Now I can mark on the calendar my monthly "mistaken for a collector or scammer" entry. ABS, I was merely pointing out the alphabet soup confusion which derives from multiple firms in a similar game sharing an acronym. Until you obtain a full business name, no one is getting "got". Your ability to defend against or sue the caller depends entirely on the answer. Have you tried other mystery caller sites for useful intel?
Resident47 Jan 25th, 2011
Hmmmm- Sounds like YOUR the one that got got, ACS guy. Sucks, huh? Y'all keep calling, keep rotating your numbers, and I'll keep nailing you, on this site and everywhere else, and Google will tow the line. This is fun, Resident 47, and theres nothing you can do about it. Yeah, youve been had, admit it, and its going to happen again and again.
Please, keep calling, and thanks for the Love-
A.B.S. in TEXAS Jan 25th, 2011
So which "ACS" from the debt industry is this? Law bending Academy Collection Service or Allied Collection Service? Affidavit Consolidation Services, one of the many fake payday loan collectors? None of the above? Who's "gotcha" who here?
Resident47 Jan 05th, 2011
This is a collection agency. The name of the entity is ACS.
The number IDs as a cel phone but when dialed forwards to an inbound center. The trap is obvious- The number appears to be a legit caller, even after Googling, ie; it shows as a cel phone in the San Antonio area, but when dialed it forwards, probably carrying your caller ID info with it, and an operator announces the company name.
TaDa! Gotcha, A.C.S., Have a great 2011!
Love, A.B.S., former U.S.A.A. credit card holder, San Antonio, Republic of Texas, Baby!
A.B.S. in TEXAS Jan 04th, 2011