They are a “legit company” that has filed with the State of Ohio but in no way does that mean they are running a legitimate business. This company is using threats of unlawful arrest and litigation. By the way here is the link for the SOS of Ohio information:
In another thread we have seen Austin Evans write " I got arrested 3 weeks later " and " You can look up my case number if you like " but it seems very odd that he/she did not provide any information about their case to prove that this company is " no joke ". We have also seen frank ventresca writing " they proved the case and i spent 1.5 years in prison " and again not providing any information to prove this. It would seem that if a person wants to help warn others to help them prevent a pretty serious situation they would be providing that proof.
HMM, does this seem odd to you also?
I was a debt collector for years and even ran my own agency and find it absolutely deplorable the tactics that some collectors will use to get someone to pay a bill. At no point am I saying anyone should not pay a debt they owe but it is not okay to threaten that person with actions that cannot be taken by law.
My wife has now received a call from Advanced Capital Solutions saying that she owes for some payday loan from 2007 however my wife has not taken out this so called loan and she informed them of this. The agent proceeded to say that maybe a roommate or relative used their information but they are still responsible for the debt but if she pays the debt they will help her take the case to court in order to sue whomever it was that open the account.
I handled the fraud cases for the collections I did and at no time we would say a debtor would have to pay first then file a fraud case. I would tell them they would still be held responsible for the account if they have NOT filed a fraud case. It is a shame that friends and family would use your information but it does happen and if that debtor is not willing to file a fraud report against the ones they love (which I know I would have a problem doing that myself) they would unfortunately still be liable for that debt.
I did have the chance to talk to the agent myself and informed them that I am formally requesting that they provide us with the loan documents and/or proof of the debt per the FDCPA regulations and immediately t