Branchville, New Jersey
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Allied interstate is a collection agency used by the Department of Eduacation for all of the losers who can't pay their bills, allied is not against you, these loans have been in default for years!!!! YEARS!!!

it's about time to pay your bill and be a grown adult and take care of your responsibilities. They helped me get out of debt, to make it possible to defer my payments once my loan was out of default. Get over it, this is nothing but a bunch of pissed off debtors who can't take care of their responsibility, give credit where credit is due....U enjoy the job that your college education gave you???

Pay it back to the Department of Education, who once gave you the oppurtunity to reach for the stars.

Product or Service Mentioned: Allied Interstate Debt Collection.

Monetary Loss: $10000.

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Anonymous
#1087578

then why did allied get sued for 1.6 million dollars? I'll tell you why.

They are scam artists and thieves. the practices they resort to are against the law.

So before you you flap your yap, ya might want to know what you're talking about. I hope they get sued for everything and shut down permanently.

Anonymous
#128049

:zzz

whatever lol some ppl do try and do have the financial issues and well yea whatever

Anonymous
#80958

Most people have this company all wrong. I work for Allied Interstate collecting on behalf of the U.S.

Department of Education. I can not speak for every office that we have, but I can tell you that not everyone treats people that way. It is inexcusable to call someone a liar or tell them they are a deadbeat. I will tell you that there ARE some people we deal with that are deadbeats.

We have lots of options to help people...but because of the bad reputation collectors have (and some are not helping) people don't want to listen. People get defensive automatically on the phone when we call. We have to verify you for your security before we can discuss anything with you. We have people who state they can't pay...but apparently they haven't been able to pay in the last 15 years either.

How long until you realize this debt is not going to go away? People don't have the money to pay their $50K student loan, but they have the money for a BMW and new home. It is unbelievable. Either way...people make excuses.

Even though we hear every excuse in the book...our goal is still to try and help you get this taken care of. You just have to listen. As for the person stating this is not a real job...get in to the industry and see. If it wasn't for us...student loans would no longer be given out due to the enormous amount of student loans in collections.

In other words...your children would not be attending college...or your granchildren. That is unless you can fork out the money up front.

LLOBeck
#79517

HMMMM sounds & smells like a Allied employee to me. Notice the ettiqutte the lack of eloquence and how this person is trying ever so hard to validate THEIR VIABILITY....Allied EMPLOYEE IT IS!

IT MUST BE GETTING TO YOU TO TRY SO HARD To legitimize what you do for a living and validate this company's immoral standing. One word of advice, quit and find real work before you convince yourself you are a legend in your own mind.

Anonymous
#70266

Call my house at least twice a day. They have a wrong number but won't stop calling. I have reported them.

Anonymous
#69424

I have never had a student loan, nor am I in any collections. Allied will not stop calling me about someone else.

They are rude and crude to you on the phone. And they will tell you that they can call every other day, even if you ask them to take your number off their call list.

Anonymous
#68909

I guess this is the debt collection "company" Dave Ramsey warned us about in his courses. REALLY nasty piece of work.

These ppl think they can get blood from a turnip! They could REALLY use a customer service over haul!

Anonymous
#68552

Excuse yourself, but the "Federal Department of Education" does not utilize "Allied Interstate" as a collection agency! This is a Federal "FACT" and a Federal "LAW."

Furthermore, to call me and not able to even tell me what the debt is for; is very strange!

As for having a "Federal Student Loan:" Sorry, I never had a Federal Student Loan! So this blows this Allied Employee postings herein out of the water! My education was paid for in 1983, from my Grandmothers estate! And in 1983, such programs did not exist that are available today.

So, if the Allied Employee who is posting here claims that I am being called due to a "Federal Education Loan," I do believe it would be best that they bring such to a court of law!

I would love to countersue for FRAUD! And would win, once I produce my University receipts and my Grandmothers Will denoting such information from 1983!

Anonymous
#17006

If you said that Allied Interstate keeps calling you and there's no such person living in your house. So doesn't that mean that could be the previous owner of your phone number owes the balance tha hasn't been paid for a long time?

If you want them to stop calling, I'd suggest that you let them know that they've got the wrong number and they'll simply remove your phone number from their system. Simple as that.

And for the rest of you, you're probably just a bunch of debtors who don't wanna pay up.

So, please stop the accusations. GROW UP!

Anonymous
#16739

Per FDCPA it has been question to even leave the Mini miranda on Answering machine and on Tp contacts due to Third party disclosure. you can even look it up.

Anonymous
#15797

Learn to spell or proof your statements prior to posting. You guys are about worthless and *** $%#@..... :eek :p

Anonymous
#15661

Per FDCPA, it is required that the mini miranda be given on all right party contacts. Which also include voicemails and/or answering machines in which the Debtor has provided. End of story.

Anonymous
#15629

this company has called me a lair, a leach, has passed judgement on me, told me to have my elder parent pay, and said i was lazy. this was in one conversation.

there have been others, only those consisted of threats against me and my parents. i called them to explain i lost my work only to have them threaten me. now they constantly call my parents even though i have told them repeatedly i would call them as soon as i had a job so i could begin payment. they dont want to hear that either.

i know there are other people in the same spot. wanting to pay and cant afford to pay right now.

unfortunately, the time many of us took out these loans, it was the only one availible to us. so now, we are paying and paying.

Anonymous
#15230

I've never had student loans. I have 1 credit card, and i've been paying on it every month, never missed one single payment and these sleaze balls are calling me.

I owe them nothing. They better abide by my Cease and Desist letter, or ill bring an attorney at them so fast they'll freak

Anonymous
#15079

My loan has not been in default for years. My loan keeps getting sold to other companies and I need to file for a new foreberance each time. And it is pretty arrogant to assume that people just don't want to pay our loans back, I am caring for a disabled child which prevents me from working full-time.

Marian A
#14825

Sorry for the double post. :roll

Anonymous
#14824

#1, That course you took in Stoopid 101 is really paying off now. Listen to yourself. I bet you even take people's first-born for an itty bitty chunk of folks' nether regions called a percentage. And do anything to get it.

I bet you're some fine collector, too. The old FDCPA just doesn't apply to you, does it?

Yesterday and today I had voicemails from your (loosley referred to) establishment. Neither were for me, but for some poor slob who probably got a student loan he can't pay.

I don't know this guy; and perhaps the number you're dialing was his at some point in time.

But I can tell you with certainty that if I DID know him, I'd throw a party after telling him your company (loosely referred) left a message concerning a debt and and said it's an attempt to collect a debt, and any information would be used for that purpose; thereby disclosing his debt information to a third party. Then I'd throw an even bigger one after all the information is handed over to an attorney. Mini-Mirandizing someone in a voicemail ?

Please.

You give good collectors a bad name.

I hope your (loosely referred) company goes straight to to YOUR nether regions. And you can tell your other people, too.

Your best bet is to get out before your (loosely referred) company has the chance to stick it to you.

Anonymous
#14822

Department of "Eduacation"

:grin No chance you not paying yours off, then?

Anonymous
#14821

#1, That course you took in Stoopid 101 is really paying off now. Listen to yourself. I bet you even take people's first-born for an itty bitty chunk of folks' nether regions called a percentage. And do anything to get it.

I bet you're some fine collector, too. The old FDCPA just doesn't apply to you, does it?

Yesterday and today I had voicemails from your (loosley referred to as) establishment. Neither were for me, but for some poor slob who probably got a student loan he can't pay.

I don't know this guy; and perhaps the number you're dialing was his at some point in time.

But I can tell you with certainty that if I DID know him, I'd throw a party after telling him your company (loosely referred to as) left a message concerning a debt and and said it's an attempt to collect a debt, and any information would be used for that purpose; thereby disclosing his debt information to a third party. Then I'd throw an even bigger one after all the information is handed over to an attorney. Mini-Mirandizing someone in a voicemail ?

Please.

You give good collectors a bad name.

I hope your (loosely referred to as) company goes straight to to YOUR nether regions. And you can tell your other people, too.

Your best bet is to get out before your (loosely referred) company has the chance to stick it to you.

Anonymous
#14672

They call people REPEATEDLY asking for people who don't live there. There is no defending ANY of the *** who work for this despicable parasitic scam company.

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