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Dana on 855-210-3500
This is legit - its the UPS broker clearing number. They called to ask if they should act as...
noulack phan on 855-485-4061
This person charged money from my credit card
Brenda K on 250-542-4010
Caller requesting info on bill requesting cheque info
MTY on 780-471-4303
Called several times but left no Message.
sandra mitchell on 450-263-9710
i fin high school secondaire 2 in 2003 and 2004
i made to fin my high school secondaire 3,4,5
I notice that your "last" sentence reads... "If ur just dodging have fun we may see you in court :)" "We may" implies that you have no intentions of taking the matter to court. It is a scare tactic which all collection agencies use in order to get a debtor to pay-up. I would encourage all people to not pay debts to collection agencies. The less money collection agencies collect, the quicker they go out of business. In the unlikely event the collection agency does go to the courthouse to file a summons, they have to come-up with quite a lot of their own money, up to and including coming-up with the money to get the debtor to and from court by either bus, train, plane, automobile. And where necessary, have to come-up with accommodation costs and meal allowances. Yes, all these costs are charged back to the debtor, if the debtor loses the case. However if the debtor isn't suable, then the judge will dismiss the case. The judge will decide if the debtor is suable or not. NOT the collection agency. Also, one will notice that the bill collector NEVER threatens to sue. They say they "MAY SUE" and they use "WE" a lot. And that is because if they threaten to sue, then they can no longer have any further contact with the debtor, they either have to sue or f**k-off. They also can no longer refer the debt to another collection agency, because doing anything other than suing the debtor places the collection agency in CONTEMPT OF COURT. Judges frown down on those who are in contempt of court, and Judges get really upset with those who place others in contempt of court. So that is why collection agencies very rarely play their Ace Card, because once they do they have to sue. I would encourage all people who are being chased by a collection agency to tell the collection agency to "Sue me or f**k-off", and then put down the phone. Do not offer them any information at all on yourself, even if you are unemployed, do not tell them anything. Keep everything about yourself private, so you can use it to your advantage and as your defence should the matter ever go to court, which it usually won't because collection agencies are not in the legal business, they are in the debt recovery business, and they just want the debtor to pay.It is also illegal for a bill collector to telephone a debtor once the debtor has ordered the debt collector not to contact them by telephone. This is called "Personal Harassment", and judges also frown-down on harassers, and usually fine them very heavily, and/or lock them up, and award the victim handsomely.The best advice I would offer a debtor is to pay the money owed to the original creditor. They won't refuse the payment, they can't, it is illegal for them to do so. And if the original creditor refuses the payment, the debt will be written-off by the courts. This also messes-up the collection agency, because they want the debtor to pay them. Debt Collectors are usually bullies, and their bark is worse than their bite. Do not fear Debt Collectors, they are only doing their job, and they are working on commission. They keep calling mostly at night between 8:30 and 9 pm
I just let it go to voice mail, But I am putting my daughter to bed...seriously STOP calling!
It's fine to phone and leave a message to call but need to know who they are contracted to to collect a possiible debt. Specs:ARO , according to ARO and users.Kelowna, BCTelus1-877-250-7070 (toll-free, I hope)Tips:-STEP 1: Get a long distance provider like Tel 3 Advantage or Yak, some numbers are long distance. -STEP 2: Call the person or company.-STEP 3: Apply the National Do Not Call for your phone number (fcc.gov / crtc.gc.ca , if needed).-STEP 4: File a CRTC Canada or FCC (fcc.gov / crtc.gc.ca) complaint under contact us (if needed).-STEP 5: File a police report (if needed).-STEP 6: Call blocking (if needed). I was getting calls from 877-250-7070 for a couple of weeks now so I blocked that number from calling me and now I'm getting calls from 250-762-7070. I simply do not answer the calls. they do not go to voicemail; in short, I ignore them. If you are getting calls from ARO (collection agency) from either of the two above numbers, I would strongly suggest you block both numbers from calling you. If they get an answer, it only eggs them on.Do not answer, they will call at random times of the day if you do answer they'll say "John Doe"?..... if you say yes, or uh huh.. they will put your number in their confirmed number database. So remember... just do not answer them to begin with. AND file a complaint with the CRTC.If you accidently answer a call from someone who starts with "John Doe?"... reply with "Who's calling please?"............ then tell them you'll check if there's a John Doe, but you're just working reception and our last guest checked out or some such.https://www.lnnte-dncl.gc.ca/notimp-impnot-engyou can also request to have your number placed on the DO-NOT-CALL-LIST thank you so much for posting that now i can pass that info on to my lawyerand hopefully they will stop calling me.in my case, they have the wrong number and ive had to change it 3x in the last month.i dont even have a listed number and the name the account is under isnt even close to the name of the person they keep calling for.they call me at least 13x a day starting at 7am even on a sunday.not to mention the girl that calls is rude and swears at me and threatens me,im so sick of it.