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Arkansas
 Jul 17th, 2017
Despite my telling them to stop calling me because they keep calling here for someone who does live at my house, the calls from these flaming assholes keep coming.
The Curmudgeon
 Sep 16th, 2015
These people have called several times, looking for someone who does not live at this address. I told them that the person they were trying to reach is not at this number, and they said that they would remove my number from their calling list. [***] still keep calling. So much for being polite with these shitforbrains [***].
The Curmudgeon
 Jul 23rd, 2015
Left a message: "This is Jackie Freeman, please give us a call back at 877-541-8420"
California
 Dec 04th, 2014
Contact Information:

Alliance One
1160 Centre Pointe Drive
Mendota Heights, MN 55120
800-858-4472

In 1999, Alliance One Receivables Management Inc. was created by mergers and acquisitions of five different companies. Under Teleperformance, Alliance One has facilities from South America to India, from the U.S. to the Philippines and even the Caribbean. Teleperformance boasts over 275 call centers and is positioned in 45 countries. Alliance One has also is in a wide variety of sectors, such as health care, retail, telecommunications, utilities, financial services, and even the government. Their client roster includes over 500 government entities and courts

Most collection agencies operate on a contingency basis, which means that they do not get paid by their client unless and until they collect from the consumer. If and when the agency receives monies from a consumer, the agency then gives their client a pre-determined percentage of the monies recovered. The remainder belongs to the agency.

Oftentimes, debt collection agencies buy these debts for just pennies on the dollar. The debt collector is free to seek as much money from the consumer as they can regardless of what they paid to buy the debt. This amounts to large profit margins for them.

Typically, employees of debt collection agencies are motivated with performance-based bonuses determined by the amount of money they are able to collect from a consumer.

Regardless of what specific methods a debt collection agency uses in their attempts to collect a debt, it is clear that the agency is in the business of making money first and foremost. And that money comes from you – the consumer. Hopefully, you now have a better understanding as to why collection agencies use such aggressive behavior in their interaction with consumers.

Consumers around the globe have long complained about the unfair and often unethical tactics used by debt collection agencies and thus, the FDCPA - a federal law meant for the protection of consumers. It encompasses a set of rules governing the activities of collection agencies.

Associated Phone Numbers Used By Alliance One:

877-541-8420, 866-398-7644, 866-354-6090, 866-590-6322, 866-672-3299, 866-398-7430, 866-385-0277, 866-402-1273, 866-881-6004, 866-367-6660, 877-853-4441, 866-385-0269, 866-385-0297, 866-583-1397, 866-654-8501, 888-419-2387, 877-533-3232, 800-276-1475, 866-418-8567, 866-673-4682, 888-698-5335, 800-346-7979, 866-590-6323, 866-381-0647, 866-654-8514, 253-620-7329, 866-385-0222, 651-255-4154, 877-298-1919, 514-858-6266, 877-888-1711, 866-861-8471, 416-447-8899, 877-607-8873, 800-640-8836, 866-881-6005, 877-447-8899, 888-541-7018, 800-279-3480, 877-511-6070, 877-226-8228, 866-615-0531, 866-811-5719, 866-811-5712, 800-254-9917, 866-320-5854, 215-354-5500, 215-354-5503, 866-699-0981, 888-419-8106, 709-753-7985, 888-419-2383, 866-833-6028, 709-753-3603, 419-740-6400, 253-620-7331, 866-779-1109, 800-215-8756, 800-215-8752, 888-259-8278, 866-672-3304, 866-672-3303, 877-858-6682, 866-259-6725, 866-834-2446, 888-838-9965, 866-590-6320, 800-858-1491, 877-480-5110, 866-776-3415, 866-673-4690, 888-838-9953, 866-673-4692, 877-753-3603, 800-858-4506, 800-777-5257, 651-255-4098, 866-441-2276, 800-628-8214, 877-209-0626, 866-897-5311, 888-409-6418, 866-583-3417, 866-672-3306, 866-461-1047, 253-620-2230, 866-226-7022, 866-398-7476, 954-935-2413, 866-902-3676, 866-833-2569, 866-833-2562, 888-652-1389, 888-634-5406, 866-259-6734, 866-902-3679, 866-259-6726, 866-619-0650, 866-278-2867, 877-227-0060, 877-227-0055, 877-768-8250, 877-354-9287, 800-858-5797, 866-528-0702, 866-395-0454, 800-413-5541, 866-554-5619, 800-858-5799, 416-364-1114, 416-364-1112, 800-858-4234, 866-648-2974, 888-307-5188, 616-954-2300, 855-869-2160, 888-826-7893, 866-259-6735, 877-888-1710, 800-764-4236, 800-410-3437, 800-858-1495, 866-834-4924, 877-560-3657, 866-654-8513, 877-560-0289, 425-658-9265, 800-858-1498, 877-801-4329, 888-409-6412, 888-753-7984, 888-412-9967, 800-762-9831, 888-211-1330, 866-224-5075, 866-897-5308, 800-661-1353, 888-319-0257, 416-447-0060, 888-412-9959, 800-858-5676, 866-661-4632, 877-503-2127, 877-852-8754, 888-647-2820, 877-801-9084, 405-425-1500, 651-255-4083, 888-307-5183, 651-251-7478, 800-981-5789, 877-656-0570, 866-367-6654, 651-255-2029, 866-366-6140, 866-808-5196, 888-860-8331, 888-214-7818, 646-649-8844, 800-658-3259, 866-883-4919, 866-833-6023, 877-589-3454, 866-360-2906, 651-255-4038, 888-799-7982, 888-860-8329, 866-286-9617, 866-340-0441, 888-891-6691, 888-781-7459, 651-255-2000, 866-367-1157, 888-802-4404, 651-255-4161, 800-858-4430, 877-560-4692, 888-380-3812, 866-298-1802, 253-620-2222, 877-662-8810, 503-922-1395, 888-236-7386, 866-589-7277, 800-858-1531, 800-858-4199, 800-479-6515, 866-453-8458, 877-768-8254, 877-451-2617, 877-355-0551, 714-495-4806, 800-485-2884, 713-260-7625, 866-225-3707, 866-377-5808, 888-816-8803, 709-753-4633, 877-209-0625, 877-511-6069, 877-533-3190, 615-687-1192, 651-255-4013, 800-858-4139, 651-255-2170, 651-204-1346, 877-209-0623, 877-560-4693, 651-255-4060, 866-204-3659, 888-409-8679, 800-658-3281, 215-268-0064, 651-255-7062, 888-647-2814, 866-834-4926, 817-786-3304, 817-786-3302, 800-482-4258, 651-255-4125, 800-514-4039, 877-813-9079, 877-813-9072, 866-378-6162, 770-988-9054, 800-858-1496, 651-255-4056, 866-590-6321, 651-255-4061, 877-813-2903, 888-816-8797, 800-410-1602, 866-269-8579, 877-607-8870, 866-381-0655, 800-658-3031, 877-264-4486, 888-634-5403, 877-560-3656, 866-554-5630, 800-858-4559, 877-813-2904, 866-381-0457, 888-211-5750, 800-769-7203, 866-418-2772, 709-753-5250, 866-861-8469, 877-533-3202, 877-560-0389, 651-255-4166, 877-209-0622, 888-211-3902, 866-834-4949, 651-251-0286, 800-858-4353, 866-855-0727, 877-560-3658, 888-838-9964, 877-801-9608, 866-770-7560, 215-442-7094, 651-255-7719, 816-584-2070, 866-515-3451, 866-278-2860, 651-255-7754, 866-592-9473, 651-255-7717, 877-753-7053, 877-560-0294, 800-858-4558, 651-255-2011, 651-251-7655

POSTING DATE & TIME: SUNDAY, 16 JUNE, 2013 @13:00
Larry_Lawyer
 Jun 16th, 2013
Called asking for someone else. Robocall operation.
Alan
 May 10th, 2012
http://www.allianceoneinc.com/Contact.html
http://www.allianceoneinc.com/About_Us.html

http://stopcollector.com/agency.php?n=alliance_one#

info@allianceoneinc.com
Corporate Offices: 215-354-5511

Healthcare Related Services:
Al Baron, EVP 877-480-5110 ext 5506
Cindy Bohannon, VP Of Eligibility Services 239-851-7018

Sales & Marketing: Al Baron, EVP 877-480-5110 ext 5506

AR questions regarding:
Credit Cards - 800-279-3480
Medical Bills - 888-237-0059
Utility Bills - 877-888-1711
Court/Government - 800-456-8838
General questions: 800-858-4472

AllianceOne Receivables Management, Inc.
866-834-4950
3000 Ames Crossing Rd Ste 750
Eagan, MN 55121-2529
Principal: Jaime Nordstrom, Manager - 800-279-3480 or jaime.nordstrom@allianceoneinc.com

AllianceOne Receivables Management Inc.
Attn: Compliance Department
1160 Centre Pointe Drive
Mendota Heights, MN 55120
kjh
 Jan 22nd, 2011
Received a message from this number on my Google Voice line. Person identifying herself as "Eva" trying to reach someone who isn't me, and whom I have never heard of, an "Albert Porter..." something or other. (unintelligible... Newridge? not sure) Her audio was cutting in and out, with boiler room chatter audible in the background. She said it was "important" that I return her call and rattled off a case number. (also unintelligible) No mention was made of what company or organization the call was on behalf or what the matter was regarding. Ignoring.
i
 Jul 15th, 2010
this is a government collection agency, they want all of your money even if they call the wrong number. if it werent the american government then you would be able to press harrassment charges but it is so they can f you. and will.
joe
 Feb 13th, 2010
They are a collection agency that piggy backs off of real reputable collection agencies. Theyr'e sneaky, they will also call from 877-541-8420, and 775-319-1502.They are trying to collect a legitemate bill most of the time. the only way to get off your back and get even is to find out what bill you owe, pay it, and tell them you paid the debter next time they call. They will ask you for the payment info, don't give it to them. tell them that it is their job to make sure that theyr'e collecting legitemate debt, don't call me again or I will sue you under the provisions of the fair debt collection act.
They will call you again and then sue them for $1,000.00 for harassment.
THIS ONLY WORKS IF YOU PAY THE DEBT THAT YOU OWE.
Rev.
 Mar 15th, 2008
Keeps calling here but we have no collections with this company and today they called but there was no one there. I kept saying hello and no one answered so I hung up.
Danielle
 Jul 02nd, 2007
Received many calls for a person who does not live here. When returned call today and told a person that nobody by that name lives here, he kept on saying OK. When I asked for not calling again, he ended with funny laughter. This AOI should be investigated.
S
 Apr 10th, 2007
Same thing...repeated calls for weeks & weeks now for someone I've never even heard of. Electronic voice says to press '1' if you are this person and/or to call Vivian Moore at this number. They keep calling, even though I've repeatedly told them I've had my number for 8 years & never heard of that person.
Then, all of a sudden, same exact calls & process, but they now know the correct name belonging to the phone number, and mechanical voice now asks for them by name instead of the previous (non-existent) person...how fishy is that?!?!? This company should be investigated!!
c.
 Mar 20th, 2007
Dozens of calls w/ recording asking to call Vivian Moore.
Redwolf
 Feb 24th, 2007
Repeated calls for someone who does not live here
Annoyed also
 Feb 15th, 2007
Recorded voice asks for a callback to Vivian Moore. Uses some voice synthesis to say whatever name it is looking for.
Annoyed
 Dec 22nd, 2006
This is Alliance One, a collection agency.
Geri
 Dec 14th, 2006
Keep asking for Pamela. Annoying.
SS
 Dec 01st, 2006

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