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They sent (in the mail, must be hand delivered) my husband’s work a garnishment order. In the order, it states they need no court order to garnish. THIS is NOT a federal loan they are trying to collect on, it’s an FFELP from 2005. They MUST get a court order. All his loans were consolidated and taken care of. This loan is something we have no idea what it is. And it’s NOT a federal loan. Therefore they can not collect on it 14 years later. This company is a joke. It went from 200 to 12000???? We Already have our attorneys working on it.
TWO CASES FROM THESE FRAUDSTERS!!! First case: These fraudulent nutcases flat out lied and attempted to fraudulently collect on a school loan, that I had paid off two years earlier, and had the official receipt from the loan company, that my debt had been paid in full more than 24 months earlier. Even now, TEN YEARS AFTER the loan was paid in full, this fraudulent company continues to call and send me mail that I still owe $4,500. Oh but wait... They are willing to settle for just $312.00. SCAM!!!
BUT WAIT, THERE'S MORE... Second case: This lying fraudulent company continued to call me 14 times attempting to collect from someone who I've had ZERO CONTACT with for over nine years! Each time I told them it's been NINE YEARS since I've had any contact with that person! I have no idea where they live, nor their phone number, nor where they work. I finally said, "Sucks to be you, I have no contact with them, and if I do, I'll tell them about the Statue Of Limitations, and that you won't be able to collect from her." (Instant silence on the other end.) I then read a prepared statement about Harassment via Electronic means via Maryland Law (CRIMINAL LAW. § 3-805), cited civil law, plus also cited some FCC laws, indicating that I will sue them in criminal and civil court if they called me again. They stopped!
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Long story short. Brad ** began calling me about a student loan I paid in full to another company. Somehow he piggy backed off the loan and said that it wasn't reported paid in full. I told him the loan was paid. I had proof and stop calling me. He wouldn't. I told him I would be getting a lawyer to fight the accusations. When it was all said and done Brad ** and Allied called me trying to get money but ended up paying my lawyer's fees and myself. I haven't heard from that sum mum ma ** since. Last laugh!!!
I wish I could give this company 0 stars. I paid them 6 grand to get a 1000 sq foot apartment full of stuff from Michigan to Colorado. Mike ** over quoted my move by several thousand pounds, even after I pointed out to them that I likely did not have this much stuff. He said he would not change his quote, so I accepted. They took my stuff on the day they said they would, and said my stuff would arrive in a one week period of time (the 15th-22nd for example). My stuff did not arrive in that one week period of time. We were stuck in a new state, with no significant amount of money, with only what we could fit in our car that we drove across country with. We called every day - they told us our stuff is in a warehouse and there is no driver assigned - they told us this EVERY DAY for two weeks. Two weeks later we get half of our stuff. IT TOOK ANOTHER 4 WEEKS to get the rest of our stuff to our house.
I call customer service multiple times - they say I cannot get any money back because it is illegal to change the quote when it is interstate. They end up giving me $900 dollars back. I ask for more money back - stating they did not provide the services I paid them for - they tell me to go ** myself. All I can do now is tell other people to avoid these scammers. They may have a big national name - which is why I thought they would be fine - but they made my move a living hell - but hey they made 5 grand so what do they care?
Everyday all day, I keep getting phone calls from 214-459-4564 and when I do decide to answer they ask is it me and when I respond, "Yes it is," then they go into asking if it's me by my whole name, which is stupid! If I answer the phone and you called my first name and I say, "Yes this is she, how can I help you?" Why go into asking if it's me again. They call all day and want leave a message and it's annoying especially while I'm at work. So I have blocked the number and hope they stop calling.
Allied Interstate has been calling me as well. I have put them on the block list due to the fact that they are a collections agency. I have found out that once a company sells your account/agreement with them that your account is now "Null and void" due to the fact that it was sold and is no longer a part of the original agreement/contract. So it will not be getting paid. I rather pay Lexington Law to have this removed off my credit. I think this information could be useful to a few people.
I've been receiving calls every day from them for several weeks now. I've never heard of the person that they're trying to collect from. Since I don't have any business with them I just blocked all their numbers with the blocking feature on my iPhone. But they just kept calling back with more numbers, some of which are fake and say they're disconnected when I call back, and occasionally they call using No Caller ID. This has been getting on my nerves because it constantly rings when I'm trying to go to bed or early in the morning. So a week ago I started to pick up and talk to them to try and get them to stop. I found out that they're based in the Philippines. They also lied and told me that they don't call from multiple number or fake numbers or blocked numbers. I also asked them to stop calling. But like clockwork they keep calling.
Yesterday they called me and I did the same thing. Told them to stop calling because I'm not the person they're looking for. And the representative didn't believe me, apparently, so he kept insisting and gave me the full name, City, and State of the person that they're trying to reach. I managed to find that person on Facebook using those details and I'm currently trying to figure out if I can submit any lawsuit or complaint to my State Attorney General. My state allows one party consent to record calls. I have them all recorded.
Okay... For thing, I haven't defaulted on a loan, and my phone number previously belonged to someone else, but I have tried to tell creditors that before and because they think they are so much smarter than the consumer, they didn't believe me. This morning, 4/5/2017 at 2:30 IN THE MORNING(!) I get a robo call from these liars/nut jobs. Breaking soliciting call rules in a couple of ways. Thankfully I have call block on my phone and I should have put them on that list a long time ago.
First of all, it would be super swell to actually understand what the person is saying. SPEAK ENGLISH!! Secondly, I have not carried the last name they are requesting to speak to in over 17 years (previous marriage). The student loan is from 1995 and when I did go into default on my student loans, the IRS made sure in 1998 I paid them off by withholding my tax refund. I have not had a single issue with creditors, loans, mortgages, etc since that year. Why would they all of a sudden start calling? Be careful. I ran my credit score and check after the first initial call a week ago and I have no outstanding balances, no bad creditors, no defaults. Scam alert.
I'm sick and tired of getting calls from Allied Interstate. They’re trying to collect a debt from someone named Christie, but I don’t even know anyone named Christie. Sometimes the caller ID says 800-258-8074, but sometimes it's another number. I’ve looked up the number online and tried to find out more about Allied Interstate. ** seemed to have some helpful information, like just telling the debt collector that they have the wrong number. I tried that, and the guy said they'd take my number off their list, but I still get at least one call a week from them. I’m pretty much at my wit's end.
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