They keep calling and threating me at work to serve me with who knows what and it is not me they are looking for especially Adam Cruz
I got a call from them. It was legitimate for FedEx. We have a FedEx account but our info was wrong on an invoice so it wasn't applied to our actual account. It was just in limbo. This happens every three months or so. I wish they would but together that our company and the account on file were the same thing before sending it to collections. Maybe call first?
Someone is using my name for illegal debt collections. I had my identity stolen about 2 months ago. This is not me!!!!!!!
"This is an attempt to collect a debt".
I got this message several times now on my work line, and don't get these calls anywhere else.
Ya I got a message from a Lou Wallace. Called back and spoke with a ken didiasi and he told me that they were calling for a fedex bill. I thought that it was for me personally but come to find out they were trying to get in contact with my company's accounts payable department. I guess he had said that they handle Fedex billing and that they outsource their receivables to them. They don't even credit report or even report any information to credit bureaus so sounded legit to me i guess...
Have gotten multiple calls from this number with a recording stating to return the call to Lou Wallace to pay a debt. I have no debt - don't even have a credit card. Just got the phone last month - started getting the calls the next day. How do I ge them to stop. When I call back- i sit on hold for 20+ minutes.
Got a call from this number and recoded it was from Fedex.
left a message to call a person named Lou Wallace, saying is an important call I need to return because they are trying to collect a debt. Never mentioned my name, I tried calling back but after being on hold for 5 minutes I decided to hang up. I blocked the number and reported it as SPAM.
Hello, I gave them a call, they said they collect for FedEx, I gave them my number and they asked me if I'm with a law firm, they also asked me if the address they have is mine, and I said that they have the wrong number; hope this stop the voice messages I've been receiving the last two months.
I call BS. I have no debts in collection so there is no reason I should be getting calls. I bet it's an ID theft trying to get you to call back, then when you do ask for your ssn and identifying information.
I got this recorded message from them and just called back. Spoke with a guy named Cecil who said Wallace was their supervisor. He asked for the number the message was left at and I gave him my telephone number. He asked me if I had stayed at some hotel suite and I told him I never even heard of it. He appologized saying that they probably had mixed up some numbers when calling me and would take my number off of his list!!! This makes no sense.
This is a comment to "Mr. Obvious Guy". If LSI did report something to the credit bureau, and you really didn't owe the money, I would think that LSI (and possibly FedEx) would be liable for civil damages. Assuming they didn't have very good proof you owed the money, and assuming they damaged your credit, it's probably safe to assume they have done the same to others. Have you ever thought about a class action lawsuit? I'm not suggesting you file a class action suit
for money; only do it on general principle. You probably wouldn't collect much money if you win but it should help others. The pendulum has swung too far toward large companies, killing the consumer and the little companies. There is an article on page 1 of today's Wall Street Journal (June 29, 2011). Bank of America might pay a record $8.5 billion to investors in mortgage securities. That exceeds the total profit BOA (the largest US bank) made since the financial crisis started a few years ago. I didn't do any research on LSI, but most of these collection companies have a book value near zero. Who knows, a judgment of 50 cents might push LSI into bankruptcy. But hopefully it gives LSI, FedEx and other companies something to think about. There are people on this planet that will challenge you.
They keep calling me on my cell phone. Leaving messages to call them. I don't think so... They will not ID who they are, I think this is harassment.
Well i received a call from this number just about a minute ago adn did not answer as i only answer #'s i know. the funny thing is that when you look this number up you get this:
Chef Wen Chinese Restaurant
342 B Johnny Mercer Dr
Savannah, GA 31410
now i have family that lives in atlanta but that is strange......... anyone else seen this?
It's a collection service.
just got a call from this number, don't know who it is, won't identify themselves...
this is harrashment...
Its a collection agency, but phone kept cutting in & out, bad service, hmmmm
I did catch ext.663
mrs. wallace from MCL financial systems corp. debt collections
Make sure you keep on top of them to report to FEDEX for payment that it is acknowledge with the credit bureaus
businesses use collections agency because they do not have a call center to make collection calls, the company you owe will generally never call you however they will send you a notice to the addy you gave them notifying you of the past due and then you should also get a notice from the collection agency making you aware your in collections
My daughter received calls from this number on her cell phone. She is a student and has no debts, but they left messages stating that they are collecting a debt and they needed to be called back immediately to obtain information. It does not sound legitimate to me.
I got a call about a FedEx bill today. She was going to fax something over in about 15 minutes. 3 hours later, nothing. I tried returning the call. The person did not answer the extension. I called FedEx, thay said the we didn't owe anything. I call again to NCO and hit "O". They took my number off their list after we had some discussion. I think that they were just trying for any one in my state with the same name as me by seaching the internet telephone listings.
I got the call today, again. About every 6 months or so. I did call back last time, and I did talk to someone. They claimed I had a bad check to settle. Not true. Never do that. What they did not know was I was standing in my bank when I called. we ran the "bad Check", it not been presented, and had replaced. It did not get where it should have gone. These guys had found it somewhere, I bet, lost in the mail. They wanted my social number, home mailing address, date of birth. I told them to mail me an official notice. They said they could, but would need my mailing address. I told them if they hed my check, they had my address. I gave them no info, never saw anything from them, put my account at the bank on alert. No check has ever surfaced. SCAM. Do not play with them. I have had to collect bad debts, it involves registered mail and judgements.
I got this phone just now, and then called the FedEx,they said I don't have any outstanding fee that needs to pay, interesting....
Mr. Obvious Guy
I think "Emily" is a fake poster. I think her post is a plant from an LSI employee. "Phew! Glad I called them and paid the bill!!! Yipee!" Puh-leease...
LSI, or LiquiDebt Systems Inc., is a last resort collection company that specializes in junk debts that have minimal chances of being successfully collected on through litigation. One of LSI's areas of specialization is sending what are known "dunning letters" on to debtors. They are written on very official looking letterhead stationary and are phrased to sound really scary, but essentially translate to "We really, really, really want you to pay, even though we know have almost no chance of of that happening." You can be sure that that if you get a letter from them, you can ignore it unless it appears on your credit report. If it does appear on your credit report, negotiate a settlement to pay for less than the original amount, and insist that they delete the trade line from your credit report. Get this agreement in writing before you submit payment. Have them fax, mail, or email the settlement agreement you you before you pay. Do not take "No." for an answer. Do not take their word for it. Get it in writing that they will settle the account for the agreed amount, that there will be a zero balance, and that they will delete any adverse trade lines from your credit file with all of the 3 major credit reporting bureaus.
If you go to LSI's website [ http://www.liquidebt.com/services.html ], they discuss their philosophy. They have some pdf's for their potential clients to peruse that state that creditors that sue are likely to throw good money at bad money because of court costs and lawyer fees, and they still might not collect the debt even after prevailing in court.
If you get a letter from LSI, you can pretty well rest assured you won't be getting sued. You might, however, get a very fancy, hand signed-letter declaring that they will "place you on double secret probation". You don't want to ignore that!!!
Fedex??? The shipping company? Do you mean American Express? hmmmmm...
I also got a message, and it is legitimate. It took a little while to get through, but it was FedEx printing job from a year ago that the associate mis-keyed the account number, and so it never got billed to the proper account.
The robo-call and inability to get through to a person can make it seem like a scam, though.
If they want to get a hold of you they will contact you on your house phone, not on your cell phones.
People swap out their cell phone numbers too often to make it worth while to track people down that way.
The only reason they are using cell phone numbers is because they can get whole lists of them to to punch into their computers that are doing the calling. If they can get 1 stupid person to call back out of a 1million then they are doing good. that is why it's called Phishing. a few nibble and a few bite.. but the smart ones walk away. if they have your number they should have your name. they never once ask for anyone by name. If someone here says they have they are lying and they work for the scam operators and are just trying to get you to bite. Don't be stupid. walk away.
This person keeps calling me daily. Funny thing is, it's a google Voice number there calling and I have no idea how they got it