CARROLLTON, TEXAS -- If you are reading this, you are likely a victim of Credit Management's inaccurate, sloppy, and unprofessional conduct. I will file complaints -- against Credit Management -- with the following organizations (government and private): Texas State Attorney General, Federal Trade Commission, Better Business Bureau of Dallas, Texas Division of Banking.
If you have been wronged by Credit Management, I urge you to do the same. Only as a whole, can we put this illicit operation out of business! Simply run an Internet search to read about others who have been a victim of Credit Management. The following is a brief summary of how I was wronged by Credit Management:
Credit Management of Carrollton, Texas reported erroneous "Collections" information -- with regard to a Cable One account that belongs to my father (who has the same name) -- to two of the three credit bureaus. Mind you, I have never subscribed to ANY of Cable One's services. Attempts to contact their "customer service" number was met with hostility, rudeness, and inaccuracy. I have reported Credit Management's error to the credit bureaus. Continuous efforts to have Credit Management's erroneous information from my credit report has been met with no success (as Credit Management fails to accurately -- and thoroughly -- verify its information).
The fact that I am a responsible borrower -- who has never had a late payment -- further angers me! Credit Management? Perhaps "Credit MIS-Management" is a more appropriate name. Note to Replies: I have "challenged" these collections. However, Credit Management seems to have a acute ability for fabricating evidence to their claim. Thus, their mistake continues to linger on my credit report. Equifax deleted the Collections after my original claim -- about five months ago. However, the collections recently reappeared on my Equifax report.
Experian, on the other hand, refuses to remove the collections altogether. The only accurate reporting bureau seems to be Transunion -- who has never reported Credit Management's claims. I've spent about the last six months disputing Credit Management's outlandish claims.