Actually, Erica, many states permit single party consent to record calls, making disclosure an option and not a demand. The business custom of announcing recording arose simply to cover calls crossing into two-party states. Furthermore, a collection agency doesn't have to give up any more than a business name, particularly when skip tracing.
Learn how to exercise your FDCPA rights as an alleged debtor at FTC-dot-gov.
Jul 25th, 2011
This is from
FAX # 309-637-3079
124 S.W. Adams St.
Peoria, IL 61602
They will record your conversation without notifying you which is illegal and did not want to give me their FAX # or their address which is also illegal.
Jul 22nd, 2011
Caller ID read "Unavailable." Caller asked for me by first name, then first & last names. I responded, "speaking;" the person then said, "for identification purposes, give me your full date of birth;" I responded, "No, I don't know who you are" and they hung up the telephone. (12:46 EST)
Aug 24th, 2010
they are calling my home, they have the wrong number...they do not give you the chance to tell them that.....they cannot tell who in the office is calling my home....stop calling....even the manager doesn't know who is calling.....sad...not a very good manager and you really need to stop calling my phone....get it right
Jul 01st, 2010
does not tell you who they are, "this call is for "____" call back...
well who are you and why do I need to call you back?
Apr 14th, 2010
This is a collections agency in Peoria, IL who deals with medical services. CBAccounts.