Called at 21:42 asking for"Hanna"...when I told the woman on the other line there was no "Hanna" here, she said "I'll call back" and hung up the phone. Makes me curious as to who this is...
Called my brother's phone...he answered, and it was a robo message asking for "Trina".....
don't know who calls so much, but I hope it stops
The reluctance to record messages is usually out of fear of triggering a lawsuit over a privacy violation. If you're not the target of the skip trace, send a cease-comm notice via USPS Certified with card. The FTC and many consumer watchdogs explain how to draft one.
Resident47 Aug 07th, 2011
They called here, did not leave a message. I called them back to find out who they were, and they said it was Credit Management, but they did not have my phone number in the calling system. I said "You called me, and I hit redial to call your number, so it had to come from you!" They still could not find any info related to my phone number. They called to interrupt dinnertime... thanks a lot, axxholes!
Credit Management (found out who it as when I called back)
Keep calling never say anything, so I called back. The lady asked me for a reference number. I told her I didn't have one, but "you people keep calling my house and not saying anything, so you need to stop calling my house". She asked for my telephone number. I gave it to her and she asked me to hold. I just hung up.
This is Credit Maanagement that does not say a word when you answer. Whats the point in calling if yoiu don't say anything.. Dumb Ass
NO important Apr 26th, 2011
DEBT COLLECTOR - CREDIT MANAGEMENT
Collectors don't prank, "No Clue", they skip trace. You don't need a valid debt to be chased for one, or to be pestered into helping them find the alleged debtor.
If you are receiving repeated, misdirected, and/or abusive calls from a third party debt collector, you may find relief in the provisions of the FDCPA, the Federal law which regulates collector behavior and provides you simple tools for your own defense. It grants you control of how you are contacted, and collectors can be sued for their crimes. Learn your rights and first response tactics at FTC-dot-gov. See also your state laws for additional support.
Resident47 Nov 26th, 2010
scam taking advantage of the economy Of course being that the economy sucks it could be legit. Just tell them you would rather owe them the money then beat them out of the money and hang up!
This number has called me 1 to 2 times a week for 4 weeks now. It says i have to call back regarding my debt that I owe on - gives a really quick phone number and reference number then hangs up. I have no debt. I looked at my credit. there are no outstanding balances. I think this is a prank.
no message. Just calling two nights in a row, both 5 minutes before 9 pm.
no message. they call me at least once a day
This person called twice in one hour.
pissed off Sep 13th, 2010