Scam number. Claiming to be with Social Security.
 Jul 29th, 2019
Where is this number coming from?
 Sep 14th, 2017
Life lock says this is a scam
New York
 Aug 04th, 2017
Life lock days this is a scam
New York
 Aug 04th, 2017
Just received a clearly bogus student loan collection agency bill in the postal mail at my business name and address from the following company - Performant Recovery Inc. Their phone numbers are : 209-858-3500 aka 209-858-3850 aka 209-858-0600 aka 325-224-6001 aka 325-224-6504 aka 325-224-6728 aka 510-636-0505 aka 510-636-0300 aka 510-636-0400 aka 510-636-0666 aka 510-639-2353 aka 541-955-7800 aka 717-961-5107 aka 800-766-0190 aka 800-766-7617 aka 800-866-5317 aka 800-927-7667 aka 888-310-2006 aka 888-335-6267 aka 925-960-4766 aka 925-960-4800 aka 925-960-4880. Their websites are : aka aka aka Their business names are : Performant aka Performant Recovery Inc aka Performant Financial Corporation aka Diversified Collection Services Inc aka DCS Inc. Their addresses are : P. O. Box 9054 Pleasanton CA 94566-9054, P. O. Box 9057 Pleasanton CA 94566-9057, 333 North Canyons Parkway Suite 100 Livermore CA 94551, with other locations in Pleasanton CA, Lathrop CA, Grants Pass OR, San Angelo TX, and Miami Lakes FL. The representatives name is Hal Cox. The supposed Amount Referred : $240.91. The supposed Current Balance : $192.73. The supposed Pay This Amount : $38.55. The supposed Due Date : 12-13-14. This postal mailing is in direct violation of the FDCPA Section 809 (b). Our business has NO prior notices of ANY delinquent accounts, no outstanding student loans, no outstanding debts other than to our regular Net 30 distributors (who would call us if we were past due, which we are not). We clearly do not have any debt with them or anyone else, so this past due collection attempt is clearly FRAUD. We WILL be filling a formal complaint directly with the BBB, the, and the AG's Office of California for attempted fraud.
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 Dec 08th, 2014
DSC Collectors masking caller ID. Their number is: 1-800-866-5317.
 Jul 11th, 2012
 Mar 06th, 2012
Call was actually for my adult child who hasn't lived here for over ten years.
 Nov 03rd, 2010
Received a call from a Julie James from this number. Asked that I call her back at 1-800-866-5317. Called back four times next day and only got her answering machine. Left a message for her to call me back but better have her legal ducks lined up because I would be asking for legal, notarized copies of all paperwork and would be recording the call for possible legal action. Haven't heard back yet, been three days.
 Mar 18th, 2010
Received voicemail message from a ERICA ROMO, looking for contact info for a relative, who was identified with info about ten years old. Caller left the 800 number 800-866-5317 ext.3660 for return call. Called back and talked to this person and gave them relative's email address. She said that they didn't have email at her work (???); wanted relative to call her and gave another number: 209-858-3660. Would not say what this was about, claimed that it was time sensitive. Smelled a rat -- dropped it.
 Mar 26th, 2009
Initial call got blocked as they were trying to hide who they were; using call routing to display a local number. A neighbor came by 2 days later stating they received a call from same company on my behalf. Telling them I had called this company back in Dec and they were now trying to reach me to lend me some help. Having now done Internet searches and knowing I didn't call this company, I believe they're a very devious Credit Recovery Service. My searches returned a relationship to Citibank's Credit Card Service; I owed them before becoming disabled. Based on their actions and everything else, I can only assume this is whom the number belongs to. The actual company name is DuPont De Nemours, it is not DuPont Chemical; they designate "E I" in their name. They're also using a Toll Free number; 800-866-5317; if they can leave a message. If you're on Verizon and want to activate Call Block; wait for dial tone, press Star Key followed by 77, then hang up. Press the Star Key and then 87 to deactivate it.
 Feb 07th, 2009