Called the house twice yesterday, did not leave message.
 Jun 28th, 2011
Fast talking man wanting information for "a personal business call"
It is a phishing scam. Wanted last for digits of social security number.
Don't be a sucker. Hang up.
 Jan 13th, 2011
Yes, you can abandon you current phone number and only double the problem for the next poor sap to acquire it. Better to confront the collector directly, as your Federal rights encourage.

If you are receiving repeated, misdirected, and/or abusive calls from a third party debt collector, you may find relief in the provisions of the FDCPA, the Federal law which regulates collector behavior. Learn your rights at FTC-dot-gov. See also your state laws for additional support.
 Nov 18th, 2010
AMSHER COLLECTIONS - BILL COLLECTOR / They collect for numerous companies. You may also get a call from 1-866-732-1626. Some of the reps will call you from their personal cell phone hoping to get you to answer. If you don't recognize the #, don't answer or let them leave a message. They don't care if the account belongs to someone who used to have your number. They will still call you. You could get your number changed.
 Nov 18th, 2010
This number is from a collection agency. We get calls asking for a woman that does not live here, nor do we even know, from various numbers constantly.
 Jul 06th, 2010