770-675-7712- Did this number call you? If yes, leave your comment/complaint below.
Phone number: 770-675-7712 is located in Atlanta, Georgia.
Its exchange 675 is managed by COMCAST PHONE OF GEORGIA, LLC.
The number is currently on switch number ATLAGAQWDS0.
Around 57% of people reported it as "Scammer/Fraudster".
You are the 2nd person to search for it here.The number has a total of 14 complaints filed against it.
Latest people reported the number as that of "Robert Reed, Robert Reid"
Person was rude and very accusatory. Indicated I better call this number 770-675-7712 immediately or else trouble would result...
I do not respond to threats by strangers who demand in aggressive voice that I call immediately, AND treat me like I've done something wrong without even identifying themselves or their company. This is obviously a scam operation and it is being reported to all authorities for further investigation.
caller called a relative of mines and said I needed to call this number back and yes threaten to give my info to local authorizes about the possible fraud case they are calling about...
if the Police or any other "Authorizes" were looking for me... this is 2014... i can be located at home at my place of employment by running my ss#... how and why they contacted my family member is a mystery....
Caller claimed I was involved in a fraud case and failure to respond would lead them to send the information to my local D.A. for further action. He did not give his name or say who he was or what company he was calling for. I googled the # and found out that it was a scam. I called the # and the guy said he was looking for my father. I told him I knew it was a scam and he proceeded to ask how to contact my father
Person left a msg without identifying themselves, company or asking for a specific person. How an they know who they are calling ? Anyhow, they mentioned forwarding my info to local district attorneys office for prosecution . I am tired of all these fraud calls and people saying money / fraud / DAs office nonsense. These people need to be stopped
Same deal as everyone above with the voicemails except I actually spoke with a guy when I called back in an attempt to gain knowledge over any outstanding debts I might still have out there. The man identified himself as Richard Reed or Reid and stated he was calling on behalf of HSBC bank and an outstanding debt that I don't recall ever having with them. As I tried to remember the account in question, he tried to confirm my identity by asking if my last 4 digits of my social were correct. It was at that point that I realized no collection agency I've ever dealt with in the past has ever asked me to confirm my social security number, let alone over the phone. He continued to pressure me to give him a checking account number so that I may start making payments towards said debt in monthly $50. installments and said I had until the next business day to respond with my information or else he would be forwarding my case to the district attorney. Total scam. No legit collection agency I've ever dealt with has been this pushy to get my personal info. What I don't understand is how and why these obvious scams are allowed to continue to do business?
Caller didn't give a name referencing who he was calling and that he was calling from the claims investigation division due to a claim of a case to appear in the magistrate court and that it would be applied to my record permanently if I didn't call to get it resolved!
this guy name Rober Reed called left vm on my phone for my husband in regards to a former payday loan from a company called DJR, he threaten that if we didnt get in touch with him that my husband could face possible jail time or be taken to court so I called him setup payment arrangements then I realized I work for the government and know that the phone scams this year are more heavy than last year and decided I would call him, I called and told him by law he is required to see some type of correspondence first about the debt owed he claim he did I told him I never received it then i told him i looked up his name and number and their are alot of complaints and that it seems like a scam, he stated im not scamming no one you made payment arrangements and had your husband to call talking bout yall couldnt make first payment now you saying its a scam he said if you dont want to pay we can take to the courts I replied and said do just that take us to court because i will not be scammed. another i found weird is that when i called him today he answered hello mrs and my name. he also seemed to have an attiude when i told him about the law required him to send correspondence and told him I will not pay until I see it.
BBB wants to warn consumers about National Fraud Investigation Agency. Consumers tell BBB they are getting collection calls from National Fraud Investigation Agency for loans they never took out.
National Fraud Investigation Agency representatives tell consumers that felony charges will be filed against them if they do not pay over the phone immediately. Some consumers tell us the business has their old addresses, social security numbers and other personal identifiable information. But when one consumer asked the business to provide proof of the debt, they refused. The business told another consumer that they had sent notices to the consumer’s old address, but the consumer never received them.
BBB has been unable to locate the business. Mail sent to the address at 943 Sycamore St #1215,Cincinnati, OH 45202 ‎ has been returned as undeliverable. According to Google Maps, 943 Sycamore St does not exist. Our phone calls to the business asking for another address ‎have been ignored.
If you get suspicious calls about a debt you allegedly owe, BBB offers the following advice:
• Ask the debt collector to provide official documentation to prove that you owe the debt.
• Do not provide or confirm any bank account, credit card or other personal information over the phone until you have verified the legitimacy of the call.
• File a complaint with the Federal Trade Commission and/or your state’s Attorney General’s office if the caller is abusive, uses threats or otherwise violates federal telemarketing laws.
- See more at: http://www.bbb.org/blog/2013/07/national-fraud-investigation-agency-phony-debt-collectors/#sthash.yQmIGPEn.dpuf