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Reported on May 31, 2013 skip trace or something.
Reported on Apr 27, 2013
Reported on Sep 6, 2012
I received a call from them, too. When I did an inital Google search of this company, I was given a residential phone number for a "Dakota Grenlee in Springfield, Mo". I initially got a call from someone claiming that I'd took out a payday loan and what was interesting is that they had the last five digits of my SSN. I told them that I'd call them back and when I did, a man named "David" answered the phone. They identified themselves as DRS and when I asked for their information so that I could give it to my attorney, I was told that I'd have to leave a message for customer service and they were closed and would have to contact me tomorrow. The name of the "company" is called Dynamic Recovery Services. However, when you google "Dynamic Recovery Services", there are three companies listed - none of them are out of Springfield. This is a SCAM. DO NOT GIVE THEM ANY MONEY.
Reported on Mar 14, 2012
called at 5:59 central wouldnt clearly identify himself nor would he say what anything was about unless I confirmed that I was the person he was asking for. when asked again waht this was about he said fine then I will just put down you did not confirm and move forward on this. Sounds shady
Reported on Mar 9, 2012
I had the same experience. This is a scam number.
Reported on Jan 21, 2012
I received one call from this phone number. The person on the other end claimed to be "DRS" - In further discussions they tried to convince me that they were a collection agency. They wouldn't give me an address where I could dispute their claim. They were using "old school" techniques of threatening legal action if I didn't immediately make arrangements to re-pay the alleged debt. There were several other factors which make this "firm" to be questionable. There are multiple violations of federal regulations which firms in this industry must abide by.
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