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Fraud -- Scam -- Con-Artist
Posted by Mr. Deflippio on 12/12/2008
ORCHARD PARK, NEW YORK -- I got a call from a automated machine saying they need to speak to me in regards to a legal matter. This machine had been calling my job all week. So I called back and spoke to a woman by the name of Kim. She said she was the manager there. I asked her to please stop calling my job. She stated she would remove the number and she apologized about the inconvenience. The next day. I got another call from the automated machine at my job telling me to call 1-866-990-1860 in regards to a legal matter. I was furious. So Googled this info and there was nothing found on them. I looked everywhere and there is nothing found on them. So I called and asked for a letter and Kim told me they are a "paperless" co. and they don't send out letters. Now I'm under the impression that if you were a legit co. a collection agency even that you'd have to send me a Dunning notice at least.

This is a company that is totally a FRAUD. They call themselves "ALL PRO RECOVERY" but its a total scam. DO NOT PAY THEM. DO NOT GIVE THEM YOUR CHECKING INFO. CC INFO...DEBIT CARD INFO. BECAUSE THEY'LL PROCESS IT B4 THE DUE DATE. DO NOT SEND A MG TO THEM. IF THE CALL YOU ABOUT YOUR PAYDAY LOAN. DO NOT PAY THEM PAY THE PAY DAY PEOPLE.

If you get a call from them report them to the BBB, the ACA and the AG office in your area. They collect on Payday loans of all sorts and tell you you're gonna be sued when in fact they don't sue. They have no attorney. They have no jurisdiction. They are all con-artist-scammers.
     
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Posted by Anonymous on 2008-12-12:
So what you are trying not to say is that you defaulted on a payday loan. Not a good thing. They are relentless when trying to get their money.
If you want them to stop calling you at work, you need to send them a registered letter telling them such.
Posted by Starlord on 2008-12-12:
I spotted a post that accused Bank of America of legal loan-sharking. These Payday loan companies are the ones who are legal loan sharks. Just before we left Arizona, the Safeway shopping center in Coolidge had no less than four payday loan outfits in one plaza. I think that is a bit much. How they got the state to let them put a payday loan outfit on each corner is beyond me, but I understand the state is going to try to cut them back, due to predatory lending.
Posted by Anonymous on 2008-12-12:
If you overdraw by even a penny many banks will charge you upwards of $39 in OD fees even if the duration of the OD is just for a day. I don't know any payday loan places that charges that kind of interest. At least the payday loan places are covered by the Truth in Lending act whereas the banks managed to weasel their way out of that requirement. Say what you will but the bank OD fees are far more insidious than any usury charged by pay day loan operations or pawn shops. It's too bad more people don't see these OD fees for what they are... Extremely high interest short term loans.
Posted by Anonymous on 2008-12-12:
Thats it! I'm going to start keeping my money in a shoe box!
Posted by MRM on 2008-12-12:
You mean keep your money in a fireproof safe. You never know when disaster strikes. I have three fireproof safe: for my computer data backups, valuable items, and of course cash.
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