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NCO lies
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Posted: Saturday, August 13, 2011
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Posted: 7/24/2009 12:59:40 PM

By: tiredofbeingscammedbynco

NCO lies
I've been paying off the debts the wife and I incurred while in college. One of my wife's was handled by NCO. While they did make one of those offers to forgive the debt for half the cost, they did try to screw me in the end. About 6 months after clearing the debt, a couple of individuals with accents from the middle east and India started calling not only me, but my mother-in-law as well. They were telling me that we had an outstanding ballance. When I explained the debt-forgiveness offer, they said they'd check into it. The next call started from square one. This time, I had dug up all the cancelled checks and other paperwork. They were forced to confirm the payment I made. Having said that, they then tried to tell me that the fact that the debt was only forgive and not fully returned would affect her credit score. I told him that what he said was nothing like his original claim that we owed them money. He said, 'yes, this is true, but...' I cut him off and told him that he was a lier. They've tried this twice since then (4 months).


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