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Jun 09, 2015
New petition: debt collectors hiding behind veil
by: Anonymous


I just signed the petition "Consumer Financial Protection Bureau: Disbar collection attorney's representing third party debt collectors,
whom file judgments by default against consumers without validation of the debt, violating FDCPA and time barred debt" and wanted to see if you could help by adding your name.

Our goal is to reach 100 signatures and we need more support. You can read more and sign the petition here:

debt collection robo lawsuit petition

Dec 11, 2014
Not as good as they think
by: Anonymous

Credit One Bank now Sherman Financial Group, and LVNV, Credit One (who still sends me pre-approved credit cards)----these people/groups/bogus companies have all been looking for the wrong person. There are many blogs online about this very subject. They must be stopped.

Jul 25, 2014
Getting screwed
by: Anonymous

I have been hassled by these people for about 15 years now. I have tried to work with them and have found that whoever I talk with is totally unprofessional. I have been called a liar, was told that if I were a responsible person I would not have to deal with them in the first place, if I can make a 200 dollar payments they will not accept it because if I can make a 200 dollar payment I should be able to make it 300 dollars.etc.

Out of the blue about 10 years ago I was sent a notice that I owed $1300,00 dollars for a microwave I supposedly had purchased 10 years before that from Sears. I have sent them money, numerous times and then do not hear from them again until I get the next notice that I owe them so much money again.

I have tried to work out payment plans which they will only do at a price that I am not able to pay, they just keep payments out of reach. They only contact you by phone and do not send bills, or statements for payments made. This would have been taken care of a long time ago if they would have shown some professionalism and I trusted them.

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Have you tried filing a complaint with the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau?

Nov 17, 2011
by: Anonymous

In March 1997 my husband of 17 years died and I paid off all our debts. I returned all our credit cards once they were paid in full to the institutions. One credit card was Sears. I moved from the state, subsequently three years later remarried and moved again. 2011 I received a call from Sherman Financial Group regarding an outstanding balance owed to Sears. This was reported to Equifax and they could not supply me with any details of the purchase or when it occurred. I thought maybe someone stole the number or faud had taken place. They have called me at work, at home, on my private cell phone number and they have threatened me. First they will not tell me what this charge was for, they will not supply me with any information and this is 14 years ago! I have written to them and the credit bureau and they continue to call me. They are also listed as Vital Recovery, and other names.Someone should sue these people!

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It sounds like you should get advice from a consumer law attorney. We are not attorneys but several of the actions you are describing sound like possible violations of the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act. The attorney can tell you if that's the case. If the collector is breaking the law, the attorney will likely take your case for free since the collection agency has to pay your attorney's fees.

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