FRUSTRATED said: Called my in-laws stating their daughter (who is in rehab) is being sued and they needed her last 4 of SSN to give information...I called them back for my in-laws and they wouldn't give me info and were very rude. My in-laws believed it, but I told them that it was a scam b4 they gave any info... anyone who demands anything from you in a threatening way on the phone should not be trusted. Always ask a lot of questions. Also when i called the number the girl gave her name, but not the company name. This is a red flag!!!!!!
so what said: They may have that informatin but they can NOT take you to court. They can NOT speak with someone else about YOUR debt. Which is what they are doing.
so what said: I had the same call today like other. I work in collections and after i started advising them of the federal guidelines with collection LISA hung up on me.
anonymous said: I had this number on my mobile today, I got a text message saying I missed a call from this number at 11.56am 20 Aug.Thanks for this info I will tell them nothing, it bad enough with ppi, hearing loss and caller saying you had an accident without these calls too. How do companys get our numbers is what I want to know???????
CD said: wow I just got a call to and they said I owe from 2004 bullsh*t Tina Johnson ext 2526. I will report them and expose them. losers get a real job!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Anso said: Received about 5 calls within three days from a Bill Taylor who did not state who he was and why he was calling. He stated that he would be delivering legal documents to my employer or home and to be home between 3-5pm. He also gave the number for a callback and a claim number. I decided to wait for this person to appear and no one came to my door. I believe that he may be a bill collector using unorthodox means
Pop said: SCAMMEEEEEERRRRRRRRRSSSSSSSS ..... I Never had verizon how can i owe them money... lol
From Verizon 2001... These people are scammers. Ms Ashley u are a scammer....
Anon said: Also had call from this number today on my mobile. Lady said I'd visited their website and ordered some beauty product. As I have ordered a beauty product from the internet in the last 2 days I carried on with the call. The lady confirmed my email address to me correctly and then asked for my billing address. I informed her that I had entered my billing and delivery address at the time of purchase and had already received an email confirming dispatch and that I shouldnt need to confirm it again. She got quite stroppy with me for being awkward (!) and I told her that if she did not already have my billing detials on her records then I wasnt going to give it to her over the phone, at which point she stroppily informed me that she would not be able to send out my product and hung up. I do not think this was legit and that she was trying to gain personal info from me
unk said: THIS NUMBER CALLS MY CELL PHONE LOOKING FOR MY X-HUSBAND THEY LEAVE A CASE# AND THEIR CALL BACK NUMBER AND A MESSAGE THST STATES TO CALL BACK IF I KNOW THE WHERE ABOUTS OF MY X-HUSBAND OR HOW THEY CAN GET IN CONTACT WITH HIM.
IM GOING TO HAVE SOMEONE CALL BACK AND STATE THEY ARE WHO THEY ARE LOOKING FOR AND SEE WHAT THIS IS ALL ABOUT....SCANDALIS.......
A-nony-mouse said: Supposedly they are some law firm.Some guy called me asking about my ex wanting to serve her with court papers and gave me an address I know of that's connected to her only,and when I asked who his company is,he only gave me the company who wants to serve her (I gave them NO info,but only rudely hung up...just rewards) and said the company who hired his company is named ICS with 855-495-4206 and I get nowhere when I called them back,but they were really rude.I'll no longer talk with them whomever they are.
Helper said: Guys, if any of you had a call from this number claiming themselves as UNCI. First of all, do not ever give out any of your information whatsoever until you know what is the real dilemma. This so to speak of "company" is actually a scam. They try to call you and make it sound like you have to owe them something before it is too late. Always ask them who they are, what company it is, and check online before making any payments. Remember, many people out there are trained to talk like a superior agent. Don't let ears deceive you; believe in your own instincts. If anyone is worried about this caller trying to make you pay something, I can assure you, this is a scam. NEVER EVER GIVE YOUR INFO to some stranger before you know the full details of what is actually the problem. Hoped this help.