Continued Robo Calls From Nco Based On Their Erroneous information

by Felix
(Rancho Palos Verdes, CA)

NCO robo calls continue at any hour of the day, including times when they're not open for business to receive return calls. When speaking with an NCO agent, I explained that I am not this person they're looking for but her son, handling this matter for her. I also explained that she has no debt whatsoever, and had been receiving these calls for years.

They refused to accept my explanation, insisting she herself call them. Effectively, they want someone who doesn't owe them money, to call them saying so, and to also provide personal information at the same time. Of course, they refused to accept anything that I said.

Even as I explained that Phoebe is elderly and upset at the accusation that she has unpaid debt, they were relentless, demanding the last four digits of her social security number. The agent then dismissed my concern of giving any personal information solicited by call that is based on erroneous information.

Comments for Continued Robo Calls From Nco Based On Their Erroneous information

Click here to add your own comments

Apr 20, 2011
Calls For Mom's Debt


If your mother doesn't believe she owes the debt, why don't you help her write a letter to the debt collector telling them not to contact her - or you - again? Once they receive the letter they cannot contact her again about the debt. If they do, they are breaking the law and you should talk with a consumer law attorney.

Read our suggestions on using a cease and desist letter to stop a debt collector from calling.

If it seems like the debt collector is breaking the law, talk with a consumer law attorney. Find out how to get free legal advice from an attorney here. There is no fee unless you recover.

You shouldn't have to continue to put up with calls over a debt if she doesn't owe it. It sounds like it's time to tell them to stop.

Click here to add your own comments

Return to NCO Complaints.

Learn how debt collection laws can help you!
This website does not provide legal advice.
All information is for educational purposes only.
Copyright 2007 - 2019 by Mary Reed and Gerri Detweiler.
All rights reserved.
Read our Privacy Policy here