877-488-1792
Southern California
Southern California
2014-06-26 17:33:21
Unknown
No message left on my machine.
David K.
David K.
2014-06-21 12:29:13
Unknown
This entity calls my house everyday, sometimes twice a day (I owe no money and am not in collections, and I also have an excellent credit record), I pick up the phone, and the sound is as if I have called someone and waiting for them to pick up. They pick up, and it is an Indian woman (I am assuming by her accent), and she is very hard to understand. I ask why they are calling and who they are calling for. They are unclear, and I have told them to stop calling my home phone.
JC
JC
2014-06-18 00:05:18
Unknown
They called three times from this number today alone at 8:50 am, 3:56 pm & 7:40 pm.  They had been calling from 877-489-5688, but now they've added this number to the mix. They never leave a message.
Gina
Gina
2014-06-12 13:09:27
Debt Collector
Looking for a Cynthia who probably had my number in the past.  Told them it was a new number and that I didn't know said person.  They said they would take this number out of their database.  We'll see.
emanon
emanon
2014-05-21 23:18:32
Unknown
same as everybody else calls no messages just a pain in the @#$.
Shirley
Shirley
2014-05-21 19:11:13
Unknown
All bills are paid. Person never leaves a message.  Just calls all hours of day and night.
ANonieMouse
ANonieMouse
2014-05-04 22:44:29
Unknown
But I **DO** pay my bills:

http://the-gadgeteer.com/assets/duckbill-moneyclip-1.jpg
Tamianth
Tamianth
2014-05-04 22:21:22
Unknown
Worry about your own bills..
darkshado
darkshado
2014-05-04 22:19:07
Unknown
What bills?
DM1
DM1
2014-05-04 22:18:19
Unknown
Are you saying that we don't pay our bills?  Prove it!
Debt Collector
Debt Collector
2014-05-04 22:16:47
Unknown
Pay your bills!
Aimee
Aimee
2014-04-23 15:30:46
Unknown
Did this work out for you?
Resident47
Resident47
2014-04-21 13:34:58
Unknown
Whether you are called a debtor or some collector thinks you can flush one out, you have rights and options. Many are simple to exercise if you only learn how. You are entitled to proof of claim and fair treatment. If one or the other is not provided, the collection agency should *not* win your assets. You are granted control of how you are contacted, the right to dispute debt claims, and the means to sue violators at low cost. The FTC and the CFPB can start you on your homework. See also if your state laws grant additional or stronger rights.

official FTC guidance and staff opinions on the FDCPA, PDF copy of the Act
http://www.ftc.gov/os/statutes/fdcpajump.shtm

CFPB Q&A on debt collection practices
http://www.consumerfinance.gov/askcfpb/search ... debt-collection
Resident47
Resident47
2014-04-21 13:31:18
Unknown
I'm not sure you heard "insurance", but you're right about the peculiar shyness of that agent. He's supposed to give up a business name without a fight. Trying to deny a return number may be an effort to keep them controlling the message. It may also be a move to frustrate a person's right to deal with the collector on polite terms.
Resident47
Resident47
2014-04-21 13:25:01
Unknown
} based offshore, so the DNC list won't help.

No, the fact that these are not sales calls makes them exempt, not the location of a call center. They're not going bankrupt anytime soon, either. Debt buying is a brisk business in the New Depression.

When your rights are violated by these goons, you can't "just leave it". You gather your evidence and you sue for FDCPA, FCRA, and TCPA violations as appropriate. Our resistance may break their persistence.
Resident47
Resident47
2014-04-21 13:19:47
Unknown
... in a manner you cannot prove, no doubt. To halt the misfired skip trace calls, laying a paper trail is far more effective than verbal denials. My advice for "not me" cases is found here:
http://800notes.com/forum/ta-34af6a034ba34b6/unending-collection-calls
Resident47
Resident47
2014-04-21 13:17:51
Unknown
Sure, a "boondoggle" which has kept my phone 98% free of trashy sales calls for its entire ten year existence. Various federal laws are agnostic to the sources of illegal calls. But again, you must understand which laws cover what types of calls, and take action yourself if you want a quieter phone.
Resident47
Resident47
2014-04-21 13:13:46
Unknown
Once more for Chase ....
http://800notes.com/Phone.aspx/1-877-488-1792#p707017905401577737

"They will stop calling" if you *make them* stop yourself, a job for ink, paper, and Certified Mail.
Resident47
Resident47
2014-04-21 13:12:06
Unknown
I do use it, but unlike you I comprehend its scope. The federal Do-Not-Call registry exists to help enforce the Telemarketing Sales Rule. Please note the operative term ''marketing''. A debt collector is not a sales person and is therefore not covered. The few remaining state lists share this limitation. Here are the DNCR service terms you were supposed to review at registration time:

National Do Not Call Registry Q&A
http://www.consumer.ftc.gov/articles/0108-national-do-not-call-registry
Resident47
Resident47
2014-04-21 13:10:27
Unknown
It's "no use to report to Do Not Call" because debt collectors are exempt, a fact you were supposed to learn when you registered.

National Do Not Call Registry Q&A
http://www.consumer.ftc.gov/articles/0108-national-do-not-call-registry
Resident47
Resident47
2014-04-21 13:07:51
Unknown
Yeah .... "how these places work" is not how the FTC would like them to work. It's not my job as an alleged debtor to "keep sending proof to whomever owns the debt" every time some South Asian hit man on the phone wants my money. It remains the *agency's job* to seek proof I owe if requested timely. Otherwise, iQor / AI can piss up a rope and obey my no-contact orders.
Resident47
Resident47
2014-04-21 13:00:31
Unknown
}  I'm taking them at their word. .... instead of getting upset about the calls.

Well, yippee skippy for you and your "more reasonable than thou" posture. Allied Interstate is well known for melting down phone lines with incessant calls, often misdirected, and not taking verbal demands seriously. The rest of us have to get on a Certified Mail paper trail to halt the madness. Should they fail to obey written orders, I would let a summons and FDCPA complaint "finally nip things in the bud".
Resident47
Resident47
2014-04-21 12:56:01
Unknown
What is easy is not often correct. The federal Do-Not-Call registry exists to help enforce the Telemarketing Sales Rule. Please note the operative term ''marketing''. A debt collector is not a sales person and is therefore not covered. The few remaining state lists share this limitation. Here are the DNCR service terms you were supposed to review at registration time:

National Do Not Call Registry Q&A
http://www.consumer.ftc.gov/articles/0108-national-do-not-call-registry

Complaints invoking such lists against exempt callers are clogging up the Consumer Sentinel Network and slowing down the job of frustrating lawbreakers. File *proper* complaints with the CFPB, FTC, and attorneys general.
DCJS 11-5067 Richmond, VA.
DCJS 11-5067 Richmond, VA.
2014-04-21 12:51:18
Debt Collector
Allied Interstate LLC - In India

They seem to be pushing for information regarding your debts? so they can enter it into their foreign data base.

Charlu Kataria

The call comes through as "Toll Free Cable"
DCJS 11-5067 Richmond, VA.
DCJS 11-5067 Richmond, VA.
2014-04-21 12:45:13
Debt Collector
Allied Interstate LLC their call center is in INDIA.

Carlu Kataria is one of the debt collectors.
Lisa
Lisa
2014-04-04 22:24:01
Unknown
Most phones will let you block the number. my phone blocks up to 12 numbers.
that works better then the do not call.
B. Smith
B. Smith
2014-04-04 21:15:00
Unknown
Just received a robo call and reported it to the do not call list with my phone number also. Hopefully, this stops them from calling me. These companies should be put out of business - no one leaves any information so what's it all about? Do not call number is 888-382-1222. Report them, it's easy!
rob
rob
2014-04-04 15:07:45
Debt Collector
We have no debt. We had a loan 35 years ago that was paid off in full ahead of time. That's it. No credit card debt. No co-signs. Nothing. Yet this company persists on calling us day and night for years. They are a scam. We have formally complained against them to our state and to the fed. Nothing has been done. They should all be serving prison sentences! Do not pay them anything. Most of the so-called debts that they bring up are past the statue of limitations and have been written off the books of anyone owed. You have the right to receive your credit history from the three credit bureaus once a year. Go through the process and check them each year. Any debt you do owe will be listed there. Take care of it directly with who you owe. Do NOT pay this rip off company! We are cancelling our landline because of them (we never use it and none of our family or friends call us there..only our cells).
Angel2
Angel2
2014-03-27 19:11:21
Unknown
Interesting article, kinda tells you what they are like doesn't it?  That was in 2010....I got call this morning.  I don't owe anyone anything!  They're on call block!
Fredo
Fredo
2014-03-27 18:50:13
Unknown
I am on the registry. This number still called me. There are loopholes you know.
1-888-213-9688 1-212-660-5351 1-734-636-3525
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