Calling Wrong Person Won't Stop

by Milfu
(Texas)

They keep calling about a debt that is not mine and I keep telling them that the party they want is not at my number or living in my house. They call several times a day every day. They sometimes show telemaketer or a person's name and my number is a registered do-not-call at the federal and state level.

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Dec 21, 2011
Constant Harrassment
by: James Tracy

NCO constantly calls me. On average about 3 times a week. They ask for Tracy Jullian, Joseph Tracy, and other people that are not connected to my number. I told them I was not the person they were looking for and I would no longer answer any more of their questions or provide any further information to them. One associate said that I would answer all of the questions they asked or they would call until I complied. I filed complaints with the Better Business Bureau, they sent letters. The company mailed me, I filled out their form (stating I was not the person they were looking for) and they still call and harass me. The last person was a Clarance Irving that was rude, insulted me and after insuring that my name would be removed, I received another call from them later that same morning from another associate that knew Clarance Irving and was again told my name would be removed. The harassment continues.

Reply from DebtCollectionAnswers.com

You do not have to put up with continued harassment from a collection agency for a debt that is not yours. We recommend you go ahead and talk with a consumer law attorney to find out if the attorney is willing help you at no cost to you. It may do that because if the collector is breaking the law, it has to pay your attorney's fees under the FDCPA.


Aug 17, 2011
Collectors Calling Wrong Number
by: DebtCollectionAnswers.com

You don't have to put up with this. We recommend you read our page about debt collection for the wrong person and find a way to put an end to the calls! Let us know how this works out for you.

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