The Below Is Number 480-747-9849 Detail Message
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Update Time:8/26/2010 12:00:00 AM | Call Type:Other WebSite
    This number keeps coming up asking for me...and I keep telling them this is a place of business and they won't stop calling. Is there some place to stop the harassment?
Update Time:8/16/2010 6:51:54 PM | Call Type:Other WebSite
    This number continues to call me
Update Time:7/21/2010 12:00:00 AM | Call Type:Other WebSite
    In my case, Recovery Partners LLC is claiming that the creditor is Oliphant Financial LLC and they are attempting to collect an 8 year old debt incurred by use of a Lord and Taylor department store credit card.I rarely use store credit cards, making a purchase about once every 3 years with that method of payment. There is a woman a few towns over whose name is exactly the same as mine.  We have a similar birthdate and our husbands have names that are similar to each other with similar birthdates.  This has caused me over 20 years of credit related difficulties.Her debts have been charged to my credit card accounts, I've been denied credit because the creditor thought I was her, my department store accounts have been frozen because she stopped paying her bills, I made car payments to my bank that were placed as deposits into her account for 3 months straight (had to cancel the bank account after I discovered that I was being reported as delinquent when I was paying on time, they just misplaced the money), I've repeatedly had collection action taken against me for her debts, and about 10 years ago, a doctor's office called me up, told me off, said I was lying when I said I wasn't her and that I owed them for gynecological treatment.  They sent her patient file to my house as proof that I was the debtor!  That's a huge violation of HIPAA medical privacy law, not to mention that the doctor's office provided me with all of this woman's personal information, including her social security number.I don't know what this current collection is for.  They won't tell me what was purchased, only that the purchase was made in 2002.  I think the last time I used my Lord and Taylor store card was in 2007 when I bought a business suit.  I moved that same year and didn't receive the bill until a year later, when the bill collectors easily tracked me down.  Lord and Taylor had not updated my address information.  Even though I informed them of the new address and filed a change of address with the postal service, I never received a bill.  As soon as I was made aware of the debt, I paid the amount owed and never used the card again.  If it was really me who owed this debt from 2002, why would the store allow me to make a purchase in 2007 without bringing up this allegedly unpaid amount?   If it's the previously uncollected debt I paid once it was made known to me, why are they still trying to collect?  They use two phone numbers when calling me: 480-747-9883 and 480-747-9849.
Update Time:7/8/2010 12:00:00 AM | Call Type:Other WebSite
    Received 1st hagup call. PR Solutions on Caller ID.
Update Time:7/7/2010 12:00:00 AM | Call Type:Other WebSite
    They called me on my cell phone and I am really not sure why. They said I owed a debit to a company that I have already paid off. Also I went threw Care One to pay my debit off so I gave them there information and told them they had to contact them. I hope they do not call me again!
Update Time:7/7/2010 12:00:00 AM | Call Type:Other WebSite
    Did you know that you can sue them for up to $1,500 for for every time they intentionally call a non-debtor?:CollectionsTCPA: What Is It & How Does It Affect You?The Telephone Consumer Protection Act of 1991 (TCPA) does many things - including prohibiting debt collectors from calling your cell phone without your permission. Each unauthorized call could result in the debt collector paying you up to $1,500. Here's some helpful information on the Act and how it might affect you. What is the TCPA? The TCPA, which was signed into law in 1991 under the first Bush Administration and codified under 47 U.S.C. 227, prohibits calls using any automatic telephone dialing system or artificial or prerecorded voices to: •Emergency telephone lines •Telephone lines of any guest room or patient room at a hospital, health care facility, elderly home or similar establishment •Telephone numbers assigned to paging services, cellular telephone services, specialized mobile radio services, other radio common carrier services or any service for which the called party is charged for the call •Any telephone call to a residential telephone line •Send unauthorized faxesThe only way that a caller won't violate the statute is if express consent has been given - and violations of the TCPA are steep. An unintentional call carries a damage amount of $500; an intentional call carries a damage amount of $1,500. That's per call and regardless of the purpose of the call. In other words, if they call you using an automated dialing system without your consent, they've violated the Act and you are entitled to damages. How does it affect you? Most debt collectors use automatic telephone dialing systems to contact debtors. You'll recognize this when you go to pick up the phone and there is a slight hesitation on the other end. In fact, most debt collectors are calling nearly 100 people at a time just waiting for someone to answer. Although many have stopped calling landlines, cell phones are another story. Since more and more people are using cell phones either instead of, or in addition to, traditional landlines, debt collectors are finding their cell phone numbers using skip tracers, calling them and hoping that they don't realize that the TCPA has been violated.
Update Time:7/7/2010 12:00:00 AM | Call Type:Other WebSite
Pissed Off Gun Owner
    Don't bother. It doesn't do any good. I've bee getting calls from over 20 collectors asking for someone with the same last name as mine for over three years.  When one a** hole gives up, they pass it off to another one and it starts all over again in 2 or 3 weeks.  I always chuckle when the name on my caller ID changes but it's the same number from a few months earlier.  The only success I've had (Or maybe it's just satisfaction) is to answer the phone and start cussing the worst language I can muster until they hang up.
Update Time:6/24/2010 12:00:00 AM | Call Type:Other WebSite
    Number showed up on my caller id.
Update Time:6/3/2010 12:00:00 AM | Call Type:Other WebSite
    I get calls from RP solutions all times of the day from any time in the morning to late at night. They leave no message or if they do it's a werid message that I can't understand at all. I'm tired of them calling me at all times of the day. They will even call me on saturdays and sundays at around 7:30am. I'm about to leave an out going message that if i keep getting calls from numbers more then once a day I'm contacting the police for harassment. They should only be calling once a day, and if they are calling and scaming and I'm on the donot call list they can get over a 10,000 dollar fine for everytime they call me. Which I am on the list I'm about to file acomplaint with the federal do not call list.
Update Time:5/26/2010 12:00:00 AM | Call Type:Other WebSite
    I keep getting calls from this number asking for someone else.  When I tell them they have the wrong person, they claim I am lying and keep calling asking for money for a debt that is not mine!
Update Time:5/24/2010 12:00:00 AM | Call Type:Other WebSite
    Actually, the FDCPA (Fair Debt Collection Practices Act) itself protects debtors as well as non-debtors.  Debt collectors may not misrepresent themselves, harrass, threaten, or intimidate debtors, contact you at work after you have told them not to and that your employer does not allow those types of calls.  They also may not threaten a debtor with jail, or call friends and relatives to discuss a debt.  RP Solutions and several other unsrupulous debt collectors do this, however.  The best thing to do is send a certified, return receipt requested letter asking them to cease and desist from calling, and any future contact must be in writing only, make them validate the original debt, and tell them you know they are violating the law and are reporting them to your state attorney general's office and the Better Business Bureau.  Otherwise they will just keep calling on and on and on.
Update Time:5/12/2010 12:00:00 AM | Call Type:Other WebSite
    calling my mothers house for me where i have not lived for 25 years
Update Time:5/6/2010 12:00:00 AM | Call Type:Other WebSite
oh sure
    I got a call from this number tonight.  The guy was polite enough, but he was trying to collect on a 20 year old debt that was taken care of at least 10 years ago.  How they got my phone number and linked it to this old old debt I have no idea.  I did some looking around on the web, turns out the original bank the debt was with has been purchased by Bank of America, who has zero record of me in there system.  I suspect it's a scam to get personal information or cash.
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