Bay Area Credit Service asking for Brian Olson
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This is a collection agency called Bay Area Credit Service. Their address is as follows: Bay Area Credit Service 1901 West 10th St. Antioch, CA 94509 You can report harassing calls to your local State Attorney General and/or the FTC (www.ftc.gov). Hope this helps.
i got a call to day the man would not tell me where he was calling from , or why just said he needed to speak to me .. i ask him again why are you calling me this is my cell phone and i have not given it out to any one but family .. when he would not tell me the reason he was calling I hung up and looked up his number and this is where i came to report this number
asking for personal information. over the phone.
Pretty much the same as everyone here. Male left a message in threatening tone that I'd better "call back to make arrangements for my past due bill and I need to take care of it now" I haven't heard that tone since my dad yelled at me once when I was a teenager. :-)
guy named allen or a woman named Alexis from a company called Global calls saying he/she has pending charges. The company is a scam to obtain my information. calls several times.leaves agressive messages.
i dont have vonage so i dont know why they are calling me. they call all day and all night.
They claiming i got service with them. I dont have vonage.
my mom is getting calls, I'm giving to an attorney at Bromagen & Rathet, www.collectioncalllaw.com - they handled the last one I had too.
calling my mom, whom I haven't lived with in 30 years.... will be taking it to an attorney, Bromagen & Rathet, PA 904-242-0860.. checked them out at www.collectioncalllaw.com - they took care of another one before for me.
another scam collection
called even during the weekends, looking for someone with the same name who was at least 10 years YOUNGER than me and lived in an address I've never even heard of. Clearly scam. They'd leave you voicemails saying that if you don't hang up now, you're confirming that you're the person they're calling for. Yeah, right, that's why it goes to voicemail, because people cannot pick up the phone! Called them back, fought on the phone for 20 minutes. The guy kept insisting me to "verify" my SSN. Like hell I would. He finally said he'd "take care of it". Call me again and I'll give them hell