NCO Financial - Debt Not Mine

NCO Financial leaves harassing recorded messages daily, at all hours, saying to contact them that day. They leave no name associated with the call. When you call the number, they always say the office is closed and their mail box is full. I have no debts in collection. They apparently have the wrong number, and I can't even talk to a real person or leave a message to tell them.

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Dec 07, 2010
by: Anonymous

I have been dealing with them for over 6 years. They constantly have harassed me looking to collect a debt from another individual... I even changed my phone number and within 1 week of me changing my number, I began getting the calls again.

Countless times I have explained to them the person they are looking for does not live at this address, nor is this their telephone number... They tell me they are sorry, and they will remove my number.. but I still get the calls.

I am ready to take legal action if this pursists any longer

Jul 09, 2010
Constant calls for people I don't know

I've been receive several calls daily for a person I don't know. Four times I've called them back to report that the man does not live here and they've promised to remove my number from their database. Yet, the calls continue. Isn't it illegal to harass a person for no reason? Additionally, I've resubmitted a "no call list" and they still call. How can I stop the calls?

Jul 05, 2010
NCO Financial
by: Mary & Gerri

Have you tried contacting NCO through its website? You'll find it at Keep a record of when you filed your complaint with them in case the phone calls continue. If they do, We would strongly recommend you talk with a consumer law attorney with experience in debt collection cases. Find out how to get a FREE consultation with a consumer law attorney here. The consult is free and there is no fee unless you win or settle in your favor.

We also recommend you file a complaint with the Federal Trade Commission at Complaints about debt collectors calling the wrong person repeatedly are on the rise and they need to hear from consumers who are experiencing this problem.

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