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Safety Harbor, FL 34695
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Numbers with this prefix were first introduced in 1999.While 7572758578 was originally issued by the company above in the location mentioned, the owner of the phone number (757) 275-8578 may have transferred it through a process called porting.
User Complaints for 757-275-8578
Caller name: Portfolio Recovery Services
Company is portfolio recovery services. Parent company is Portfolio Recovery Associates currently being traded on the NY stock market. Company has been known to spoof a cell phone number in any of your known locations attempting to collect junk debt. If you receive a call from one of their agents do not help them identify you and definitely do not acknowledge any debt. If you do they will place a ding on your credit report for the junk debt and use the recorded phone call as evidence against you in court. In order to stop receiving phone calls you must send them a certified cease and desist letter. If they harass you one more time file a complaint with the FTC and you will win 5 grand.
Caller name: Portfolio Recovery
This company has information from the online security breaches that happened earlier this year against Sony and several banks. They attempt to call from several different numbers across the nation (probably using Magicjack or Skype so they can't be traced) but most in VA. They are doing nothing more that phishing for account information to clean out your account. THIS IS A SCAM, DO NOT GIVE THEM ANY INFORMATION!!
Add these numbers to your block list:
Would a legit company spoof their phone numbers across so many areas?
This number (I didn't answer, but called back) had a recording saying they were a collection agency. (some of the most ruthless, desperate two legged predators on the face of the earth).
Have gotten several calls from this number.
I owe noboby anything...
I bought a whistle and every time I get one of these calls I give them an ear full. I do it with all the "unknown" numbers. It's becoming a game to me so I don't mind getting these calls now. LOL
I totally agree with O Really on those phone numbers. Receiving calls from 757-275-8578 and 757-506-0177 several times every month. I have one more phone number 774-271-7100 which is from MA to be added into the scam list. The scammer/fraudster might get my personal info from online account breach, then use this info to contact me for trying to get my financial privacy.
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Hey Jack! You seem to be a little defensive about this Portfolio Recovery Company on this forum. Let me tell you what, I have an ex-wife who tried to rack up a lot of debt using my name. I believe they call that "Identity Theft" now a days, but back then, that was called "Common Practice" of Military Spouses while Husband is deployed. Anyways, During the divorce process, my ex racked up nearly $18,000 in Military towns using my SS #. Well it took me about 7 years to clear my name, and this was 20 years ago. And to this day, I am still getting calls about her finances, because she can use what ever name she wants. Well guess what, it enlightens me that these websites exist so we can see who is legit or not. And by the looks of this, it only adds evidence to my case. So Thank you one and all. Will be recording the conversation and using that as evidence against my Ex-wife, and hopefully that will finally get her a*s convicted.
I had recieved a phone call from the following numbers, 757-275-8578, 731-256-7106 and, 620-860-2755, saying that I owe money back from 2002. Considering I was only 4 years old, I find that very suspicious. So... I did some research. According to the law, I can sue them for harrassment if I can get enough information out of them. So I called back once right after they called me, I didnt have time to answer the first time, it had said that this number was no longer in service. So I thought to my self hmmmm really huh? And that is when I had enough and the next time they called I cussed them out, told them to go to h**l, and that was the end of it.
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Why dont you stop being an a** hole and, go away? Some people want this sh** to stop. If the girl as a phone, so what? She is 10 years old. What if she goes to the park down the street and something happens to whoever she is with? She cant just go door to door if its a life or death situation. Now I suggest you leave people alone or I'll report you.
Caller name: Portfolio Recovery
Keep track of PRA's calls! ESPECIALLY to your cell phones! Why? Because calling your cell w/o your express permission is a violation of the Telephone Consumer Protection Act. A recent class action suit in FL lists the specific offense that PRA is making:
Atlanta, GA: A class action lawsuit has been filed against Defendant Portfolio Recovery Associates, LLC ("PRA") in the United States District Court for the Middle District of Florida on behalf of all persons in the State of Florida who, since February 18, 2011, received a non-emergency telephone call from PRA to a cellular telephone through the use of an automatic telephone dialing system or an artificial or prerecorded voice and who did not provide prior express consent for such calls during the transaction that resulted in the debt owed.
According to the Complaint, PRA violated the Telephone Consumer Protection Act ("TCPA") by using automatic dialing systems and/or an artificial or prerecorded voice to contact cell phone users about purported debts without their prior consent. As described in the Complaint, Ms. Harvey, the named plaintiff in the action, was repeatedly contacted since February 18, 2011 on her cell phone about a purported credit card debt. The plaintiff never consented to those calls, nor did she provide PRA with her telephone number.
Under the TCPA, PRA could be ordered to pay attorneys' fees, litigation expenses and costs of the lawsuit, and statutory damages of $500 for each negligent violation, and/or $1,500 for each knowing and/or willing violation. According to the Complaint, the potential Class Members are estimated to number in the tens of thousands. Additionally, the complaint alleges collective damages exceeding five million dollars ($5,000,000).
So - Track the calls, find a consumer advocacy attorney, make some $$$!
(Then sue them for violations of the Fair Debt Collection Act and Fair Credit Reporting Act for even more $$$!)
PS: If you win, they have to pay your attorney's fees so most lawyers will take these cases on contingency!