Calls me more then 10 times a day. Never leaves a message.
These people will NOT STOP calling!!!! I get at the very least 10 calls a day EVERYDAY!! I just want them to LEAVE ME ALONE!!
These people call about a DOZEN times per day. They will NOT STOP. When I refuse to speak they then harass me by hanging up and calling and hanging up etc. ALL DAY LONG. Even if they were a legit creditor, which I do not know that they are because they will not comply with the laws and give me their name, address, etc. they don't have a right to harass me by calling repeatedly and hanging up. What is the point to the DNC list or the laws about collections!?!?!
just had 800-695-6950 called again they tried to call 3 times yesterday once and today 11:40am I didn't answer it. no voice mail left last time I answered they claimed to be visa 360
These folks have called us in excess of 50 times in 3 days. Caller ID just says out of area or 800 service. I no longer answer calls that have no id.
Woman screamed in my ear and hung up! This is a business phone and they had called 3 times already!
The fact that collection calls are not covered by any DNC registry does not prevent you from filing complaints, Tom. I'm sure your attorney general has an address, and so does the FTC.
The fact that you are annoyed by skip trace calls does not mean their true target is a ''deadbeat'' who passes out decoy phone numbers. You don't know her story or if the debt claim is even valid. It's more likely the call center dug up your number deliberately, or else corrupt records mixed up your number with a stranger's.
Being an original creditor, HSBC is immune to the FDCPA and similar laws unless you live in those few states which cover an OC. Nothing stops you from putting your demands on paper, however. Send a ''cease-communication'' notice via USPS Certified with return card. This is the method promoted by the FTC and many consumer watchdogs, and the only way to set a legal landmine.
Here are those federal rules, on the off chance someone is called by a third party in disguise:
Resident47 Aug 05th, 2012
This company is just plain annoying. They've called 3 times today for somebody called Amy who is a dead beat that either had our number or gave it out. Twice they've hung up and the 3rd time I let them know Amy doesn't live at this number and NOT to call back. Unfortunately it's a collection call not a sales call so you can't report them.
They keep calling. I call back and the maching was requesting the last number of my ID, I did not dial then the call skiped and requested my number account...
Called out of the blue today, three times. First time they immediately hung up. Second time the line stayed live for several seconds as I asked for someone to answer, then it went dead. Third time a woman was on and without identification she hung up after asking for someone who was not here. The first call was reported to the FCC on their complaint page. Each of the other calls were added to the issue with the FCC confirmation number of the first call. [Keep records of date & time, also of your reports to the FCC and the confirmation number of the complaint.] I called back after the woman spoke and was given a run-around after I used the old # 0 trick about three times to confound the automated menu system and was connected to a live person; "Well someone used your number for identification on a loan, so it's your responsibility". Really? Each and every time they call, if they continue, will be added to the FCC complaint. Let's see if the FCC is worth anything.
They call at least 2x per day. Nobody is there no matter how long I wait. Either the line goes dead or I hear a hangup.
C. Kaufman Dec 22nd, 2011
This number has been calling my number a lot. They never leave a message. I am going to do a Seinfeld one of these days to them.
these people are the worst, they do not record your arrangements, they keep calling and are downright STUPID. sure wish there was a way to stop them from calling.my suggestion, do not even answer the phone, makes no differnece if you speak to them or not. ignore the dopes. perhaps we should all not go to boscovs at all.
What kind of business abandons calls made by a predictive dialer? Any and all kinds. It's a common problem, one the FTC doesn't like to see. File complaints with FTC and see if any state collections laws apply to your issues.
Resident47 Aug 04th, 2011
Received this call while I was work. I am far too busy to sit and listen to their message about all of their operators are busy and that I need to hold. Seriously, what kind of business has a "machine" call people then put them on hold when the customer answers. I figured I would hold and when I heard a lady say "hello" I hung up in her ear. I figure it is about the same as me answering and having to hold. Second of all I have no reason for them to be calling me. I don't have time for these stupid calls from them, especially while I am at work.
HSBC have Boscovs accounts...call Mr. Boscovs or a store manager and complain about it...if enough people call they will listen!
boscovs. bunch of no brain people who do not listen to a word you say.
Called three different times asking for three different people and not me, within 2 hours
These people have called me several times and even called me on a Sunday. I don't owe them any money so they are just annoying. I set my phone to ring "silent" when they call so I don't have to bother with them any more.
THESE BABOONS ARE GUTLESS WONDERS WHO HAVE A HEAD/BODY ORFICE PROBLEM. THEY REFUSE TO SAY A WORD. THANK GOODNESS FOR THE *67 FEATURE AND MY POLICE WHISTLE
when you wait to see what they are going to say, the phone clicks, then you hear people talking in the background...and no one ever speaks. This number called my home several times each day this week.
this is HSBC - Best Buy...after talking for quite awhile I realized that the caller could not hang up on me while I was speaking. So I continued to ramble and rant for about an hour. I got tired and finally hung up. I don't know if this was a one time thing or a flaw in thier system.
This is from HSBC "RETAIL" Credit Services. And not HSBC "Credit CARD" Services. To get one to make payment's on ones Account.
And in this case, that is with HP Home & Home Office Account.