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''Me'', you've been reporting this number for ten weeks. If your name is on a debt account, FNCB owed you a dunning letter nine weeks ago. Otherwise this is skip tracing for someone else. If you don't answer or return a call at least once you may never find out what they want.

Merely answering a collections call does *not* reset SoL. It's what you say that counts. You can decline to answer questions and turn information flow in your direction.

Gang, the full name is First National Collections Bureau. 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 and provides you simple tools for your own defense. It grants you control of how you are contacted, the right to dispute debt claims, and the means to sue at low cost. Learn your rights and first response tactics at FTC-dot-gov. See also your state laws for additional support.

http://www.ftc.gov/os/statutes/fdcpajump.shtm
Resident47
 Jul 10th, 2011
FNCB attempting to collect on old out of statute debts. Conceals their correct caller ID information in an attempt to trick you into answering. Do not answer or talk to them, particularily if you are not receiving written correspondence from them, answering or discussing any old debt may be inferred as resetting the SOL.
me
 Jul 10th, 2011
Caller left a recorded message from 253-269-0434 with (.) displayed in the caller ID. Referred to 800-824-6191 number for a callback. FNCB?
me
 May 10th, 2011
Caller left a recorded message from 253-269-0434 with (.) displayed in the caller ID. Referred to this number for a callback. FNCB?
me
 May 10th, 2011
Called my cellphone, left no message. Possibly a bill collector located in Auburn, WA?
me
 Apr 30th, 2011

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