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Reported on Oct 21, 2014
Reported on Oct 17, 2014
This is nco financial. It is a reputable collection agency. After you explain to them your situation they offer repayment plans for defaulted student loans. I am paying $5 a month for 12 months then I am out of default. I am also a bill collector. They have the right to keep calling by law unless you answer and tell them to stop calling. If you never answer to tell them it is a wrong number then they will keep calling.
Reported on Oct 10, 2014
This number has called our support hotline asking to speak to one of our higher level employees. Would not give out any information other than that it was personal and important. Asked him not to call again and he just told me he would call back later.
Reported on Sep 25, 2014
This is a collections agency calling for a student loan some girl of whom I do not know but who had my cell ph # 4 years ago.I cannot get them to stop calling
Reported on Sep 23, 2014
School loan
Reported on Sep 9, 2014
This company had a third party caller with a debt collection company containing a local number contact my mother's cell phone. My mom, who is in skilled nursing, verified her information but was unable to focus on the call and gave the caller permission to handle the matter for that day (as opposed to the duration of the process). The caller explained she was trying to establish payment arrangements for an outstanding student loan. Wanting to resolve the matter, I agreed to discuss the terms with a senior associate/account manager (it had a somewhat authoritative title). I was transferred to another agent and discussed income amout and sources to determine whether she would qualify for the amazingly low payment of $5 a month. I told the agent I could gather the documents necessary to establish the payment arrangements b ut did not have her account info at that time. She stated I could set payments up using my account so we could resolve things now. I did not feel comfortable with that and explained Icould call later. Additionally, the agent stated i need to verbally agree to the terms, then we could set up auto-withdrawals from her account to start making payments that day and avoid needing to establish authority for me to handle the matter again. She then stated, once the auto-withdrawal was set up I would receive a contract by email, but the contract is ONLY sent after they obtain bank account information. Unfortunately, for them, I did not have this information, but would contact them with it later. She stressed urgency based on my limited authority and asked I get it to them by 5pm. I agreed to try. Once I received the info, I began thinking about the arrangement and felt unsure about establishing an agreement without full disclosure of the terms in the contract. I spoke with the agent and expressed my concern and that I was not comfortable giving account info without verifying her company with the Department of Education. She was comfortable telling me they were in fact retained by DoE to collect on loans and understood i had a valid concern. We discussed a deadline, which was pushed by her giving me a few days to call back with my determination. I had not had time to contact DoE when I received a call back, which was from a local number again, so I explained to the woman I had not been able to contact DoE. She became rude, and threatening, stating if we did not deal with the incident immediately she would be garnished for payment. I told her I was not even with my mother, so I was not authorized to discuss the matter anyway. She insisted my mom had given authority, but I pointed out the authority had been only for that previous day only. She argued with me then stated that the call was being recorded, so I reiterated the same: I was ONLY given authority to discuss the issue on that one day on which initial contact was made. I explained I would have to call back when I was with my mom, then hung up. I researched the company and found that NCO Financial Services, Inc is a debt collection company who outsources the initial contact calls to local debt collection agencies, giving them a small portion of vital information to confirm before passing the call to NCO to confirm all vital info prior to discussing terms. I did not determine whether NCO is in fact a legitimate company to collect on behalf of DoE, but I will not be making arrangements through this company. I am not willing to agree to contract terms and provide bank account info without seeing the contract and trusting they will properly forward the contract once withdrawals are established.
Reported on Aug 19, 2014
Calls about family member and tries to get information on family member, but refuses to give any info about themselves. If they call again they are getting reported.
Reported on Aug 18, 2014
Apparently, they called last week when I wasn't in the office, but called again, first thing this morning at my work. Asked about my birthdate. When I asked who it was he said he had to verify my birthdate first, which was wrong. He said he would remove the phone number from their list. I sure hope he was sincere about that!
Reported on Aug 14, 2014
I disconnected from the call I have had a number of calls from this number .................................There is no reason for calls from this place. If this keeps up I will report to the state. Will be glad to get $2000 fine paid to me from this business.
Reported on Aug 12, 2014
Some lady who wanted information about family member. Asked her what it was in reference to and she wouldn't say, not even a private business matter. I told her not to call back unless it was an emergency!!!
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