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Here's just some Portfolio Recovery Associates' numbers

404-921-2537

407-347-4014

954-622-9827

859-586-9557

620-662-8870

678-275-8928

731-984-7690

205-588-8181

731-215-8010

702-410-7497

702-410-7489

702-410-7076

702-410-7069

407-347-6414

412-235-6111

404-592-5171

404-719-4368

757-961-3544

407-347-4021

205-423-4020

847 994 2540

518 207 3602

404 921 2521

484 489 2841

484 489 2840

626 209 2244

626 209 2241

800 772 1413

410 575 1863

620 662 1492

859 918 0780

678 265 1576

678 265 1568

858 346 1184

800 860 0644

443 313 1382

443 313 1381

412 282 1423

412 282 1422

412 282 1421

440 580 0721

440 580 0720

877 803 0008

757 864 0020

914 513 0163

571 261 0047
Watchman
 Jun 25th, 2013
"It is RPM - Receivables Performance Management, a debt collector based in Lynwood Washington. They are a nasty bunch, bottom feeder debt collector. The call shows up in the caller ID as if it is a call from Temperancevi, Virginia ... but that is for deceptive purposes only. Like several other debt collectors they are using a VOIP telephone system in which they can obtain different telephone numbers from different areas of the country to make their telephone calls appear as if it is a different party/person.
Don't be afraid to answer the phone, talk to them and let them know that the telephone call is going to be recorded to maintain compliance with the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA) and also for TCPA (Telephone Consumer's Protection Act).
Document everything that they say - especially any kind of threats about sending you to jail, taking legal action against you, or contacting your employer, family members and/or friends.
When the telephone conversation is finishing, tell them to not contact you per telephone call again. If you owe money on a debt, tell them to send you the information per letter. If they do not send you the information per letter after five working days after the initial contact (telephone call), they no longer have the right to try to collect the alleged debt.

Kinda strange that as the call was coming in, the phone number on my caller ID read 797-027-1528, but after it went to voicemail and hung up the number read 757-990-8972. Looks like they are trying to pull a fast one. I always research a phone # before I answer it since there are alot of crooks and scammers out there.

Other RPM #'s are:
757-990-8973
757-990-8975
571-261-0047
703-291-9039
888-745-9332
Other RPM #'s I found on the internet search:
425-354-1559
425-354-1554
877-233-8521
877-233-8527
Matt Mann
 Jan 07th, 2012
Another complaint here - got a call from these folks a few days ago asking forme to pay a very-old overdue bill (for which they refused to provide any written evidence that I owe).
Paul Goyette
 Sep 22nd, 2011
Man that called me, I know did not believe I wasn't the person he was looking for. It just so happens I have HER old phone number.
So because I am a woman also he didn't believe me that I wasn't Erin Burchnell, the person he is looking for. I also got a call from them showing phone number 571-261-0047. This time it was a lady and I explained that I wasn't this person (Erin) she was looking for. But this time I told her I would report them to my Attorney General's office with harassment. I have done it before and I'll do it again! And yes, I do plan on reporting Erin's name each time I get a call for her.
Joan
 Sep 13th, 2011
Verbal denials got you (predictably) nowhere, I take it. Send RPM a cease-comm notice via USPS Certified with return card. The FTC and many consumer watchdogs explain how to draft one.

Learn how to exercise your FDCPA rights as an alleged debtor at FTC-dot-gov.
http://www.ftc.gov/os/statutes/fdcpajump.shtm
Resident47
 Aug 06th, 2011
A collection Agent on behave of Verison. I owe nothing and they keep calling.
BJ
 Aug 06th, 2011

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