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Alliance One
1160 Centre Pointe Drive
Mendota Heights, MN 55120
800-858-4472

In 1999, Alliance One Receivables Management Inc. was created by mergers and acquisitions of five different companies. Under Teleperformance, Alliance One has facilities from South America to India, from the U.S. to the Philippines and even the Caribbean. Teleperformance boasts over 275 call centers and is positioned in 45 countries. Alliance One has also is in a wide variety of sectors, such as health care, retail, telecommunications, utilities, financial services, and even the government. Their client roster includes over 500 government entities and courts

Most collection agencies operate on a contingency basis, which means that they do not get paid by their client unless and until they collect from the consumer. If and when the agency receives monies from a consumer, the agency then gives their client a pre-determined percentage of the monies recovered. The remainder belongs to the agency.

Oftentimes, debt collection agencies buy these debts for just pennies on the dollar. The debt collector is free to seek as much money from the consumer as they can regardless of what they paid to buy the debt. This amounts to large profit margins for them.

Typically, employees of debt collection agencies are motivated with performance-based bonuses determined by the amount of money they are able to collect from a consumer.

Regardless of what specific methods a debt collection agency uses in their attempts to collect a debt, it is clear that the agency is in the business of making money first and foremost. And that money comes from you – the consumer. Hopefully, you now have a better understanding as to why collection agencies use such aggressive behavior in their interaction with consumers.

Consumers around the globe have long complained about the unfair and often unethical tactics used by debt collection agencies and thus, the FDCPA - a federal law meant for the protection of consumers. It encompasses a set of rules governing the activities of collection agencies.

Associated Phone Numbers Used By Alliance One:

877-541-8420, 866-398-7644, 866-354-6090, 866-590-6322, 866-672-3299, 866-398-7430, 866-385-0277, 866-402-1273, 866-881-6004, 866-367-6660, 877-853-4441, 866-385-0269, 866-385-0297, 866-583-1397, 866-654-8501, 888-419-2387, 877-533-3232, 800-276-1475, 866-418-8567, 866-673-4682, 888-698-5335, 800-346-7979, 866-590-6323, 866-381-0647, 866-654-8514, 253-620-7329, 866-385-0222, 651-255-4154, 877-298-1919, 514-858-6266, 877-888-1711, 866-861-8471, 416-447-8899, 877-607-8873, 800-640-8836, 866-881-6005, 877-447-8899, 888-541-7018, 800-279-3480, 877-511-6070, 877-226-8228, 866-615-0531, 866-811-5719, 866-811-5712, 800-254-9917, 866-320-5854, 215-354-5500, 215-354-5503, 866-699-0981, 888-419-8106, 709-753-7985, 888-419-2383, 866-833-6028, 709-753-3603, 419-740-6400, 253-620-7331, 866-779-1109, 800-215-8756, 800-215-8752, 888-259-8278, 866-672-3304, 866-672-3303, 877-858-6682, 866-259-6725, 866-834-2446, 888-838-9965, 866-590-6320, 800-858-1491, 877-480-5110, 866-776-3415, 866-673-4690, 888-838-9953, 866-673-4692, 877-753-3603, 800-858-4506, 800-777-5257, 651-255-4098, 866-441-2276, 800-628-8214, 877-209-0626, 866-897-5311, 888-409-6418, 866-583-3417, 866-672-3306, 866-461-1047, 253-620-2230, 866-226-7022, 866-398-7476, 954-935-2413, 866-902-3676, 866-833-2569, 866-833-2562, 888-652-1389, 888-634-5406, 866-259-6734, 866-902-3679, 866-259-6726, 866-619-0650, 866-278-2867, 877-227-0060, 877-227-0055, 877-768-8250, 877-354-9287, 800-858-5797, 866-528-0702, 866-395-0454, 800-413-5541, 866-554-5619, 800-858-5799, 416-364-1114, 416-364-1112, 800-858-4234, 866-648-2974, 888-307-5188, 616-954-2300, 855-869-2160, 888-826-7893, 866-259-6735, 877-888-1710, 800-764-4236, 800-410-3437, 800-858-1495, 866-834-4924, 877-560-3657, 866-654-8513, 877-560-0289, 425-658-9265, 800-858-1498, 877-801-4329, 888-409-6412, 888-753-7984, 888-412-9967, 800-762-9831, 888-211-1330, 866-224-5075, 866-897-5308, 800-661-1353, 888-319-0257, 416-447-0060, 888-412-9959, 800-858-5676, 866-661-4632, 877-503-2127, 877-852-8754, 888-647-2820, 877-801-9084, 405-425-1500, 651-255-4083, 888-307-5183, 651-251-7478, 800-981-5789, 877-656-0570, 866-367-6654, 651-255-2029, 866-366-6140, 866-808-5196, 888-860-8331, 888-214-7818, 646-649-8844, 800-658-3259, 866-883-4919, 866-833-6023, 877-589-3454, 866-360-2906, 651-255-4038, 888-799-7982, 888-860-8329, 866-286-9617, 866-340-0441, 888-891-6691, 888-781-7459, 651-255-2000, 866-367-1157, 888-802-4404, 651-255-4161, 800-858-4430, 877-560-4692, 888-380-3812, 866-298-1802, 253-620-2222, 877-662-8810, 503-922-1395, 888-236-7386, 866-589-7277, 800-858-1531, 800-858-4199, 800-479-6515, 866-453-8458, 877-768-8254, 877-451-2617, 877-355-0551, 714-495-4806, 800-485-2884, 713-260-7625, 866-225-3707, 866-377-5808, 888-816-8803, 709-753-4633, 877-209-0625, 877-511-6069, 877-533-3190, 615-687-1192, 651-255-4013, 800-858-4139, 651-255-2170, 651-204-1346, 877-209-0623, 877-560-4693, 651-255-4060, 866-204-3659, 888-409-8679, 800-658-3281, 215-268-0064, 651-255-7062, 888-647-2814, 866-834-4926, 817-786-3304, 817-786-3302, 800-482-4258, 651-255-4125, 800-514-4039, 877-813-9079, 877-813-9072, 866-378-6162, 770-988-9054, 800-858-1496, 651-255-4056, 866-590-6321, 651-255-4061, 877-813-2903, 888-816-8797, 800-410-1602, 866-269-8579, 877-607-8870, 866-381-0655, 800-658-3031, 877-264-4486, 888-634-5403, 877-560-3656, 866-554-5630, 800-858-4559, 877-813-2904, 866-381-0457, 888-211-5750, 800-769-7203, 866-418-2772, 709-753-5250, 866-861-8469, 877-533-3202, 877-560-0389, 651-255-4166, 877-209-0622, 888-211-3902, 866-834-4949, 651-251-0286, 800-858-4353, 866-855-0727, 877-560-3658, 888-838-9964, 877-801-9608, 866-770-7560, 215-442-7094, 651-255-7719, 816-584-2070, 866-515-3451, 866-278-2860, 651-255-7754, 866-592-9473, 651-255-7717, 877-753-7053, 877-560-0294, 800-858-4558, 651-255-2011, 651-251-7655

POSTING DATE & TIME: SUNDAY, 16 JUNE, 2013 @13:00
Larry_Lawyer
 Jun 16th, 2013
Total scammers with a call center in India. Do not do business.
Khyron
 Apr 12th, 2008
Was called by automated message claiming this was the third time they tried to reach me.
Lie: My caller ID clearly records that this was their first call.
They (the recording) then stated that I have been overpaying interest on my credit card according to their records.
Lie: I have no business relationship with MCS, for them to have access to any of my credit card payment records is either impossible or illegal.
The pitch then named several credit card companies (amex, diners, visa) and said that they could reduce my payments/interest to these companies.
Lie: See above, though now it's a little bit of a shotgun approach.
Finally I was instructed to press 1 to speak to an agent or 3 to be removed from the list.
Lie: There was no confirmation - even the crappiest of IVR's from a reputable company would confirm my choice of '3'.
From other posts recently on this site it seems there are a number of phone calls being made by 'MCS Credit' that appear to be phishing/vishing/identity theft/fraud attempts.
ac
 Apr 04th, 2008

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