740-200-4133

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Caller ID for (740) 200-4133:

Columbus, OH

(740) 200-**** Phone Numbers

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Near Ashley, Ohio
Issued by Level 3 Communications, Llc - Oh

Numbers with this prefix were first introduced in 2006.

While 7402004133 was originally issued with the info above, the owner of the phone number (740) 200-4133 may have transferred it through a process called porting.

User Complaints for (740) 200-4133

Caller name: National information center

Caller type: Unknown

Called about a complaint against me, case number 81043. Wished me good luck at end of call. Pre-recorded message.

- Anonymous
United States

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[Reply]   February 23, 2017
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Called about a complaint against me, case number 81043. Wished me good luck at end of call. Pre-recorded message.

Caller name: National Information Center

Caller type: Debt Collector

Called me in regards to prosecuting me for a complaint charged against me and wished me good luck at the end of the message tried calling back and you can't leave a message EVER! Said I took out a credit card with Bank First and I owe alot of money would not disclose the amount said I will receive a letter with instructions on where to appear in court

- Anonymous
California

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[Reply]   August 21, 2017

Caller name: NIC

Caller type: Scammer/Fraudster

They called threatening me with an account I paid off 2 years ago. If they call you call the company that they are trying to hassle you with to make sure it is Legit. If you know you have paid it off keep all your receipts and any information saying it is paid.

- Anonymous
Texas

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[Reply]   March 2, 2017

Caller type: Debt Collector

Calling for someone not there or ever been there

- Anonymous
California

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[Reply]   February 28, 2017

Caller name: does identofy themselves

Caller type: Debt Collector

Calling and asking for my son and saying there is a compliant against him and asking for a current address and place of employment. My son is an adult and has not lived with us in over 12 years. Threatening legal action, but no specifics and they do not identify themselves.

- Anonymous
North Carolina

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[Reply]   February 27, 2017

Caller name: Not stated

Caller type: Debt Collector

Caller said this is for Jennifer Alldrin and they had filed legal action against her and she has to take care of this problem before they initiate legal action. Reference case number 84801 when calling back to 740-200-4133. well I am not Jennifer Alldrin so I looked her up. She lives in Reno Nevada and that is over 700 miles from here. Well I checked Nevada records and found she had filled for chapter 7 back in 2009. Case ####15-5**18-btb. If I can find her on twitter, facebook, linkedin, court records and a cloud family photo posting webb site, why can't they find her and leave me alone? This has been going on for over 5 years. Two auto repo men have come to the house to tow away cars that I do not have. I get letters and phone calls, when they find out Jennifer never lived here, they just sell the debt to another company and the letters and the calls start all over again.

- Anonymous
United States

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[Reply]   February 24, 2017

Caller type: Debt Collector

I was just contacted by my friend, (someone I was in a 6 year relationship with, however that ended in 2008 when he moved to PA and I stayed in FL, but we always remained good friends). He said
"I just received a phone call from a collection type agency- phone number, 740-200-4133 for case number 81275. Said in regards to a complaint against you."
I am pretty sure this is in regards to some fraudulent/scam type thing because I have been called by them before as well. And just 3 days ago I got an email AGAIN, which this time I finally decided to reach out to the BBB AND the Attorney General and file a complaint against this company that sent the email claiming I owed them "$4560 for a Payday Cash Advance, but if I am willing to pay them $560 today then that will stop them from notifying my local police dept and calling my place of employment to notify them of this matter, as well as filing the lawsuit for the full amount against me." When I saw all this harassing nonsense in this email I had enough. Especially because #1 I have never even taken out a payday cash advance, and #2 if I did there is no way I ever could have gotten one for $4560!! What place does a payday cash advance for that much!?! I mean do they think I was born yesterday??
But now today that they are turning to calling my friends/family and saying "they are calling in regards to a complaint about me" this is absolutely crossing the line.
I see I am not the only person making complaints about these scam artists. So please do something about them. Thank you!!!!

- Christopher
Florida

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[Reply]   February 23, 2017

Caller name: national information center

Caller type: Unknown

The "Fair Debt Collection Practices Act" ("FDCPA") is a federal law that protects consumers by prohibiting debt collectors from utilizing abusive, deceptive, and unfair debt collection practices. See http://www.ftc.gov/os/statutes/fdcpajump.shtm.

















Among other things, the FDCPA protects you against the following acts by debt collectors: (1) a threat of violence to your person, reputation, or property; (2) the use of obscene or profane language; (3) the publication of a list of consumers who allegedly refuse to pay their debts (except to a credit reporting agency like a credit bureau); (4) the advertisement for sale of any debt to coerce payment of the debt; (5) the act of causing a telephone to ring or calling repeatedly with the intent to annoy, abuse, or harass anyone at the phone number dialed; (6) the act of making phone calls before 8:00 a.m. or after 9:00 p.m.; (You did make those threats from previous emails and conversations) (7) a threat of incarceration; or (8) the act of calling your employer after you provided notice to the debt collector not to contact you at your place of employment. See generally 15 U.S.C. ? 1692(c)-(e).


You have the right to demand a collector only contact you in a certain way (e.g., by mail) or not to contact you at all. If you notify the debt collector in writing regarding your preferred method of contact, the debt collector must respect your preference. See 15 U.S.C. ? 1692(c).


Upon your making a proper demand to a debt collector within 30 days after the debt collector first contacts you, the debt collector must provide proof that you owe the debt. You have a right to send a written request for validation of the debt that a debt collector claims you owe upon properly disputing any portion of the validity of the alleged debt. See 15 U.S.C. ? 1692(g).


In addition, you may also contact the office of the Attorney General in your state, as well as the division of Consumer Affairs or Consumer Protection in your state for more information on your rights as a consumer.
Attorney's General Office,


I was informed to contact you all because of this continuous harassment at work from Ace Cash Services. I have had several nightmares and fear because of their continuous threats to me. It is affecting my daily performance. I was fully discharged from all owed, with case#1035290 with Patricia McDonald as my attorney. If you have time, please look over the information of their daily tactics. If the office need to contact me, please email me first and I will email my phone number to you.
These are the following emails were sent to Ace and they sent to me over a period of 6 years. I need someone to help me at your office.

Sincerely,




We will further discuss matters as you are abusing my hours at work with your constant threats.

You have written notice on how to contact me and not this email address. Please provide proof of what you say I owe.

Stop harassing me! I have no money! And stop selling my information to other parties. I won a law suit against companies after the discharge and have you on the list for continuously harassing me.

- Anonymous
Maryland

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[Reply]   February 21, 2017

Caller type: Unknown

Left recording saying I was goin to be sued after I did not answer over the course of several days

- Anonymous
Alabama

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[Reply]   February 17, 2017

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