CALIFORNIA -- I receive several telephone calls from this company, four today, saying I owe $948.00 to a payday loan company. I asked who the company was and they told me I am the one who owes the money and I should know. Also told me if I did not have the money in by 04/01, the sheriff would serve me with papers.
I have one payday loan and I spoke with them and they said all was well with my account. These folks are so rude, told me I would spend time in jail, so have a good time watching for the sheriff. If I knew what they were talking about I could handle the matter, said I had several e-mail regarding this situation. Have not received any e-mails from any bill collector.
Can someone please tell me who these folks are. Could not understand the person and asked to speak with the manager and he came back on the phone and said he was the manager. Oh my goodness what to do. He hung up on me so I called him back and he said he had nothing to say to me. He spoke with more stupid people all day long and I knew what he was talking about. Can someone help me find out who these people are and what they are up to?? Thank you.
Although NCO Financial knows the location of the debtor its representatives continue to call an elderly relative of the debtor. NCO reps have called 2x per day on average (thank goodness her phone keeps a log of incoming calls!). Since NCO is only allowed to contact a 3rd party to acquire location information, the fact that they continually call even though they have the debtor's location is harassment. I have to wonder if it is part of their "collection practices" to try to frighten/harass elderly relatives of debtors. Fortunately I was there when the last call came in and I got on the phone and informed the NCO representative if they called again a complaint would be filed with the FTC. NCO needs to stop harassing elderly relatives of debtors!
It all started June of 2009. I got a call on my cellphone from a man from India telling me that I am being investigated for an illegal action. So I naturally freaked out and called the number back. I called the number back for a week but, what a surprise, no answer. Recently, I've been looking for work, so naturally I had to do a credit check and was told that I had to handle a few things before anything was finalized.
I called NCO to make a payment plan for my student loans which are $28,000 now when I only borrowed $16,000 and will not supply me with a letter stating that I have agreed to a payment plan to hand the employer. I put 2 and 2 together and the illegal action was NCO outsourced. I didn't give anyone my account info. I need help on what to do. Thank you for your advice in advance.
I've called NCO numerous times over the past several months. I am trying to purchase a home, and the ONLY mark on my credit report is a $97 charge from NCO. It's a bogus charge, one that I have written numerous letters to the company about. I would even pay it if I could get it off my record. It's costing me a 1/2 percentage on my home loan.
HOWEVER, depending on whom you ask at NCO, they either can see my account but can't access it, or they have no record of any charge for me, and won't take it off my credit report. So I can't even pay this charge! Now I am on hold at the moment for 3 hours already and NO ONE has picked up, because "all representatives are still assisting other callers." Ridiculous.
I have been receiving calls from them for the past 2 or so months. I'm not denying the bill. I went to the emergency room 6 or so months ago and they didn't even do anything. And I guess it's what is left over from what my insurance has paid. It seems like the hospital wasted no time in sending me to a collection agency. I was going to pay them and after reading numerous complaints on this website and other websites I'm afraid that they will take my money. Any advice? Should I call the hospital directly and deal with them?
My late husband was in the military. I fell behind in my Star Card payments. My income tax checks have been taken by this scum company for 3 years. Each check was worth $3,500, in addition to the stimulus checks. I knew I owed this money, but what I did NOT know, was that I owed $2,300. When I called to check on how much more I owed, I was told I owed $5,500 more. All of this on a $2,300 chard card.
These thieves phone number is **. I was told my child would be taken from me, since I couldn't pay this bill. It was terrible. I could not sleep or eat, I lost 25 lbs. People, contact your media, (your politicians), your Attorney General, Congressman. See, the Air Force sold my account to this scum bag company. This is my grandchild I have had since he was 2, he's now 8.
I know now I owned this money, but this is the way the military pays back a man that spent his life in the military?? Someone please help me to fight, please!!! I'm not a bum, I just don't know whom to contact. I contacted my congressman, but what a joke, his aide has spent 6 days arguing about my address, then ended up telling me he doesn't "have any control over the postal service". His name is Congressman Charlie Gonzales. I can tell you one thing, I'll remember this next election.
I got a letter in the mail addressed to me stating that I owed over $500.00 for a past due phone bill that was over 12 years old. I called to find out what this was about and found out that it was my ex-husband's bill that was under my name. I have a 790 credit score and I did not want this on my credit report. I paid the bill with my credit card and they stated that they would send me a letter showing the bill had been paid. When I called three weeks later to find out the status of the letter they said they would mail it and then they said I owed another bill! What the heck. They cannot produce a bill. It's not even under my name. It's under my ex-husband's.
Anyway they have my credit card number. Should I notify my credit card company? Cancel my credit card? I just don't want them charging things to my credit card. After my divorce I worked really hard to build my credit back up and it has taken me years to do so.
I have a $1,500 credit card debt with NCO. I'm currently saving money so that I might settle this debt in a lump sum. I want to make sure that the account ends up closed and that the necessary repair work is done to my credit report. How do I go about doing this?
My husband dealt with NCO about 6 years ago. They came to an agreement on a dollar amount to settle his debt, however, they refused to send him a letter verifying this agreement. Essentially, he didn't want to send them money without written proof of their agreement to close the account on receipt of the money. He ended up filing bankruptcy. I was not in his life at this time so I don't know why he felt bankruptcy was necessary, but I certainly don't want to file for $1,500!! I want an agreement in writing before I send them any money. How do I go about doing it?
HUTHISON, KANSAS -- Well about 3 years ago I worked for NCO. I was there about year, until one day I came in from work, the Hutchinson KS office was closing their doors. Found out night before they close they tap everyone checking account and credit cards they had on file. If anyone ever work for them, still works for them, find different job. When companies find out you work for NCO trust me you won't get job. Everyone had no idea. When they were closing their doors down in Hutchinson KS they made everyone sign a gag order not to talk to newspapers. Sooner or later they will close NCO DOWN FOR GOOD.
USA, PENNSYLVANIA -- I worked for a company last year Nov 7, 2007. I got hurt at work. It went through workman's comp. For some reason or another I keep getting a bill from the (comp name ->*****) emergency physicians. I keep taking this back up to the former employer and they tell me they turn this in. They do not know what is going on. Well lo and behold this last Saturday I get a bill from NCO formerly OSI collections about this workman's comp bill.
I will not call them from my home phone nor cell or even try the online site. As I know they will get my numbers and call all hours of the day. You know how annoying this is. This goes to MY CREDIT REPORT. So now I guess I have to go to my former employer and tell them I am taking this to my lawyer because now this is getting to be crap. It's been over a year now and someone is not doing their job.