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Called three times in an hour and a half. Number has been traced, and if they call again, we will send the local
SWAT team out to arrest every employee for wire fraud and racketeering!!!
FL Sheriff
 Dec 20th, 2015
Get this call every couple of days, wanting to speak to some guy that I've never heard of. Best to just delete and ignore since Do Not Call registry doesnt seem to block these numbers.
Ticked off
 Feb 19th, 2014
Contact Information:

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
The have called me several times looking for somebody else. said press 2 if not correct person, also gave # to call some guy if I was correct person. I called the 1-800 # and told them they were harrasing me and had called a do not call # and that there was nobody here by the name they were calling for. Gave warnning I would report them to FTC's office if they did not stop calling.
Kathy
 May 16th, 2013
Call frequently wanting to speak to someone who doesn't live at the house. Recorded message. Call 1-800-456-8858 Alliance something.
Keith
 Jul 06th, 2007
Voice recording asking for someone I have never heard of to contact their office at 800-254-9917. Alliance One collection agency.
Nate
 Jun 11th, 2007
I get calls form them every week or so... It's the office of Alliance One, a Junk Debt Buyer. Collection Agency. NOt a good idea to talk to them...if your convo is not recorded anyhow... the voicemail wanted me to talk to "Mrs. King".
Michael
 May 25th, 2007
Call Mrs. King at AOI

!!!!This company goes after individuals for suposed unpaid bills from years prior. The claim they have on file is often several years old before they ever notify you.

I have caught Med. and Dental offices charging patients for work not done. They do this inorder to recover money that insurance companies will not pay them because thier fees are inflated and are above the agreement limit set in their contract with your insurance co..

The Dr. will often resubmit bills to insurance or the client after the bill has been disputed and resubmit it to the client calling the service rendered something entirely different in order to extract $$ they could not get from you the first time.

They bank on you forgeting the work you had done or not knowing what the tests or procedures where called.

Either way...medical offices often resubmit these claims after many years and sometimes the collection agencies will submit claims already paid in order to get more money...
Enlighten
 May 17th, 2007
Computer voice left message to call Mrs. King at the offices of AOI.
I don't know any Mrs. King or AOI company. Deleted message.
Debbie
 Mar 22nd, 2007
----Paul----
Months of this. "Maria Idelana" please call for Mrs. King at AOI". Actually pressed 9 to connect, Minute Waltz repeated between thank you recordings. ergh! stop!


I have the same thing happen to me but I was able to connect and when I got through there was a man. I said "You have the wrong phone number please stop calling me." then I hung up . 1 min. later I got an unknown number called I answered saying this is kevin speaking, then the same guy says kevin, phone educate is... click I hung up, no phone educate is not calling the wrong number wasting my time for the last few months.
Kevin
 Dec 05th, 2006
they called three times. same computer voice asking for a call back. didn't know who they were so goggled their # and got here. thanks for this information, i won't bother calling them back.
derek
 Dec 03rd, 2006
Months of this. "Maria Idelana" please call for Mrs. King at AOI". Actually pressed 9 to connect, Minute Waltz repeated between thank you recordings. ergh! stop!
Paul
 Nov 22nd, 2006
Apparently some robot wants "Rebecca Jolly" to call "Mrs. King".
Amy
 Nov 13th, 2006
I have received many of these calls over the past several months. A synthesized voice requests a person (whose name I can not understand) to call AOI at 1-800-254-9917.
Tom
 Nov 06th, 2006
One more of many of these calls over the last couple of months. Synthesized voice asks for person (often mis-pronounced) to call the "offices of AOI". Some calls have said to "Call Mrs. King at AOI."
John
 Nov 03rd, 2006
Left a message butchering the pronunciation of my first name. Wanted me to call the 'Offices of AOI'. Didn't bother
Mike
 Nov 03rd, 2006
Alliance One Credit Card
Sparky
 Oct 27th, 2006
Credit Card company
Keith
 Sep 11th, 2006

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