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• Oct 25, 2021

These people are [censored]s! Same experience as everyone above except They told me it was for a wells Fargo account that I closed in good standing. They told me I owed $800. They had the last 4#'s of my SS#. I just told them to serve the papers and I would deal with it. It makes me sick to do deal with these types of scammers. I wasn't even going to call the number back, but for some reason today I decided to. My credit is excellent and have not had any collections in over 15 years and the Wells Fargo account they are referencing was opened and closed within a year about 5 years ago.

Victim Location 77584
Type of a scam Debt Collections

This scammer claims to be the Dispute Resolution Center in Houston, Texas. They tell victims that they are collecting on a past debt and are going to press charges against the victim if they do not immediately pay the balance. They will sometimes ask for information such as addresses and social security numbers. They claim to be located in Willis Tower on Post Oak but if you speak to building management at Willis Tower they will inform you there is no organization by that name in the building. Another address offered by the scammer was found to be the address of a post office. There is a Dispute Resolution Center in Houston, but they are a non-profit organization that offers free mediation to residents of Harris County. They are not a debt collector. This scammer uses the nae

Victim Location 62703
Type of a scam Debt Collections

They first called us last Fall, giving similar details like their address in Houston, TX and that they have certified documents to serve my wife (referring to her maiden name). Both instances, they left a voicemail with details around how they're going to serve us the documents (first attempt at home address, then at place of work). So, I called them back today and asked for their information so I can verify they're a real business. I called the real DRC in Houston and asked to speak with Max Keller; I was told no person under that name works there and that they've been getting some calls reporting similar type of activity. I then called Williams Tower and asked if a business under the name of "Dispute Resolution Center" or "DRC" resided in the building; again, the answer was no. I called the scammers back to report my findings. I asked "why the DRC told me no one named Max Keller works there"; their response was "do you know how many DRCs are in Houston?". I said, "NO", then was told "3 locations" (even though only 1 is listed when you search online). Then I asked, "which location is this?", they said "Williams Tower". Then I proceeded with "how come the building tells me no such business exists in that building?", their answer: "The building isn't obligated to tell you what business are in the tower". We went back and forth as I continued to call them out, while they stayed completely in character. I asked "how come the process server never appears to serve us documents?", they told me that the process servers have no affiliation and are complete entities from their business. "So how come the process server gave me this number to call?" This stumped them, and was told they cannot help me because I'm not being productive and hung up on me.

Victim Location 33315
Type of a scam Debt Collections

I received a call from a blocked number that left a message stating that they had been hired to delivery a certified document which has been attached to my name and social security number. The person in the voicemail said that they were scheduled to deliver the document at my residence or place of employment tomorrow between 3 and 5pm. They then left directions to call the filing part at 833-729-1762 and refer to an index # that they provided.

I called the number provided and they claimed that they do not make outgoing calls. The person I spoke to identified himself as George Marin, working for DRC (Dispute Resolution Center), a company writes recommendations and review for bank and attorney groups for upcoming disputes. He claimed they had been retained by a WellsFargo to collect $820, and that WellsFargo is attempting to collect 3 times as much. He wanted to get my side of the story.

Victim Location 75063
Type of a scam Debt Collections

I expect this is a scam or might be. My wife received a voice mail message from a woman named Nicole who indicated she was a process server for Dallas County and she would be delivering suit papers the following day between 2-5 PM. If we had any questions we could call the business who filed the suit at 855-881-1047 and refer to a case number. My wife called and gave permission for the caller to discus with me, her husband. I called back and was told there was a suit filed by US Bank for an account that was closed with a balance due of less than $500 which may have included fees. Fees continued to accumulate until the balance $1562.40. The bank is tripling this to $4687.20. However I we paid the $1562.40 before the suit papers were delivered we should be good. If we did not pay we would have to go before a judge for a trial. At one time my wife did have an account and closed it, some 9 years ago. She has never heard from the bank for any reason. She closed from the account because money was missing from her account and the bank could not explain. I have never known a process server to call before delivering a suit. I have not known a process server to leave a message to call someone to find out what is happening before the suit is delivered. The pressure DSC applied to pay the "discounted" amount before the suit is delivered by the process server does not sound a reasonable business practice. I suspect this is a scam. DSC did identify my wife by name and the last 4 of her SS#.

Victim Location 32174
Type of a scam Debt Collections

Received a voicemail from someone posing as a process server claiming that I was to be served a court summons on the following Monday and was told if I had any questions or wanted to reschedule to call (855) 881-1047. A case number was also provided.

I called the number and was told that I was being taken to court for an actual debt that I do owe from a long time ago (which is very small). I was told that they would be seeking FAR more than the debt is. (Thousands of dollars for a debt that is a few hundred).

After some back and forth the operator raised the huge red flag by telling me the debt could be settled "today only" for a much smaller amount than what they would be seeking in court and ultimately required that I paid them over the phone with a credit card.

They had my full name, actual details about my credit history, and the last 4 digits of my ss number.

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