debt Collector
This number called my dads house looking for me and was threating me on bank fraud this is bull and i really dont appericate something really needs to be done with these people his name was Alan Roberts and he says he was an attorney.
anonymous
anonymous
2012-12-28 19:28:37
Unknown
The FDCPA http://www.ftc.gov/bcp/edu/pubs/consumer/credit/cre27.pdf treats the INITIAL CONTACT between collector and debtor (first call, first letter, first whatever) as a special event. Legit collectors per section 809 of the FDCPA *must* tell you at initial contact, or send you paperwork within 5 days of initial contact, the following:
1. $amount of debt,
2. name of the current creditor (which may differ from the original creditor who might have sold your debt),
3. a statement that that debt will be assumed to be valid unless you dispute in writing within 30 days,
4. a statement that that if you do dispute in writing within 30 days, the collector must mail you written verification of the debt,
5. a statement that if you ask the collector in writing within 30 days, the collector must send you the name and address of the original creditor if it's different from the current creditor.
If you don't get the 5 disclosures, orally or in writing (you do not have to ask for them, the FDCPA requires collectors to provide them), treat the collector like you would any SCAMMER.
Note that 3,4,5 must be done *IN WRITING* so you will need to ask an address from your collector. If s/he refuses to give you one for any reason, treat the collector like a SCAMMER.
The collector can threaten court action at initial contact but the FDCPA requires that the collector actually take you to court if the collector threatens it. Threatening court and not going through with it (coercion) is illegal.
If they say the FDCPA does not apply to them because they own your debt, the debt-owner exemption only applies to the original owner. A 3rd party who buys the debt for the purpose of collecting debt is treated as a debt collector and not an owner and must obey the FDCPA as explained in this FTC Staff Opinion letter here http://www.ftc.gov/os/statutes/fdcpa/letters/arbuckle.htm
You can tape phone calls per your state law described here http://www.fairdebtforconsumers.com/Recording-Laws-Summaries.html
You can tape, then sue collectors (google "fdcpa attorney") for violations described in sections 805, 806, and 807, per section 813 of the FDCPA.
Has the statute of limitations for your state http://www.fair-debt-collection.com/SOL-by-State.html expired on your debt? If expired, don't pay.
Collectors generally have to be licensed by your state to practise (collect debt) in your state and you can find out by calling your state Attorney Generals Office. Ask if a license is required and does this collector have one. If not licensed, don't pay and file a complaint with your state AG.
Read useful debt-collection FAQs from the FTC here http://www.ftc.gov/bcp/edu/pubs/consumer/credit/cre18.shtm
The debt collection process explained in plain English http://www.consumeraffairs.com/debt/fdcpa.html
Be aware that scammers are using bought/hacked/phished loan application data to extort payments for fictitious debts from victims and victims' families and friends.
The FBI warns about payday loan extortion scams here http://www.fbi.gov/news/pressrel/press-releases/paydayloanscam_120710
The FBI warns again http://www.fbi.gov/news/pressrel/press-releas ... nt-payday-loans
The BBB has issued several alerts on this scam, just google "bbb.org alert phony debt collector"
Report to the Internet Crime Complaint Center http://www.ic3.gov/complaint/default.aspx , the Federal Communications Commission http://esupport.fcc.gov/complaints.htm , the Federal Trade Commission https://www.ftccomplaintassistant.gov/ and your state AG http://www.naag.org/current-attorneys-general.php as appropriate.
Amy Cooper
Amy Cooper
2012-12-28 15:44:24
Unknown
Pay your bills Danielle or just wait on the information to come to you by way of supbeona
d
d
2012-12-27 03:45:40
Unknown
Getting threatening calls from her about a Levy, having my uncle look into it he's a private investigator
I don't appreciate being threatened
I don't appreciate being threatened
2012-10-30 19:32:11
Debt Collector
I received a call from that number.  A woman named Amy Cooper called me.  She claimed I owe money to a loan company.  She was very rude and she was making threats.
jk
jk
2012-10-25 19:08:30
Unknown
If someone's going to arrest you, they don't call ahead to warn you.
Mark
Mark
2012-10-25 19:06:11
Unknown
I would definately call back if I were you.  I received a msg on my voice mail.  I did not call back and the very next day I warrant was out for my arrest on an outstanding check in my county.
Shari McKoy
Shari McKoy
2012-08-15 14:09:27
Unknown
I received a call from an Amy Cooper who asked for me, then asked me to connect her to my Human Resources Department to reverify my employment.  When I asked her what company she was with and the nature of her call, she rudely hung up.  The only thing that I get when I return the call is just a voice mail message that says "Amy Cooper".  This person should not be calling me.
Miss V
Miss V
2012-05-27 00:54:13
Unknown
Have rec'd way to many calls from this #.  My caller ID is full.  PLEASE STOP CALLING ME!!!
1-310-734-0372 1-905-413-8632 1-406-980-2030
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