Collections, called again despite me having settled already with them and confirming with the company that was owed. Fairly rude- but what do you expect from collections agency people?
 Feb 11th, 2014
the called my phone and said nothing
terry micheals
 Jun 05th, 2012
Annoyed / Idiots / Will Sue: Raging and fuming here like three call recipients before you will not end the calls. READ .. before .. you .. post!
 Apr 30th, 2012
IWill Sue YOU
 Apr 30th, 2012
YouGuys Idiots
 Apr 30th, 2012
Stop Calling!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Beyond Annoyed
 Apr 30th, 2012
Ms. Valles, did you not notice a single word written here before you posted? You have to deliver your demands to THE SOURCE OF YOUR CALLS which IS NOT THE ADMIN OF THIS WEBSITE! No person at Receivables Performance Management controls this page and probably no one there reads it either.

The proper and best way to get your demands met AND the above facts have already been discussed in this thread. There is absolutely no point in maintaining a discussion forum when none of you RPM call recipients have the patience to read it.
 Apr 23rd, 2012
stop calling you have the wrong party
carol valles
 Apr 23rd, 2012
PirateGirl, your caller does not maintain this site or this web page. Your caller is not going to dutifully study random forum complaints and cannot magically determine which numbers should not be called based on anonymous comments, here or in the nextdoor thread. 240-210-7111) http://whocalled.us/lookup/240-210-7111

The initial advice you need is found in my 20 March remarks, a mere three comments behind yours. Lawbreaking debt collectors absolutely love to torture people at the workplace to create false shame and hope to get pressure applied. The PoE calls also send a tacit message that ''we know you have money for us since you have a job''.

Impatient managers must be made to understand a few things and not punish their staff for some intruder's hostile collection activity:
- Usually the agency knows perfectly well how to reach the targeted person at home but chooses not to, under a pretense of skip tracing, which is illegal.
- These are not ''personal'' calls in the sense that employees invite or control them.
- Anyone at the workplace can tell the collection reps to stop calling there for whatever employee and/or indicate that such calls are ''inconvenient'' or not permitted. By law, the agency must stop. (Some will refuse to cease, and must be clamped under a Cert-Mailed demand.)

The alleged debtor has broader power to restrict or ban all calls to all places, as discussed in my prior comment here.
 Apr 18th, 2012
STOP CALLING MY WORK NUMBER, I'm getting in trouble at work because this number keeps calling me and nobody's there or they don't leave a message.
 Apr 18th, 2012
Well I just called them back and asked them to remove my cell phone number. They were looking for a Katie. Hopefully, they will remove it, but I HIGHLY doubt it.
 Apr 15th, 2012
These assholes just called on my cell phone! God dammit! DON'T CALL ME BECAUSE YOU HAVE THE WRONG NUMBER!!!!
 Apr 15th, 2012
Travis, this is how it's legal:

RPM reps can't tell you much until you identify as the alleged debtor. There are other identifiers which work as well as SSN, but you are not required to answer or cooperate on the phone, much as the bullying attitude you were given might suggest otherwise. You are not required to ''settle'' anything before you see real proof on real paper, either.

If RPM thinks you owe something, you were owed a dunning letter promptly after that initial phone chat. Be sure to respond on paper with a dispute and validation request, adding that you either restrict or revoke consent to call again. Given the industry's documented need to break laws to get at your assets, you should dispute even if you agree slightly with its claim.

If the account is not legally collectable, or it's simply not you they want, you're free to send a full cease-comm, cutting off all contact. Send all notices via USPS Certified with return card. The FTC and many consumer watchdogs explain how to draft them. Pay close attention to all communication and document it well. If those contacts yield legal violations, you may collect from *them* through a judge or arbitrator. Your closely timed calls could, for instance, be part of a pattern of annoyance or harassment which is violative.
 Mar 20th, 2012
Ive had multiple calls from this number. Answered twice with no answer and then a click sound before call was ended. The rest I didn't answer and no Voicemail left. Called the number back and was informed it was RPM in an attempt to collect a bad debt they had purchased. They would not give me the information as to who it was for what it was without first giving them my full name and social. I refused and was asked if I would just like to pay my bill to settle the debt. Which is funny because I used a different number to call back and never gave them any information. Upon telling them to either explain what it was about or stop calling me, I was hung up on. Called back and asked for a supervisor, whom I was told I was speaking to. Basically had the same experience except that instead of just hanging up, I was told to please call back when I am ready to settle my debt and have a nice day. Then hung up on.

Ridiculous! How is this legal? I have had one debt in my life and settled it in 2010, so it can't be mine, but can't seem to stop them from calling. Have received two calls this evening about 5mins apart too.
 Feb 25th, 2012
I have received several calls from that number. They don't respond when I answer. I called them back on a land line and he said it was re personal and that he did not even have my # in his system. Ther should be someway to stop such harrassment!
 Feb 19th, 2012
This company "Receivablesperf" was calling for some company called" assured clean". Call this number 1-888-452-9175 and ask them to take your phone number off their list. We will see if this really happens...doubtful.
 Aug 27th, 2010
Finally - they called and someone was there. It seems the company is Receivables Performance Management. What are they - a collection agency. They told me of a bill with Verizon that was not valid and wanted to collect on it. When I asked for their company name and address, so I could submit a letter for them to stop calling, the guys just asked are you going to pay this bill or not. I again asked for the name of the company and the address and he then said his supervisor was telling him to get off the line because I was not going to pay the bill. I finally said, it was Federal Law that he give me the information. Finally he gave me the website quickly and hung up. Their website is http://www.receivablesperformance.com .
 Jul 09th, 2010
They call my office constantly and hang up when I answer. I've had it, I won't answer any calls from (240) area code again!
 Jun 29th, 2010
They've been calling my cell phone, the 1st time they called was yesterday (6.16.2010) I answered it. A voice recording came on saying " please enjoy the music while we connect you" music played then an Aferican American man came on yelling "hello" to me. After heard him, i hung up. They called again today (6.17.2010) I didn't answer & no voicemail was left.
 Jun 17th, 2010
Same as others - multiple calls from this number. No message. They answer "RPM" when called but refuse to say who they are or what they want unless you identify yourself, which is ridiculous. Criminial enterprise!
 Jun 09th, 2010
recd call on my cel but did not answer. No VM
 Jun 02nd, 2010
They are calling a business and hang up once they know it's a business.
 Mar 18th, 2010
Received 4 calls from this number since Dec 16 2009. I answered it today. It was an automated message from RPM concerning my "business account." I own no businesses, so I knew this was probably a scam. It gave me this number: 800-618-6705 and asked that I called back immediately. So I did. It rang and rang and rang, and rang some more. Then I could hear the line switch... like the call had been forwarded to another line. After two rings, I think Latisha answered. I said that I got a message that didn't explain what it was about, and I asked who she was. She said she was from RPM, and asked if the number I was calling from (my cell phone) was the number they called. Yes. Then she said she was looking for a woman whose name I'd never heard before. I told her that she was not the owner of this phone number. Latisha told me she'd remove my number from her account, and that was it. If you google the number (and some variations: 7111, 7113, etc), you will find multiple comments about attempted fraud that this "collection agency" has allegedly committed. They never asked for my own information, but I wasn't going to give it even if they did.
 Jan 14th, 2010
Called and hung up.
 Jul 09th, 2009
Bill collector called, caller id shows Cellular call this is illegal! They must show their company's name or they all falsy identifying their company which is against FDCPA. They must be made to stop this.
 May 12th, 2009
called me and didn't leave a message. Bill collector?
 May 04th, 2009
Recording saying please have the business owner call 800-618-6705 for an important message.
 Apr 22nd, 2009