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Here you can share your complaint about Crown Asset Management. Please keep in mind we are not the collection company - we are simply an educational website that tries to help consumers find answers to their questions about resolving debts with debt collectors.

Please do not include any of your personal information (last name, phone number, account number, etc.) But please DO be specific about the problem you are having with the collector.

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Nov 02, 2015
by: Anonymous

This company contacted people from my facebook page, as well as people who were on the pages of my friends. For example, they called the daughter of a lady I worked with four years ago. Never met her. They told everyone they called that they were a "secondary contact" for me. When I advised that I did not give them this information, Mr. Palmer at Crown Management advised that HE decides who is my secondary contact and that it is not up to me.

The law is specific that they cannot use any "false representation or deceptive means to collect or attempt to collect any debt or to obtain information concerning a consumer." Clearly lying and stating that I listed them as a secondary contact is false representation! I have filed a complaint, but I don't really know if that actually does any good. However these people will stop at nothing and they are not ethical nor are they kind and compassionate. I worked in debt collection. There is a way to do this work without taking the dignity of the consumer. This company does not care.

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The kind of actions you described may be a violation of federal law and you may be entitled to damages. And an attorney may represent you at no cost to you, since the FDCPA requires collectors who violate the law to pay attorney's fees. It would not be a bad idea for you to talk with a consumer law attorney. Here's how to get a free consultation with a consumer law attorney.

Jun 11, 2015
The man that keeps calling me is Thomas Grey.
by: Anonymous

The man that keeps calling me is Thomas Grey. He is harassing me, my family, sister, my employer about something I know nothing about. It apparently was debt my oldest daughter had, and now is calling us trying to reach her. After I told him I would relay his message, he continued to call and call. Calling my employer and lying to try to get information. My employer said the call sounded shady. He than left me yet another voicemail on my work number, stating that he is going to continue to call. This is not my debt. I pay my bills, I work, and have outstanding credit. This man is trying to ruin my life and I don't owe any debt. He must be stopped.

May 21, 2015
by: Brittany Trout

These people have called my phone, my sister, my brother in law, & my husbands boss. He called my phone & left a voicemail saying tisk tisk tisk, he left another voicemail thinking he was talking to my husbands boss, saying he needs to talk about his employee. This man is harassing me over something that was paid with another debt collector. The man that keeps calling me is Thomas Grey. & I will be talking to the CEO of this company.

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Jan 19, 2014
by: Jackie

This company is collecting for a vehicle that was repo over 15 years ago..I only owe 1500.00 dollars they are trying to collect 16,0000 in interest..I think this is a total ripoff and it should be something that can be done,I don,t mind paying the balance on the car but $16,000 interest is outrageous. these big rich companies always trying to bother poor people I am paying 33,000 for a 12,000 car.

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Did they get a court judgment against you? If no then there is a very good chance this debt is too old - outside the statute of limitations. We would recommend you talk with a consumer law attorney asap to learn our rights here. If it's too old then you may not have to pay anything at all. And if they have misrepresented the status of the debt to you they may actually have to pay you damages under the federal Fair Debt Collection Practices Act.

Find out how to get free or low-cost help with your debt collection problems here.

Jun 06, 2013
illegal debt collection practices
by: Anonymous

They robocalled and left a message for my son in law who has never set foot in my home, used my phone or given us as a contact or reference number. I have back problems and was unable to get to the phone in the kitchen to cut the call off before the thing started rattling off the collection message. This type of call should be illegal (it may be) I should not have to sit by the phone just in case some jackass looking for someone else calls and leaves a private message I am supposedly not to hear. That violates my right to be at peace and relax in my own home and the other person's right not to have their personal matters disclosed to other people.

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