Have already filed a complaint. Calling for a person who does not reside at the number. Going to file another complaint.
Pat Lowery Nov 21st, 2012
Nan: I wouldn't bother with any (in)action path provided by a debt collector. ERC may overrun your ability to block calls besides. Send 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.
Resident47 Sep 14th, 2011
Got a call from this number while gone. Answering machine picked up. Message left that they were looking for someone with what I think was just last name. Got me could not understand.Said it was Bob from Enchanced recovery company and to call him at this number. Or go to www.kerc.com and put in a reference number they gave. Have no idea what they want and who they are looking for so decided to go to web site to see what this was. Well when I went to go there I got that this domain was for sale. What a joke. I am elderly and do not have any debts what so ever and have not had any for over 20 years which were all paid but this is interesting. Anyway I do have call block on my phone and after reading about how they harass I blocked the number. Now all they will get is one ring and then a busy signal.
Junk debt buyers who try to collect on debt long past the statute of limitations.
Another automated call for someone else. Too bad for the caller that I do not have any outstanding debts.
Another collections jerk calling for someone else. Too bad I don't have any bad debts....