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Accounts Receivable Management is a collection agency that has been in business since 1975. Accounts Receivable Management is headquartered in Thorofare, New Jersey, and has offices in Louisville, Kentucky, and Midland, Georgia. Accounts Receivable Management collects on debt originally owed to credit card companies, retail stores, hospitals, auto finance companies, and student loan companies.

According to its Web site, Accounts Receivable Management’s “commitment to service and excellence is second to none.” However, according to its track record, Accounts Receivable Management’s collection activities shed a much different light when analyzed under the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act. The FDCPA has been around for almost 35 years. The FDCPA is a federal law that applies to every state. In other words, everyone is protected by the FDCPA. The FDCPA is essentially a laundry list of what debt collects can and cannot do while collecting a debt, as well as things debt collectors must do while collecting a debt.

According to the Public Access to Court Electronic Records (PACER), Accounts Receivable Management has been sued over 100 times in the last 3 years for debt collection harassment. It does not get any better for Accounts Receivable Management on the Better Business Bureau. The Better Business Bureau has processed over 70 billing/collection issues, and over 85 total complaints, regarding Accounts Receivable Management in the last three years.

Accounts Receivable Management has several telephone numbers it places debt collection calls from. Accounts Receivable Management may be calling you from the following telephone numbers: 800-220-3350, 954-874-9920, 832-260-0414, 866-932-6801, 888-548-8829, 866-937-2249, 866-932-6805, 866-998-8526, 231-306-4788, 803-325-1158, 602-274-9911, 866-932-6810, 877-813-2900, 866-932-6721, 866-679-4046, 800-303-1995, 866-839-8858, 800-777-6116, 732-726-5692, 856-931-4500, 614-322-1696, 443-550-7975, 202-367-9845, 231-337-2146, 269-477-2149, 614-246-9462, 651-319-9163, 714-364-4465, 800-942-1572, 818-251-9361, 856-687-4120, 866-932-6731, 866-932-6770, 866-932-6791, 888-276-8572, 904-421-3330, 208-321-6554, 253-218-3451, 313-483-7070, 502-457-9129, 616-818-7896, 678-331-7211, 757-394-3149, 800-993-4685, 855-593-0070, 856-687-4127, 866-932-6712, 866-932-6741, 866-932-6777, 866-932-6820, 916-529-4409, 973-718-2454, 208-577-6173, 254-230-0272, 405-555-0199, 561-869-4490, 651-304-6390, 678-331-7257, 800-557-2114, 856-472-2473, 866-281-4135, 866-932-6713, 866-932-6750, 866-932-6780, 866-932-6802, 866-932-6822, 888-871-6484, 916-529-4413, 267-439-4927, 425-648-9488, 571-261-0052, 651-304-6871, 702-734-2654, 800-620-4284, 817-717-8245, 856-687-4115, 866-590-1779, 866-932-6726, 866-932-6755, 866-932-6786, 877-696-2660, 888-988-7727, and 952-259-1101.
Is Accounts Receivable Management harassing you over a debt?
Clair Ashmont
 May 30th, 2013
D Web: Collection calls to mobile devices are banned under the FDCPA once the offending agency is notified. It has an entire line devoted to revoking call permission to employers. The law as drafted 33 years ago did not anticipate their issuance of mobile phones, but I would argue this is under the same umbrella.

Of course, since you're not the one being ultimately targeted by the skip trace, you're free to send Allied a cease-comm notice via USPS Certified with card. This turns your demand volume ''to eleven''. The FTC and many consumer watchdogs explain how to draft one. By means of your employment you may sit in an enviable position to sniff out any spoofed or locally routed calls trying to fool you into answering.

S: The DNC registry is for telemarketers, meaning sales. Charities, debt collectors, political speech, and surveyors are all exempt. In case you missed it ..... If you are receiving misdirected or abusive calls from a third party debt collector, you may find relief in the provisions of the FDCPA, which regulates bad collector behavior. Learn your rights at FTC-dot-gov. See also your state laws for additional support.
Resident47
 May 19th, 2011
This number keeps calling my work cell phone which is provided by my company. They harrass the crap out of me looking for someone I don't know. when I had my employer, which is the phone company, check this number out, it is a non working number. My Company is now reporting it to the FTC
D Web
 May 19th, 2011
I'm registered with donotcall.gov but that apparently does not stop 'unknown name' people/companies like the ones represented by 'unknown name' 253.218.3451 from calling at different hours of the day and never leaving a message!
S
 Apr 07th, 2011
"Not a Deadbeat" and other recent commentors: Petmommy has twice already addressed your concerns in this thread, so I'm not going to repeat things you can find with your scroll wheel. I don't agree with her that a cease-comm is the automatic first answer in all cases, nor do I hear of many people succeeding with Law of Novation defenses. I also don't believe huffy threats and legal citations are needed in a first contact. The collectors can read the laws the same as you, and they are not easily intimidated. I have my challenge letters down to a short and polite paragraph, and they all have worked out fine.

If the account was never yours, absolutely shut them up early. If you can be pinned to an account you dispute, the broader wisdom says to first simply get the collector to validate. This places a temporary choke hold on communication, allows time to study your adversary, and prevents the collector from feeling boxed into suing you.

Not-D, I'd agree on the surface the skip tracing appears lax, but you have only your side of the story. The collectors will always start with whatever contact data is attached to the account, and in their place so would I, as a "last known position". Contact data you might find in simple web searches can be quite unreliable. As you've discovered, verbal cease-comms never work, not on people who are lied to daily. Make your demands in print to make them stick.
Resident47
 Oct 02nd, 2010
I received my telephone number 11/12/2006 as part of a Comcast Triple Play deal. I NEVER use this telephone number. In fact, I have to call my cell phone just to find out what the number is. Well, over the past nearly 4 years now I get CONSTANT collection calls for the woman that owned the telephone number before me. In September, I have 4 messages from Allied Collections (253) 218-3451 (amongst others) searching for this woman. The funny thing is that last year I got so fed up I Googled the woman's name and found her current #! If I can do that, then why can't these morons do a proper Skip Trace?? I am calling Comcast to have the phone discontinued. I am tired of calling these yahoo's back to ask them to remove the phone number.
Not a Deadbeat
 Oct 02nd, 2010
this number was already reported to the police.
unknown
 Aug 11th, 2010
These people call me about two or three times a day. It's been happening for about a week or two now, and we're already on the Do Not Call Registry. I never answer, luckily, so maybe this nonsense will stop soon enough. At least they don't leave messages, still...
Cat
 Aug 06th, 2010
Get call from this number and it leaves a message "Return call to 1-800-258-8074 and you may talk to a representative". I called back but they just had an automated setup asking for information that I am not willing to give them.
Kevin
 Jun 03rd, 2010
This number and another from Nebraska has called me several times in the last 2 weeks. When I did call back they immediately called me by the wrong first name. The number is not listed to me and is a Company issued cell phone. I got someone who is located in India and kept referring to me by the wrong first name. He stated that on this date and this date and this date they had sent me collection letters for a debt owed for a 165usd. That the debt was 2003 and had been written off, he said that they are now making an attempt to collect said debt. When I asked him what the debt was he said I knew, and asked if I was going to pay. Accent of the man was very thick and hard to understand, I told him to send me a letter detailing what he wanted to collect and I would see about it. He argued with me and told me to hold on , I hung up. They called me again today and I am just not going to answer it.
Phoenix Rising
 May 22nd, 2010
Debt Collectors – Collection Agency's do NOT fall under Do NOT Call registry, as they are not telemarketers. However, they do constantly violate other Federal Laws, because us American's don't know the laws to protect us. They are counting on that.

- Federal Law says you don't have an obligation to Collection Agencies or Debt Collectors; you can send them a written letter and they cannot contact you after that. This includes Attorney's in state's other than your state of residence. The only Attorney's that can sue you, have to be licensed in your resident state.

A word of caution: Some Law Firms do have Firms in other states, and Lawyers licensed in other states, so you have to do a little research before sending a Cease & Desist (Do Not Call & Go Away letter) to make sure they aren't in your resident state or you're likely to get sued by these #%#&*@!#%&@$^*.

Once a debt collector makes contact with you, they also have to contact you within 5 days after the first phone call, letter etc., and give you validation/proof or judgment of the debt. You are not required to ask for it. They never do this!!!!

This law is known as the Fair Debt Collector Practices Act. You can get it at FTC.gov; as well as other Consumer Protection Laws.

Most collection agencies, purchase your delinquent debt for pennies on the dollar. Guess what? It is no longer your debt!!! You don't have any agreement/contract with the debt collector or collection agency. Your only agreement/contract was with the original creditor.

Do NOT agree to any payment arrangements, or you'll be creating an agreement/contract, where upon initial contact by the Debt Collector, one didn't exist. The collection agencies are counting on you not knowing this little bit of information.

The best advice I can give you is, do NOT talk to these idiots - they will leave you in a frustrated heap on the floor. They lie, and will tell you whatever they need, in order to get you to commit to paying them.

The lies are illegal, but they honestly don't care, they're probably on commission for how much they collect from you and others like you.

If you do answer the phone, do NOT give out your employer, social security #, DL #, Credit Card and/or Bank information, or any personal information. Tell them to send you a written statement & you'll respond. Then hang up. When you get that statement, google, Fair Debt Collection Practices Act and you'll probably find a letter you can send them Or: send the letter I’ve enclosed that I use. Sign and mail that letter Certified Mail, so you have a signature and confirmation of delivery!!!

Allied International Collection Agency


Date:
RE
Account #
Amount in Dispute: $
Account #

Dear :

I am in receipt of your demand for payment. However, this Notice is to confirm that I do not wish to be contacted again by you, and that you are hereby put on Notice to Cease Communication pursuant to 15 USC Section 1692c(c). Failure to comply with said Notice shall result in a complaint filed and submitted to, the Federal Trade Commission, and possible legal remedies in an appropriate United States District Court.

Your representatives have been trying to contact me, I am requesting again that you cease and desist from contacting me. Please remove the phone numbers XXX-XXX-XXXX . The calls constitute harassment at this point, which is causing a major disruption in both my business and personal life as well as being an invasion of my privacy, which I will not tolerate.

If you continue to contact me, I will file a complaint with the Attorney General. The Telephone Consumer Protection Act of 1991, which branched from United States Code Title 47 sect 227, implemented a do-not-call list from solicitors, which mandates a solicitor to abate phone calls to customers who have requested in writing to cease all phone communication. Please comply with federal law or a complaint will be filed.

In addition, PLEASE TAKE NOTICE THAT, I am not waiving my right to dispute the alleged debt asserted herein, but at this time I am under no obligation to respond.

Sincerely,



Your Name
Address
City, state Zip



Certified Mail#:


In the Law of Novation: if a debt is purchased by another, for that to be a legal owed obligation, a new contract / agreement has to be written and signed by all parties. Google Law of Novation and read up!!!

No I am not an attorney, just a well knowledged, educated consumer. I have spent the past 2 years studying various Federal Consumer Protection Laws.

I wasn't just satisfied knowing I could send a letter to a Collection Agency/Debt Collector and they had to go away. I read that in the Fair Debt Collector practices Act law; I needed to know why, what law tells me the reason why I can.

Everything I have typed, I have learned basically on my own through reading, studying, printing out and binding the laws and underlining/highlighting them. Not to mention the knowledge I have gained on my own fighting two lawsuits without an Attorney.

I was sued by a Collection Agency, and waiting for a Court date. The Collection Agency Attorney, sent us a letter willing to dismiss with prejudice our lawsuit, if I dismiss our Cross/Counter Claim for Fair Debt Collector Practices Act violations. Oh, I forgot to mention, we do not have an Attorney representing us; and I have not had any legal experience, in the past whatsoever.

I have read / printed & bound, my State's Rules of Civil Procedure and Rules of Civil Procedure - Evidence. I catch Attorneys on violations of State Rules of Civil Procedure all the time. And our Judge's let them get away with it.

And for those of you who say pay up and quit being a deadbeat; it appears that you have never had your life turned upside down, because a good job, not high paying by any means, but a supposed secure job, got your hours cut by 3/4.

And then a couple years later, as you are just recovering, you lose that job. And when you are in your 50's, a new job is not so easy to come by. And when that happens, then what?

Or what about a major illness, guess you've never had that either - too bad. Maybe if you did, you'd understand why and how people end up getting in financial straights. Not because they chose to, or decided they were going to find loopholes to get out of paying obligations etc.

What if the money isn't there to pay these debts to begin with? We've been barely able to pay a mortgage, let alone credit cards etc. It's easy to tell someone else what to do. I hope someday, something throws your secure little world off its axis, and you find yourself in the very situation as some of us here. Maybe then you'd learn it isn't such a cut/dry situation.

Oh, we've struggled. And the job last hasn't exactly been replaced. We're still behind in our Mortgage and trying to catch up, as with our other legal obligations. I can't work because of various health conditions, or I would, including a part time job at least. My husband started his own company with the tools of the trade, and now contracts for copier, computer, IT technical jobs as he has a computer science degree, and has years of experience in the others, especially the wide format copier / printers / computers.

People, please read the Fair Debt Collector Practices Act; if a Debt Collector violates any one harrassment or other law in there; Federal Laws says you can sue them for $1,000.00 per violation. Do it, and then THEY can pay off YOUR obligations!!!

Again I am not an Attorney - but have learned these by my own experiences. There are Attorneys you could talk to, and I would, if any violations of the laws have occured in your circumstances. I am posting this strictly to help others maybe have a piece of mind, if they are up all night worrying about financial problems, and sick to their stomach in worry as I have been, and still are in some ways. I am again just a well informed, knowledgable consumer, who has spent hours studying the laws, because I had no where else to turn for help. If anything I have written, causes you questions, please seek the advice of an Attorney.

Certain situations such as Mortgages and Car Payment loans usually do not apply here; so you may need to seek the advice of a Lawyer for your individual situation.

© tlcpetmommy copyright 2009 All rights reserved tlcpetmommy@gmail.com
petmommy
 May 13th, 2010
Finally connected with these dolts. They asked me if I was John Doe (not the real name). Having just been awakened from a decent sleep, I was IRATE. If these thimble-brained nitwits can't do simple research, how do they EVER catch skips?
CaptSquid
 Apr 17th, 2010
Third call in 3 days. Recorded female message says we need to call an 800 number about a debt. We have no debt that needs collection-everything is promptly paid for on time. Tried calling the number shown on my phone and get a recording that this number is out of service and no longer exists. Glad I stopped by here to find out its a scam as I suspected. File this under several other suspect calls from people looking for someone with our last name but not anyone who lives here.
LH
 Apr 07th, 2010
Called, left message 2 call 800-504-3429
Dan
 Mar 30th, 2010
These guys always start with repeated and non stop phone calls. This will go on for 4-6 weeks. I just read where they have several offices throughout the US, Dallas, Nebraska, New York, Washington DC, Chicago etc. They do have a website, Allied International Collection Agency.com. I don't think they're the same as Allied Interstate Collection Agency, but until I receive their bill, I won't know.

In my letter sample below, I used the Nebraska address. Your demand letter/statement will probably come from the Dallas, Nebraska or Chicago office. I don't know, they just started calling me today. Please continue reading for a sample letter you can type and send them!!!

Debt Collectors – Collection Agency's do NOT fall under Do NOT Call registry, as they are not telemarketers. However, they do constantly violate other Federal Laws, because us American's don't know the laws to protect us. They are counting on that.

- Federal Law says you don't have an obligation to Collection Agencies or Debt Collectors; you can send them a written letter and they cannot contact you after that. This includes Attorney's in state's other than your state of residence. The only Attorney's that can sue you, have to be licensed in your resident state.

A word of caution: Some Law Firms do have Firms in other states, and Lawyers licensed in other states, so you have to do a little research before sending a Cease & Desist (Do Not Call & Go Away letter) to make sure they aren't in your resident state or you're likely to get sued by these #%#&*@!#%&@$^*.

Once a debt collector makes contact with you, they also have to contact you within 5 days after the first phone call, letter etc., and give you validation/proof or judgment of the debt. You are not required to ask for it. They never do this!!!!

This law is known as the Fair Debt Collector Practices Act. You can get it at FTC.gov; as well as other Consumer Protection Laws.

Most collection agencies, purchase your delinquent debt for pennies on the dollar. Guess what? It is no longer your debt!!! You don't have any agreement/contract with the debt collector or collection agency. Your only agreement/contract was with the original creditor.

Do NOT agree to any payment arrangements, or you'll be creating an agreement/contract, where upon initial contact by the Debt Collector, one didn't exist. The collection agencies are counting on you not knowing this little bit of information.

The best advice I can give you is, do NOT talk to these idiots - they will leave you in a frustrated heap on the floor. They lie, and will tell you whatever they need, in order to get you to commit to paying them.

The lies are illegal, but they honestly don't care, they're probably on commission for how much they collect from you and others like you.

If you do answer the phone, do NOT give out your employer, social security #, DL #, Credit Card and/or Bank information, or any personal information. Tell them to send you a written statement & you'll respond. Then hang up. When you get that statement, google, Fair Debt Collection Practices Act and you'll probably find a letter you can send them Or: send the letter I’ve enclosed that I use. Sign and mail that letter Certified Mail, so you have a signature and confirmation of delivery!!!

Allied International Collection Agency
440 RegencyParkway, Suite 134 •
Omaha, Nebraska 68114
Phone: 402.393.3477 • 800.456.5770
Fax: 402.393.3541 • 800-489-4892
E-mail: info@andc.com

Date:
RE
Account #
Amount in Dispute: $
Account #

Dear :

I am in receipt of your demand for payment. However, this Notice is to confirm that I do not wish to be contacted again by you, and that you are hereby put on Notice to Cease Communication pursuant to 15 USC Section 1692c(c). Failure to comply with said Notice shall result in a complaint filed and submitted to, the Federal Trade Commission, and possible legal remedies in an appropriate United States District Court.

Your representatives have been trying to contact me, I am requesting again that you cease and desist from contacting me. Please remove the phone numbers XXX-XXX-XXXX . The calls constitute harassment at this point, which is causing a major disruption in both my business and personal life as well as being an invasion of my privacy, which I will not tolerate.

If you continue to contact me, I will file a complaint with the Attorney General. The Telephone Consumer Protection Act of 1991, which branched from United States Code Title 47 sect 227, implemented a do-not-call list from solicitors, which mandates a solicitor to abate phone calls to customers who have requested in writing to cease all phone communication. Please comply with federal law or a complaint will be filed.

In addition, PLEASE TAKE NOTICE THAT, I am not waiving my right to dispute the alleged debt asserted herein, but at this time I am under no obligation to respond.

Sincerely,



Your Name
Address
City, state Zip

Certified Mail#:


In the Law of Novation: if a debt is purchased by another, for that to be a legal owed obligation, a new contract / agreement has to be written and signed by all parties. Google Law of Novation and read up!!!

No I am not an attorney, just a well knowledged, educated consumer. I have spent the past 2 years studying various Federal Consumer Protection Laws.

I wasn't just satisfied knowing I could send a letter to a Collection Agency/Debt Collector and they had to go away. I read that in the Fair Debt Collector practices Act law; I needed to know why, what law tells me the reason why I can.

Everything I have typed, I have learned basically on my own through reading, studying, printing out and binding the laws and underlining/highlighting them. Not to mention the knowledge I have gained on my own fighting two lawsuits without an Attorney.

I was sued by a Collection Agency, and waiting for a Court date. The Collection Agency Attorney, sent us a letter willing to dismiss with prejudice our lawsuit, if I dismiss our Cross/Counter Claim for Fair Debt Collector Practices Act violations. Oh, I forgot to mention, we do not have an Attorney representing us; and I have not had any legal experience, in the past whatsoever.

I have read / printed & bound, my State's Rules of Civil Procedure and Rules of Civil Procedure - Evidence. I catch Attorneys on violations of State Rules of Civil Procedure all the time. And our Judge's let them get away with it.

And for those of you who say pay up and quit being a deadbeat; it appears that you have never had your life turned upside down, because a good job, not high paying by any means, but a supposed secure job, got your hours cut by 3/4.

And then a couple years later, as you are just recovering, you lose that job. And when you are in your 50's, a new job is not so easy to come by. And when that happens, then what?

Or what about a major illness, guess you've never had that either - too bad. Maybe if you did, you'd understand why and how people end up getting in financial straights. Not because they chose to, or decided they were going to find loopholes to get out of paying obligations etc.

What if the money isn't there to pay these debts to begin with? We've been barely able to pay a mortgage, let alone credit cards etc. It's easy to tell someone else what to do. I hope someday, something throws your secure little world off its axis, and you find yourself in the very situation as some of us here. Maybe then you'd learn it isn't such a cut/dry situation.

Oh, we've struggled. And the job last hasn't exactly been replaced. We're still behind in our Mortgage and trying to catch up, as with our other legal obligations. I can't work because of various health conditions, or I would, including a part time job at least. My husband started his own company with the tools of the trade, and now contracts for copier, computer, IT technical jobs as he has a computer science degree, and has years of experience in the others, especially the wide format copier / printers / computers.

People, please read the Fair Debt Collector Practices Act; if a Debt Collector violates any one harrassment or other law in there; Federal Laws says you can sue them for $1,000.00 per violation. Do it, and then THEY can pay off YOUR obligations!!!

Again I am not an Attorney - but have learned these by my own experiences. There are Attorneys you could talk to, and I would, if any violations of the laws have occured in your circumstances. I am posting this strictly to help others maybe have a piece of mind, if they are up all night worrying about financial problems, and sick to their stomach in worry as I have been, and still are in some ways. I am again just a well informed, knowledgable consumer, who has spent hours studying the laws, because I had no where else to turn for help. If anything I have written, causes you questions, please seek the advice of an Attorney.

Certain situations such as Mortgages and Car Payment loans usually do not apply here; so you may need to seek the advice of a Lawyer for your individual situation.

© rcmeek copyright 2009 All rights reserved
petmommy
 Mar 23rd, 2010
Someone calling to collect on an old debt belonging to my deceased mother. Didn't get the name of the company.
Linda
 Mar 03rd, 2010
The company's Allied International Credit. Called from this number "regarding a debt." Return number is 1-866-429-7611. No problem getting through at that number. It turned out they had the wrong person--- same name, different SS#. Breathed a sigh of relief. Weekend contines.
AC
 Jan 16th, 2010
mother fuckers suck on it
mr mr
 Jan 12th, 2010
I just got a call from this number also,I put a Block on it.We will see what happens
Yeager
 Jan 07th, 2010
mother fuckers
mr mr
 Dec 31st, 2009
denial of service these bastards there real phone is 2002-220-3028
e5tx nnb
 Dec 31st, 2009
there real # THE WA DC BRANCH IS TEL 202-220-3028 FAX 202-639-8238 MY BE EVERY ONE SHOULD CALL THEM BACK REPEATEDLY
mr mr
 Dec 31st, 2009
Been getting same kind of calls...female is who I spoke saying I had a Quest (phone service) bill overdue. They stated it was from a number we had when we lived in another state and gave us that number (CRAZY). They then asked us to fax them proof that we had paid that bill off when we moved. We asked for the address of the collection agency and "the connection was lost" (hung up). we checked with Quest whom we still have service with...we have no debt. They are looking for you to give them a credit card number, bank account number or something to make the payment then they are going to doing you in good. THIS IS A SCAM!!!!!
Dude
 Nov 26th, 2009
Allied International/Allied Interstate calls my home asking for nine (count them, 9) different people. We just happen to have a common last name as MANY people in this area, so they are making cold calls hoping to get a bite. "Oh yea, that's my cousin, let me give you his number"...yea right! I know NONE of the people they are looking for. You think that's bad enough? They call EVERY day, all day long. And if even THAT is not bad enough, there is a cease and desist order in their file against them calling my number. Do you think they care? They break the law ALL the time. They actually think they are above the law! Anyway, here's their attorney's information, and I encourage ALL here to call him, as I have done: Kurt Tullar, Esq. Vice President, Legal iQor, Inc. (owns Allied Interstate) 335 Madison Ave. 27th Floor New York, N.Y. 10017 Ph: 646-375-6187
Mikki
 Oct 21st, 2009
Two in a row, they ain't going to like the Do Not Call list if they try for three.
Dennis
 Sep 13th, 2009
They are calling for my dead father. This is a scam, I have a similar company doing the same thing to me - do not answer if they call and if you do answer make a complaint with the BBB, Police, etc...
NA
 Sep 12th, 2009
Called but left no message.
Donna
 Sep 12th, 2009
I got a call at my mother's house and they said they need my phone number. My son refused to give it out. Who are these people?
Logan
 Aug 31st, 2009
How can I get this outfit to stop calling? They call all day long. I don't answer as I've heard that once you answer these calls, they never stop. They don't anyway.
Linda
 Aug 25th, 2009
Called me asking for my brother living in another state. I have only had this number for a week and a half. My brother and I have never been associated financially and have lived in different states for over 20 years.
MC
 Jul 25th, 2009
NEVER give out Social security number or any personal data to someone calling. Even if caller ID looks okay. They can have caller ID read whatever they want using scam equipment.

Stoppuppymills.com
Spay andNeuter
 Jun 18th, 2009
They called but their autodialer couldn't navigate my phone tree (yes, I have a business system at home to avoid jokers like this). No message left. Unless they can reach me as a human their robocalls are going to end up in limbo.

At least in my state it is against the law for robocalls - where the hell is the government on this one ????
Wink
 May 27th, 2009
Caller called my sister states away. I called this morning to see who it was. The man said he never called me
e
 May 06th, 2009
SCAM< SCAM alert,
Jones
 Apr 15th, 2009
It's another bottom-feeding debt collection company. I have been called by 8 different companies over the last 6 months. They're looking for a person with the same first and last names, different middle name. Three of the last 4 digits of his SS# match my telephone exchange, so they get a computer match. Each time I tell the company they have the wrong person in the wrong state. They say thanks and hang up, but won't give any info about the debt holder so I can stop the calls. Three weeks later the same thing happens again with a different bottom-feeder.
Dibble
 Feb 26th, 2009
If this is the same Allied Interstate that has been calling me using 253-218-3451 I blocked that number, I guess I'll have to block this one! They keep calling in reference to a debt - I dont' have any outstanding debt. I've reported them to the Do Not Call Registry.
JW
 Feb 18th, 2009
Called and left message about a debt and any assistance in paying that debt would be appreciated. I was to call 866-429-7611. Yeah, right!
Judi
 Feb 12th, 2009
Recieve a call about 3 times every morning, when leaving a message with a person they just ask for a person, but they won't give any information, when leaving a message on voicemail it is a recorded voice that is cut off and company is unknown. When I try to call them back it says number cannot be completed as dialed. Just found out they are a phony company with a scam. Have no idea where they got my number from? I have no idea on what to do?
Annoyed in CO
 Jan 29th, 2009
We've gotten several calls from 253-218-3451 but when I try to call it back I'm told the number can't be reached as dialed. I did a search on that phone number and found several sites that made it clear that it was a phony call. My phone company told me to block the number so we'll see what happens now.
Pissed
 Dec 18th, 2008
I have received several calls from this number and when I look it up online it says ADVANCED TELCOM GROUP, INC. - Olympia, WA.
Gene
 Jun 05th, 2008
3rd call -- allied international about a debt --- called back and can't connect
annoyed in ct5
 Apr 15th, 2008
They called my work cell phone and left a message stating that they were from Allied Interstate calling about a debt, and any assistance in paying that debt would be appreciated. It didn't sound like a recording, but the beginning of the message was cut off. When I call the number they specified (1-866-429-7611) I get a message that all of the operators are currently assisting other customers, and to leave a message with my name, number, and account # or SSN - but then another message that the mailbox is full. Since I don't give my work cell out to creditors, and I'd never heard of these people, I'm assuming it's a scam.
Annoyed in CT4
 Apr 14th, 2008
They really don't like it when I tell them that if they don't leave a message, they will NEVER get through to the person they are trying to reach, because I will always tell them the person isn't there.
celtmaidn
 Mar 21st, 2008
253 218 3451 CALLS AND LEAVES A MESSAGE: ASKS FOR A PERSON THAT I DON'T KNOW: THEY DIDN'T LEAVE A COMPANY NAME.
253 218 3451
 Feb 14th, 2008
Just got a new cell phone and already getting calls from out of state, this number being one of them. Answered the call but no one on other end.
Annoyed in CT3
 Sep 10th, 2007
Get the same message about a debt. with no other information. They call two to three times a day. I have no debt, but have just started a home business and my number is now filed on my dba so that must be where they got it.
TX
 Sep 06th, 2007
Left a message stating they are calling about a debt, gave 866-429-7611 to call back. Asked to leave a name and SSN, and they would call back when THEY are available.
Annoyed in CT2
 Jul 19th, 2007
Voice recording -- Woman voice didn't mention my name, just said it was from Allied International about a debt and to call back 855-429-7611. Keeps calling. I looked up Allied, they are scammers. I won't call them.
Annoyed in CT
 Mar 01st, 2007

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