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this is a debt collector. after receiving dozens of hang-ups from this number, an actual person called and identified himself.
perry
 Oct 30th, 2012
Financial Recovery Service
Jim
 Aug 03rd, 2012
Janice: High volume debt collectors are notoriously deaf to verbal requests. To a ''not me'' case I always recommend putting the agency on notice, just as you would if you were the target and the debt claim was invalid. Send a cease-comm notice via USPS Certified with return card. The FTC and many consumer watchdogs explain how to draft one. This will set a legal landmine, as such a notice is ignored at their peril.

Learn how to exercise your rights as an alleged debtor at FTC-dot-gov.
http://www.ftc.gov/os/statutes/fdcpajump.shtm
Resident47
 Feb 14th, 2012
After receiving several hang-up calls from this company, I answered the phone. A live man asked for a man whom I don't know but for whom I often receive collection calls. I told him, "I'm not {man's name}, I don't know {man's name}, and if you continue calling me, I'll report you to the authorities. Thank you". Then, I hung up without allowing what appeared to be a protest coming from the other end to continue.
Janice
 Feb 12th, 2012
POSSIBLE BILL COLLECTOR
ALICE
 Dec 17th, 2010
FRS also uses: 952-893-0340
Jon
 Dec 04th, 2010

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