Liason at Oxford Management Services: Christus Papamichael 570-504-7973, call him.
I'm sure that MOST of you who are getting these calls, OWE A DEBT. Why do you make THEM look like the bad guys when YOU are the one who DIDN'T pay YOUR BILL?!?!?!!!"
I'm sure you owe a debt or 2 yourself. What Oxford Management does is break the law trying to collect on debts that have been paid in full or possibly discharged from a bankruptcy. They harass consumers and ignore the FDCPA.
I think you may work @ Oxford and you may possibly be 1 of the bottom feeders that ignore the FDCPA or possibly don't even know what the FDCPA is. Get a real job and stop harassing people.
I'm sure that MOST of you who are getting these calls, OWE A DEBT. Why do you make THEM look like the bad guys when YOU are the one who DIDN'T pay YOUR BILL?!?!?!!!
Report them. Oxford Management have already been fined by the FTC for their illegal practices. Making a complaint to the FTC does work!
WASHINGTON, July 2, 2009 -- The Federal Trade Commission issued the following press release:
The operators of a debt collection company (Oxford Management) that used false threats and other unlawful tactics to collect consumers' debts have agreed to settle Federal Trade Commission charges that they violated federal law. The settlements bar future violations and require the defendants to pay $225, 000.
According to the FTC complaint, the defendants, who had about three million consumer accounts and collected debts in every state, falsely threatened that nonpayment of debt would result in garnishment of consumers' wages, arrest, or legal action.
The person calling from Oxford Management phoned me at 7:55a.m. and I told him it was illegal for him to be calling at that hour and besides my husband who has been ill for over a year was still asleep. He got belligerent with me and I hung up on him. I have filed a complaint with the FTC.
This is Oxford Management. A debt collection company. They called, 1-19-2010, at 9:25 PM, EST. They are an east coast company, so no excuse for calling at that hour. I will be turning in a complaint to the FTC regarding their violation.
Tom McKenna Jan 20th, 2010
I found the easiest way to get rid of their calls is to simply change your phone number and make it unlisted. If you do that never give out your new number to anyone outside of your friends and associates. I also got a Google Voice account to use for everything else, you can view it here:(https://www.google.com/voice). Google voice also lets you easily block phone numbers and lets you make outgoing calls from your cell phone with the Google Voice number displayed as the caller id... Works for me.
oxford caller said she was not worried about companies going out of business she said that was their problem.
Answering machine light, no message. Used an 800 number below to call them back. Pressed "0" for operator. Someone sent mail to a stranger at my address a few weeks ago. Oxford's was a followup call looking for them. Their rep immediately said my number would be removed from their system. Sounds like they do this many times a day.
Oxford Management, another bottom feeder debt collector, calls repeatedly, but will not leave a message nor identify themselves properly on Caller ID, shows as "Unavailable" for callers name. Don't want to leave any message, then your wasting your time dialing my number, as a matter of personal policy, I do not answer calls from 800, 866, 877, or unidentified out of state calls from areas where I do not know anyone, like from Scranton PA...
Internet search shows this number is one of many numbers used by Oxford Management SVCS; a Scranton, PA based collection agency.