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Calls from 248-216-1536 are coming from Midland Credit Managment

Calls from 248-216-1536 are coming from Midland Credit Managment

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When they answer it is a foreigner and they want to patch me through to someone else. I hung up

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No one there....

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Scam!

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They called me at 8:18am on 3/31/17, and just like some others say, the person just said my name, I asked what can I help you with. She said I just want to confirm, is this--------------!? I said yes, how can I hel you? She said, hold the line I have a call for you! I hung up!

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Should never answer YES! They can record your answer and claim you said yes to an offer and bill you. Never answer a number you don't recognize. If it's a legit call or someone who needs to contact you, they will leave a message. If they don't, its most likely telemarketers or a scammer!

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Midland Collections is very fancy name for bunch of low life collectors that use gray area tactics to collect 25 to 35 cents on dollar for an old or statute expired debt that they bought in bulk for about a nickel an account. The caller is not interested whether or not you've settled already, or even it is your debt. Why? Because the floor supervisor is riding shotgun on the callers to produce, and worse, without actual collections, they make less than a hamburger flipper in Burger King! If you want to get these guys off of your back, get with your state authorities. The ambulance chasing legal division knows all the tricks to get around the Feds!

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No message and has called twice.

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Like previously mentioned, they are calling on old debts...from about ten years ago that was thrown off my credit report as an identity theft situation...somehow these little b******s get your information anyway..

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They nickel and dime over debts that aren't even theirs-what a bunch of low lifes.

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called left no message

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they need to get arrested.

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Asked for me to say yes to something. Hanged up

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Read all of the comments in hear, made me scared... I said a lot of YES before they hung up the phone in the middle of our conversation...

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Called my EX and told him nearly every dime I have on my credit cards. (They told him I owe money on my sears credit card... I don't have a sears credit card) Isn't this against the law? My ex's name isn't on any loans I have (or credit cards)

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Think the hackers of Exp credit website that got millions of ID sold to these people

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2 or 3 times aday!!!

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2 or 3 times aday!!!

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2 or 3 times a day!!!

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If you're subjected to harassing robocalls or debt collection calls, you have rights under the Telephone Consumer Protection Act and the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act. Each of these federal consumer protection laws prohibits callers and debt collectors from engaging in certain types of activities. These activities can include:

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  • Using profanity or abusive language
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  • Texting your cell phone without permission
  • Sending you faxes without authorization

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