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NCO phone
 Jul 17th, 2011
They call and hang up constantly! The one time I answered and asked who they were, they wouldn't tell me so I hung up on them. Guess what people.....that is the LAST TIME I will talk to you!
Sylvia
 Jun 20th, 2007
NEVER GIVE A DEBT COLLECTOR YOUR BANKING OR CREDIT CARD INFORMATION. MAKE THEM VALIDATE THEIR CLAIMS.
sara
 May 11th, 2007
If you receive a collection notice from NCO DISPUTE IT! Even though you will never receive a reply, it is important that you use the law to your advantage. NCO aptly fits the saying; "the right hand hasn't a clue what the left hand is doing" Untrained! Brain-Dead! Idiots!

THANK GOD FOR THE FAIR DEBT COLLECTION PRACTICES ACT!! Someone in Washington must have had a dream about companies like NCO to enact the law. THANK YOU! THANK YOU!

WATCH YOUR WALLET, YOUR CHECKBOOK AND YOUR CREDIT CARDS WHEN DEALING WITH THESE SLIPPERY CONS OF THE COLLECTION WORLD, THEY WILL EMPTY YOU OUT!
Sensible
 May 03rd, 2007
CAN YOU SAY...DIRTBAGS!?
sylvia
 May 01st, 2007
Continued from above.....

Jason Platts says his family can't thank Western New York enough for their help and calls the night an Amber Alert was issued when his child was kidnapped.

The case began at 7:45 Monday evening, Serenity's mother says a grandmother was watching the four-year-old girl in the family's home on Tremont Street when a former family friend, David Grover, came into the house to use the bathroom. When the grandmother returned to the room, she says both Serenity and Grover had disappeared.

Police launched a massive search, even issuing an Amber Alert to try to find David Grover and Serenity Platts. Around 12:15am Tuesday a car pulled up and dropped the girl off at her house.

A short time later Grover was taken into custody by police on Niagara Falls Boulevard in Amherst.
Spike
 Apr 30th, 2007
Is this an NCO Collector?

Bail Reduced For Kidnapping Suspect

Posted by: Claudine Ewing, Reporter
Created: 4/2/2007 8:48 PM
Updated: 4/7/2007 6:18 PM

It was $200,000 but now, bail for David Grover is $20,000. He's the man charged with kidnapping a four year old North Tonawanda girl earlier this week.

2 On Your Side has obtained a copy of David Grover's statement to police. In it, he details why he went to the child's home and how she ended up in his car for four hours.

Grover has been arraigned in North Tonawanda on charges related to the Monday night abduction of four year old Serenity Platts. Judge William Lewis set bail at $200,000.

The little girl was taken from her home shorlty before 8:00 pm and dropped off nearly four hours later. Authorities say there was no sign that the child was physically abused. Still, no motive for the kidnapping has been released.

Continued below.......
Spike
 Apr 30th, 2007
NCO is a money-mill, gobbling up competitors, buying portfolios of old debts for pennies, and expanding globally. These money-beggars are making their bottom-line profits at the expense and abuse of consumers.

One wonders how many lawsuits are NOT being filed because consumers do not know their rights or that NCO CAN be held accountable for their illegal debt collection practices.

Apparently, NCO is not spending enough time and money to properly train their debt collectors in accordance with law, the FDCPA. Do they hire any derelict that may be in-between court and treatment dates simply to harass, abuse, and oppress consumers? There is no mention of drug testing at their web site, so can you be hired at NCO if one has bad habits and a need for fast-cash. This must be a 'dream-job' for anyone with a prison record, drug habit, or any con artist out to defraud some fast money off unsuspecting consumers. Are you aware of the personal consumer information these money beggars have access to? I shudder to think how much information is being illegally used at agencies such as NCO. You should be VERY nervous about the type of individuals who have this unprecedented and OPEN ACCESS TO ALL OF YOUR PERSONAL INFORMATION!

It's just a matter of time until collectors start calling with accents from countries like India, Pakistan.
Sam
 Apr 26th, 2007
NCO Financial Systems, Inc. ****
( Also goes by the name of NCO Portfolio Management)
507 Prudential Rd
Horsham, PA 19044-2308
Phone: 215-441-3000
Fax: 215-441-3923
Web Address: www.ncogroup.com

NCO is so bad, that in 2003, they have been sued 40 times for violations of the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA). These suits are usually filed when consumers are abused in violation of state and federal debt collection laws.
sara
 Apr 26th, 2007
ONE OF AMERICA'S WORST COLLECTION AGENCYS!

NEVER give them ANY information!
Do not let NCO's under-trained, uneducated and FDCPA lacking debt-collectors make a paycheck at your expense.
Big agencies pay big salaries to their ego-driven brass. NCO should spend a lot more time training their collectors and dealing with consumer complaints, in this case BIGGER does NOT mean BETTER! (Except for Kinky and his top brass team of money beggars)
Sam
 Apr 26th, 2007
Called L/M stating to call NCO Financial System a collections agency for Chase Bank
Sarah
 Feb 09th, 2007
Recently, since the new year, i have started receiving phone calls on my cell phone from an "unknown" number. When I answer the phone it is a recording, telling me it is a business call and I am to stay on the line until someone can get back to me. I just hang up, and not worry about it.
John
 Feb 08th, 2007
I called them back and they answered NCO
JJ
 Feb 08th, 2007
Caller ID shows Tollfree Number but they left voicemail identifying themself as NCO Financial Services
Not Disclosed
 Feb 08th, 2007

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