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Number Variations: 586/461/1002 - 586.461.1002 - 5864611002 - 586 461 1002
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20th Nov, 2009 by TechnicalAssistance
Reported Number: 586-461-1002
Caller type: Unknown
Phone owner: Unknown
In the United States, collection agencies such as CREDIT ACCEPTANCE operate both outside of the law. They call random people on the telephone asking to speak to total strangers that the people have never heard of before. The goal is to find someone that is willing to send money in order to stop the calls. Once such a victim is found, he or she is milked for more and more money. Note that the National "Do Not Call" Registry is ignored by collection agencies. Collection agencies employ the old call-and-hang-up routine as well as prerecorded messages with threatening or intimidating words or tone of voice. They are also known to use a variety of phone numbers in order to defeat per-line call blocking. They may even use an unidentified name and number. To stop the latter, the phone company offers a free feature known as "anonymous call blocking". I have learned a few techniques which may be useful to other victims. You must be an innocent victim, i.e. you never had any business with the collection agency in question. This was true for me. I have been harassed for over four years by an assortment of collection agencies asking to speak to about two or three different names, all of which are complete strangers to me. First stop: <a href="http://www.ftc.gov/bcp/consumer.shtm">the Federal Trade Commission</a>. Call them at 1-877-382-4357 or visit them online at https://www.ftccomplaintassistant.gov/ I spoke with a pleasant person on Friday morning who was most helpful. The wait was not long at all, and the entire call took about five minutes at most. I wish I could say I was optimistic about the outcome, but I have filed complaints with the FTC before, to no avail. The calls stop for a few months, but then resume. But at least it's something, and at least the calls stop for a few months. Second stop: <a href="http://www.bbb.org/">the Better Business Bureau</a>. File a complaint against the business. In order to do this, it helps to have the zip code of the company question. If you don't have the zip code, you may need to speak with a customer service representative (CSR) who can locate that information for you. Third stop: the Consumer Protection Hotline. There is a different one servicing each state. Locate the one in your state and file a complaint. Fourth stop: Your local computer store. Purchase a computer modem, hook it up to your computer, and set it up to autodial the collection agency. Be sure to configure your modem to remain on the line until the phone is answered and a human speaks. Ideally, do not hang up until the person hangs up. Cost of the modem is minimal, but you will need some kind of terminal program such as Telix 3.11, which is still available for download. There also used to be a terminal program called ProComm. Either would suffice for the purpose. Fifth stop: the company's web site. If the Collection Agency has identified itself in any way, then you may research the company. Find their email addresses, toll-free phone numbers, and fax numbers. These may be useful in a variety of ways. Be creative! Sixth stop: the company's physical location. If you are nearby, why not stop by and let them know how you feel? It is always refreshing to talk to people in person. Seventh stop: once you find out the full names of the employees of the company, you can begin researching where they live. The Internet offers you the phone numbers of anyone, anywhere, for a price. Once you find their personal home phone numbers, you can begin calling them and hanging up, just like they are doing to you. It may cause them to reevaluate their particular choice of career.
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18th Nov, 2009 by TrackofCreditAcceptance
Reported Number: 5864611002
Caller type: Unknown
Phone owner: credit acceptance
Scumbags keep calling and harassing me about a stranger I do not know. They are lying criminals and keep calling back day after day. If you want to give them a piece of your mind, call: Call: 1-800-634-1506 1-800-729-7633 1-800-873-0512 248-353-2700, extension 4993 ir@creditacceptance.com careers@creditacceptance.com
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19th Sep, 2008 by Dovid
Reported Number: 586-461-1002
Caller type: Unknown
Phone owner: Unknown
Calling my mobile phone (once a day for past three days) and leaving voice mail for "Melissa Davis" to phone 800-634-1506 immediately. But I can't reach anyone at that number to demand they desist

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