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Are you and your family members plagued by unreasonable communications from this collection agency?My sister is being hunted by them.

I know because I just answered a phone call from them. I've seen the number come up several times but usually don't wait around for the automatic dialer to put a human on the line.

I decided to check them out and this page is what I've found. You should know that you are only helpless if everyone takes them on alone. This company only exists because there is a market for their tactics.

Want to change that, then tell everyone who your creditor is. What companies are out there condoning this kind of treatment of their customers. I, for one, promise to avoid companies that do and I suspect others will join us.

I haven't spoken to my sister yet so I don't know who her creditor is, but I will let you know when I know.Until then, tell me who your creditor (who hired Allied) is and I won't send them any of my business.

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Anonymous
Mercedes, Heredia, Costa Rica #273920

HOMEABOUT USCONSUMER PLEDGEPRIVACY STATEMENT CONTACT US

ABOUT ALLIED INTERSTATE

Allied Interstate provides accounts receivable, customer retention and debt collection services. Blue-chip companies from a wide range of industries retain Allied Interstate to collect debts on their behalf.

If you are not satisfied with your experience with Allied Interstate, we encourage you to contact our Consumer Advocacy Group at 1-800-811-4214 or by email at AdvocacyGroup@Allied-Interstate.com.

In all of your communications with us, please note that we are attempting to collect a debt, and we will use any information we obtain for that purpose.

Copyright 2010 © Allied Interstate, Inc.

This is an automatically generated Delivery Status Notification.

Delivery to the following recipients failed.

advocacygroup@iqor.com

PLEASE STOP CALLING! YOU ARE TRYING TO COLLECT A DEBT FROM A DUSTIN WEATHERWAX WHO IS NO RELATIONSHIP NOR HAS NEVER HAD THIS NUMBER! IF YOU GOOGLE HIM YOU WILL FIND HE LIVES HAS LIVED IN CHINA FOR THE PAST SEVERAL+ YEARS! IF THE CALLS CONTINUE I WILL REPORT YOUR COMPANY FOR TELEPHONIC HARASSMENT!

Between Dustin Weatherwax and You

Diane Weatherwax November 11, 2009 at 7:51am

I keep receiving calls asking if you are my son or brother.... I know we are no relationship-where are you originally from?

Dustin Weatherwax November 11, 2009 at 9:35am

Chemnitz,...

Diane Weatherwax November 11, 2009 at 10:26pm

How long did you live in Portland and attend PSU?

Dustin Weatherwax November 12, 2009 at 1:43pm

From 2001-2005, more or less

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Anonymous
#273682

Look K, this company is calling the wrong number for the wrong person. I can't control if someone else pays his or hers bills, much like I can't control you being a DUMBA$$!!!!

Anonymous
#244050

I keep getting calls from these people also.I wanted to settle the account and asked them to fax the agreement to me.

Well, long story short, they never did fax the terms of the settlement to me. Each time I spoke with a "supervisor" who assured me that they would fax an agreement, but it never happened.

So, now I will dispute the debt and make them prove that I owe it.:p

Anonymous
Tunis, Tunis, Tunisia #242621

You can contact their Consumer Advocacy Group at 800-811-4214 or email advocacy.group@iqor.com. If you are a resident of Canada, you can call 888-804-8198 or email omb@iqor.com. Hope this helps!

Anonymous
#239992

After receiving several messages left on our answering machine, I called them.A man said we owe some limo company.

I told him I don't owe anyone anything and never contracted with that limo company. I told him to stop calling me or I'll report them.

He said he'll tell the limo company what I said and not call me for at least 48 hrs.I'll deal with them if they call again!

Anonymous
Ashwood, Victoria County, Trinidad And Tobago #238354

There may be various issues at play with some of the facts described above, including potential violations of the FDCPA, as well as the TCPA. In situations like this it makes sense to speak with an attorney to know your rights. Violations of some of these statutes can carry penalties where a collection agency actually ends up owing a consumer-debtor money. Most attorneys offer free consultations on issues like this (and are willing to take these cases on a contingent fee).

A good resource for locating attorneys that practice in this area of the law is Collection Agency Harassment Attorney Finder. You can call them at 760-332-8671 (760-DEBTOR-1) for more information or to be connected with an attorney.

Another source for attorneys that practice in this area is the NACA.

As always, if you have issues that aren’t addressable by an attorney, you may want to speak with the applicable governmental agencies about what can be done.

Anonymous
#237580

The only way to deal with these people is to ignore them, don’t ever call them back. Once they know they have a live person, they will never give up. It’s incredible that they are still in business running this same scam.

The best thing to do is activate call-block, or change your number. I know it’s not fair that innocent consumers have to pay the price for their illicit operation, but it will be easier in the long run. Pursuing complaints or suits will only waste your time and money; these people use robo-callers and offshore agents, so they are virtually impossible to track down. They could shut down, and be back in business, in a matter of hours.

And. Don’t ever pay them anything………………. If they file a negative credit report, you can easily get it reversed. This happened to me. I called the credit reporting agency and when they saw Allied Interstate they just laughed and took it off my report immediately.

These people are a weak and spineless scam run by offshore scammers, don’t ever let them intimidate you.

Anonymous
#237286

Yeah K,

I got a call from them today and I don't owe anyone ANY money. they left some silly recorded message and never even stated you they were. Seems like a scam to me, next time I'll answer and tell them to stop calling, time after that I'll file a report.

So maybe you should stop assuming all collection calls are legit or have the right person/care if they have the right person, I have gotten calls before from agencies about people I have never heard of(maybe they had my cell phone # before I did)

Anonymous
#236345

deadbeats?Really?

Half of these people are being plsgued by people they don't know, associate with, or have been dead for years.

This people are shady and i wouldn't trust them.:? :? :?

Anonymous
Allenton, Michigan, United States #235326

Better still deadbeats pay your bills and you wont have to deal with it!!!!!!! :upset :upset :upset :upset :eek :eek :sigh :sigh :sigh

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