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Update Time:2011/8/31 3:51:40 | Call Type:Debt Collector
allknowing
    Tina @
        I work for a software company. Yesterday a person named Lisa Robinson called 3 times for one of our employees. The first time she called, she was transferred to the employee with whom she verified the birthday of the person she was calling about and it turned out that it was NOT our employee! She was assured by Lisa that her phone number would be taken out of their system. The employee didn't think anything of it, because Lisa said they would remove her phone number, so she didn't say anything to us about the details of her phone call. Lisa called back a little later in the afternoon and she asked for the employee again. It is my job to find out who people are before I transfer them to whoever they ask for. (It is a sales office and that's just our policy) This time the employee was at lunch. Lisa left her name and number for a return call. When the employee came back from lunch I told her that Lisa had called again while she was at lunch. This time the employee told me what was going on and so I Googled the phone number Lisa was calling from. {585-598-6196} I just love Google! I Google EVERYTHING! So, That is when I found the entries on 800 Notes, so the employee declined to call them back on company time. Lisa then called a third time and didn't ask for the employee this time, but asked for (by first name) the owner and CFO of the company, who also does payroll. She was trying to verify all of the employees' personal information, which was not given out and is protected by law! You would think that if these jokers were legit, they would know that you can not give out an employee's personal info out, over the phone, computer, email, us mail, it doesn't matter, it is not legal to do that. Today, some guy called and identified himself as a "Mr. Bishop from Conserve" I immediately knew who it was and so I asked if it was business or personal. He said business. Again, I know where he is calling from, but he doesn't know Googled his number and I know! lol You still with me? I know it is long, but I want you to know it all!I went round and round with him and finally he said "it is personal business". Wow does this guy really think I am that dumb! I told Mr. Bishop he would have to call the employee at home on her personal time. He said but (again called the owner by her 1st name) she said I could speak with the employee (please keep in mind I am trying to keep the employees name and the owner of the company's name out of this) and I told him that didn't matter, if this is a personal call, you will have to call her at home and I hung up. The whole time I could hear him saying "ma'am, ma'am" as I was hanging up the phone. We can not have personal calls in a sales office! That way there is no money being missed if the rep is always on a business call and never a personal call. Bishop called back and wanted to speak to MY BOSS...I put him on hold and went and told my boss what was going on, that even the owner of the company told me to have them stop calling. Bishop was going to fax a complaint letter about me...ummm ok whatever, go right ahead! I don't have anything bad on 800 Notes or Google as he does!! My boss spoke with him, gave him our fax number and hung up. Pretty much listened to what he had to say and blew him off! Nothing has come across the fax as of yet and I am really not concerned about it.  Again, I am sorry I took up so much of your reading time, but as I said, I wanted whoever reads this to know the whole story! I swear when these bill collectors that are MEN and they start threatening a WOMAN and she doesn't scare easily (like me) it really makes them irritated! LOL I think it is hilarious! Have a fabulous day everyone!
        they verified the birthdate with you? that is 3rd party disclosure and VIOLATES the Gramm–Leach–Bliley Act. Pretexting (sometimes referred to as "social engineering") occurs when someone tries to gain access to personal nonpublic information without proper authority to do so. pretexting by individuals is punishable as a common law crime of False Pretenses
Update Time:2011/8/31 3:51:23 | Call Type:Debt Collector
wtf
    Tina @
        I work for a software company. Yesterday a person named Lisa Robinson called 3 times for one of our employees. The first time she called, she was transferred to the employee with whom she verified the birthday of the person she was calling about and it turned out that it was NOT our employee! She was assured by Lisa that her phone number would be taken out of their system. The employee didn't think anything of it, because Lisa said they would remove her phone number, so she didn't say anything to us about the details of her phone call. Lisa called back a little later in the afternoon and she asked for the employee again. It is my job to find out who people are before I transfer them to whoever they ask for. (It is a sales office and that's just our policy) This time the employee was at lunch. Lisa left her name and number for a return call. When the employee came back from lunch I told her that Lisa had called again while she was at lunch. This time the employee told me what was going on and so I Googled the phone number Lisa was calling from. {585-598-6196} I just love Google! I Google EVERYTHING! So, That is when I found the entries on 800 Notes, so the employee declined to call them back on company time. Lisa then called a third time and didn't ask for the employee this time, but asked for (by first name) the owner and CFO of the company, who also does payroll. She was trying to verify all of the employees' personal information, which was not given out and is protected by law! You would think that if these jokers were legit, they would know that you can not give out an employee's personal info out, over the phone, computer, email, us mail, it doesn't matter, it is not legal to do that. Today, some guy called and identified himself as a "Mr. Bishop from Conserve" I immediately knew who it was and so I asked if it was business or personal. He said business. Again, I know where he is calling from, but he doesn't know Googled his number and I know! lol You still with me? I know it is long, but I want you to know it all!I went round and round with him and finally he said "it is personal business". Wow does this guy really think I am that dumb! I told Mr. Bishop he would have to call the employee at home on her personal time. He said but (again called the owner by her 1st name) she said I could speak with the employee (please keep in mind I am trying to keep the employees name and the owner of the company's name out of this) and I told him that didn't matter, if this is a personal call, you will have to call her at home and I hung up. The whole time I could hear him saying "ma'am, ma'am" as I was hanging up the phone. We can not have personal calls in a sales office! That way there is no money being missed if the rep is always on a business call and never a personal call. Bishop called back and wanted to speak to MY BOSS...I put him on hold and went and told my boss what was going on, that even the owner of the company told me to have them stop calling. Bishop was going to fax a complaint letter about me...ummm ok whatever, go right ahead! I don't have anything bad on 800 Notes or Google as he does!! My boss spoke with him, gave him our fax number and hung up. Pretty much listened to what he had to say and blew him off! Nothing has come across the fax as of yet and I am really not concerned about it.  Again, I am sorry I took up so much of your reading time, but as I said, I wanted whoever reads this to know the whole story! I swear when these bill collectors that are MEN and they start threatening a WOMAN and she doesn't scare easily (like me) it really makes them irritated! LOL I think it is hilarious! Have a fabulous day everyone!
        they verified the birthdate with you? that is 3rd party disclosure and VIOLATES the Gramm–Leach–Bliley Act. Pretexting (sometimes referred to as "social engineering") occurs when someone tries to gain access to personal nonpublic information without proper authority to do so. pretexting by individuals is punishable as a common law crime of False Pretenses.
Update Time:2011/8/31 3:51:04 | Call Type:Debt Collector
allknowing
    Tina @
        I work for a software company. Yesterday a person named Lisa Robinson called 3 times for one of our employees. The first time she called, she was transferred to the employee with whom she verified the birthday of the person she was calling about and it turned out that it was NOT our employee! She was assured by Lisa that her phone number would be taken out of their system. The employee didn't think anything of it, because Lisa said they would remove her phone number, so she didn't say anything to us about the details of her phone call. Lisa called back a little later in the afternoon and she asked for the employee again. It is my job to find out who people are before I transfer them to whoever they ask for. (It is a sales office and that's just our policy) This time the employee was at lunch. Lisa left her name and number for a return call. When the employee came back from lunch I told her that Lisa had called again while she was at lunch. This time the employee told me what was going on and so I Googled the phone number Lisa was calling from. {585-598-6196} I just love Google! I Google EVERYTHING! So, That is when I found the entries on 800 Notes, so the employee declined to call them back on company time. Lisa then called a third time and didn't ask for the employee this time, but asked for (by first name) the owner and CFO of the company, who also does payroll. She was trying to verify all of the employees' personal information, which was not given out and is protected by law! You would think that if these jokers were legit, they would know that you can not give out an employee's personal info out, over the phone, computer, email, us mail, it doesn't matter, it is not legal to do that. Today, some guy called and identified himself as a "Mr. Bishop from Conserve" I immediately knew who it was and so I asked if it was business or personal. He said business. Again, I know where he is calling from, but he doesn't know Googled his number and I know! lol You still with me? I know it is long, but I want you to know it all!I went round and round with him and finally he said "it is personal business". Wow does this guy really think I am that dumb! I told Mr. Bishop he would have to call the employee at home on her personal time. He said but (again called the owner by her 1st name) she said I could speak with the employee (please keep in mind I am trying to keep the employees name and the owner of the company's name out of this) and I told him that didn't matter, if this is a personal call, you will have to call her at home and I hung up. The whole time I could hear him saying "ma'am, ma'am" as I was hanging up the phone. We can not have personal calls in a sales office! That way there is no money being missed if the rep is always on a business call and never a personal call. Bishop called back and wanted to speak to MY BOSS...I put him on hold and went and told my boss what was going on, that even the owner of the company told me to have them stop calling. Bishop was going to fax a complaint letter about me...ummm ok whatever, go right ahead! I don't have anything bad on 800 Notes or Google as he does!! My boss spoke with him, gave him our fax number and hung up. Pretty much listened to what he had to say and blew him off! Nothing has come across the fax as of yet and I am really not concerned about it.  Again, I am sorry I took up so much of your reading time, but as I said, I wanted whoever reads this to know the whole story! I swear when these bill collectors that are MEN and they start threatening a WOMAN and she doesn't scare easily (like me) it really makes them irritated! LOL I think it is hilarious! Have a fabulous day everyone!
        they verified the birthdate with you? that is 3rd party disclosure and VIOLATES the Gramm–Leach–Bliley Act. Pretexting (sometimes referred to as "social engineering") occurs when someone tries to gain access to personal nonpublic information without proper authority to do so. pretexting by individuals is punishable as a common law crime of False Pretenses
Update Time:2011/8/31 3:50:43 | Call Type:Debt Collector
allknowing
    Tina @
        I work for a software company. Yesterday a person named Lisa Robinson called 3 times for one of our employees. The first time she called, she was transferred to the employee with whom she verified the birthday of the person she was calling about and it turned out that it was NOT our employee! She was assured by Lisa that her phone number would be taken out of their system. The employee didn't think anything of it, because Lisa said they would remove her phone number, so she didn't say anything to us about the details of her phone call. Lisa called back a little later in the afternoon and she asked for the employee again. It is my job to find out who people are before I transfer them to whoever they ask for. (It is a sales office and that's just our policy) This time the employee was at lunch. Lisa left her name and number for a return call. When the employee came back from lunch I told her that Lisa had called again while she was at lunch. This time the employee told me what was going on and so I Googled the phone number Lisa was calling from. {585-598-6196} I just love Google! I Google EVERYTHING! So, That is when I found the entries on 800 Notes, so the employee declined to call them back on company time. Lisa then called a third time and didn't ask for the employee this time, but asked for (by first name) the owner and CFO of the company, who also does payroll. She was trying to verify all of the employees' personal information, which was not given out and is protected by law! You would think that if these jokers were legit, they would know that you can not give out an employee's personal info out, over the phone, computer, email, us mail, it doesn't matter, it is not legal to do that. Today, some guy called and identified himself as a "Mr. Bishop from Conserve" I immediately knew who it was and so I asked if it was business or personal. He said business. Again, I know where he is calling from, but he doesn't know Googled his number and I know! lol You still with me? I know it is long, but I want you to know it all!I went round and round with him and finally he said "it is personal business". Wow does this guy really think I am that dumb! I told Mr. Bishop he would have to call the employee at home on her personal time. He said but (again called the owner by her 1st name) she said I could speak with the employee (please keep in mind I am trying to keep the employees name and the owner of the company's name out of this) and I told him that didn't matter, if this is a personal call, you will have to call her at home and I hung up. The whole time I could hear him saying "ma'am, ma'am" as I was hanging up the phone. We can not have personal calls in a sales office! That way there is no money being missed if the rep is always on a business call and never a personal call. Bishop called back and wanted to speak to MY BOSS...I put him on hold and went and told my boss what was going on, that even the owner of the company told me to have them stop calling. Bishop was going to fax a complaint letter about me...ummm ok whatever, go right ahead! I don't have anything bad on 800 Notes or Google as he does!! My boss spoke with him, gave him our fax number and hung up. Pretty much listened to what he had to say and blew him off! Nothing has come across the fax as of yet and I am really not concerned about it.  Again, I am sorry I took up so much of your reading time, but as I said, I wanted whoever reads this to know the whole story! I swear when these bill collectors that are MEN and they start threatening a WOMAN and she doesn't scare easily (like me) it really makes them irritated! LOL I think it is hilarious! Have a fabulous day everyone!
        they verified the birthdate with you? that is 3rd party disclosure and VIOLATES the Gramm–Leach–Bliley Act. Pretexting (sometimes referred to as "social engineering") occurs when someone tries to gain access to personal nonpublic information without proper authority to do so. pretexting by individuals is punishable as a common law crime of False Pretenses
Update Time:2011/8/31 3:50:27 | Call Type:Debt Collector
allknowing
    Tina @
        I work for a software company. Yesterday a person named Lisa Robinson called 3 times for one of our employees. The first time she called, she was transferred to the employee with whom she verified the birthday of the person she was calling about and it turned out that it was NOT our employee! She was assured by Lisa that her phone number would be taken out of their system. The employee didn't think anything of it, because Lisa said they would remove her phone number, so she didn't say anything to us about the details of her phone call. Lisa called back a little later in the afternoon and she asked for the employee again. It is my job to find out who people are before I transfer them to whoever they ask for. (It is a sales office and that's just our policy) This time the employee was at lunch. Lisa left her name and number for a return call. When the employee came back from lunch I told her that Lisa had called again while she was at lunch. This time the employee told me what was going on and so I Googled the phone number Lisa was calling from. {585-598-6196} I just love Google! I Google EVERYTHING! So, That is when I found the entries on 800 Notes, so the employee declined to call them back on company time. Lisa then called a third time and didn't ask for the employee this time, but asked for (by first name) the owner and CFO of the company, who also does payroll. She was trying to verify all of the employees' personal information, which was not given out and is protected by law! You would think that if these jokers were legit, they would know that you can not give out an employee's personal info out, over the phone, computer, email, us mail, it doesn't matter, it is not legal to do that. Today, some guy called and identified himself as a "Mr. Bishop from Conserve" I immediately knew who it was and so I asked if it was business or personal. He said business. Again, I know where he is calling from, but he doesn't know Googled his number and I know! lol You still with me? I know it is long, but I want you to know it all!I went round and round with him and finally he said "it is personal business". Wow does this guy really think I am that dumb! I told Mr. Bishop he would have to call the employee at home on her personal time. He said but (again called the owner by her 1st name) she said I could speak with the employee (please keep in mind I am trying to keep the employees name and the owner of the company's name out of this) and I told him that didn't matter, if this is a personal call, you will have to call her at home and I hung up. The whole time I could hear him saying "ma'am, ma'am" as I was hanging up the phone. We can not have personal calls in a sales office! That way there is no money being missed if the rep is always on a business call and never a personal call. Bishop called back and wanted to speak to MY BOSS...I put him on hold and went and told my boss what was going on, that even the owner of the company told me to have them stop calling. Bishop was going to fax a complaint letter about me...ummm ok whatever, go right ahead! I don't have anything bad on 800 Notes or Google as he does!! My boss spoke with him, gave him our fax number and hung up. Pretty much listened to what he had to say and blew him off! Nothing has come across the fax as of yet and I am really not concerned about it.  Again, I am sorry I took up so much of your reading time, but as I said, I wanted whoever reads this to know the whole story! I swear when these bill collectors that are MEN and they start threatening a WOMAN and she doesn't scare easily (like me) it really makes them irritated! LOL I think it is hilarious! Have a fabulous day everyone!
        they verified the birthdate with you? that is 3rd party disclosure and VIOLATES the Gramm–Leach–Bliley Act. Pretexting (sometimes referred to as "social engineering") occurs when someone tries to gain access to personal nonpublic information without proper authority to do so. pretexting by individuals is punishable as a common law crime of False Pretenses
Update Time:2011/8/31 3:50:06 | Call Type:Debt Collector
allknowing
    Tina @
        I work for a software company. Yesterday a person named Lisa Robinson called 3 times for one of our employees. The first time she called, she was transferred to the employee with whom she verified the birthday of the person she was calling about and it turned out that it was NOT our employee! She was assured by Lisa that her phone number would be taken out of their system. The employee didn't think anything of it, because Lisa said they would remove her phone number, so she didn't say anything to us about the details of her phone call. Lisa called back a little later in the afternoon and she asked for the employee again. It is my job to find out who people are before I transfer them to whoever they ask for. (It is a sales office and that's just our policy) This time the employee was at lunch. Lisa left her name and number for a return call. When the employee came back from lunch I told her that Lisa had called again while she was at lunch. This time the employee told me what was going on and so I Googled the phone number Lisa was calling from. {585-598-6196} I just love Google! I Google EVERYTHING! So, That is when I found the entries on 800 Notes, so the employee declined to call them back on company time. Lisa then called a third time and didn't ask for the employee this time, but asked for (by first name) the owner and CFO of the company, who also does payroll. She was trying to verify all of the employees' personal information, which was not given out and is protected by law! You would think that if these jokers were legit, they would know that you can not give out an employee's personal info out, over the phone, computer, email, us mail, it doesn't matter, it is not legal to do that. Today, some guy called and identified himself as a "Mr. Bishop from Conserve" I immediately knew who it was and so I asked if it was business or personal. He said business. Again, I know where he is calling from, but he doesn't know Googled his number and I know! lol You still with me? I know it is long, but I want you to know it all!I went round and round with him and finally he said "it is personal business". Wow does this guy really think I am that dumb! I told Mr. Bishop he would have to call the employee at home on her personal time. He said but (again called the owner by her 1st name) she said I could speak with the employee (please keep in mind I am trying to keep the employees name and the owner of the company's name out of this) and I told him that didn't matter, if this is a personal call, you will have to call her at home and I hung up. The whole time I could hear him saying "ma'am, ma'am" as I was hanging up the phone. We can not have personal calls in a sales office! That way there is no money being missed if the rep is always on a business call and never a personal call. Bishop called back and wanted to speak to MY BOSS...I put him on hold and went and told my boss what was going on, that even the owner of the company told me to have them stop calling. Bishop was going to fax a complaint letter about me...ummm ok whatever, go right ahead! I don't have anything bad on 800 Notes or Google as he does!! My boss spoke with him, gave him our fax number and hung up. Pretty much listened to what he had to say and blew him off! Nothing has come across the fax as of yet and I am really not concerned about it.  Again, I am sorry I took up so much of your reading time, but as I said, I wanted whoever reads this to know the whole story! I swear when these bill collectors that are MEN and they start threatening a WOMAN and she doesn't scare easily (like me) it really makes them irritated! LOL I think it is hilarious! Have a fabulous day everyone!
        they verified the birthdate with you? that is 3rd party disclosure and VIOLATES the Gramm–Leach–Bliley Act. Pretexting (sometimes referred to as "social engineering") occurs when someone tries to gain access to personal nonpublic information without proper authority to do so. pretexting by individuals is punishable as a common law crime of False Pretenses
Update Time:2011/8/31 3:40:55 | Call Type:Debt Collector
all knowing
    Name: CONSERVE Address: FAIRPORT, NY 14450-2424 Phone: 585-598-6196 Carrier: PAETEC COMM - NY Carrier Region: FAIRPORT, NY --more info-- CONSERVE COLLECTIONS Address(es): 700 PERINTON HILLS OFFICE PARK , FAIRPORT NY 14450-3615 Phone(s): 585-421-4000
Update Time:2010/8/19 23:25:44 | Call Type:Other WebSite
KT
    Miguel with Conserve called and claimed he was calling for my ex-roommate.I said "I keep telling you people she moved to Japan 3 years ago". He says we've never spoken before, I said, I'm sorry I assumed you were a collection agency.  He said NO - he was calling because I was listed as a REFERENCE.  I assumed as a job.But then he started asking me about contact info. for her (which if it was a job application he should have), then asking to speak to someone who "handles her estate".So basically he completely lied to me, reported to DONOTCALL & will be sending CONSERVE a cease & Desist letter.Caller: CONSERVECall Type: Debt Collector
Update Time:2010/8/19 23:25:44 | Call Type:Other WebSite
b3tty
    call rec'd today.  do not answer these calls!  these are scammers!  they get your # from who knows where.  do NOT give out ANY informtion!Caller: 585-598-6196
Update Time:2010/8/19 23:25:44 | Call Type:Other WebSite
bc
    These people called my brother asking personal questions. Then called me and left no message. Can't be legitimate or legal and are probably stealing ID's.
Update Time:2010/8/19 23:25:44 | Call Type:Other WebSite
Jen
    I received a bizarre call from CONSERVE today 585-598-6196 - a very nice woman asked for a person that I dated when I was in high school.. I AM 35 years old now! I asked (nicely) how in the WORLD did you get my name/number, and she said I was listed as a reference. Now, I haven't seen/heard from this guy since 1993 -- and just got the number she called me on in 2004.. how in the hell did they get my name/number? WTF?Caller: CONSERVE
Update Time:2010/8/19 23:25:44 | Call Type:Other WebSite
Sallie
    A person called asking for our employee.  I told him he does not come into our office very often and could I take a message.  He said, no he really needed to talk to the employee (by name).  I looked the phone number up and found that it is a collection agency.  I feel calling a employer's phone number, and tying up the business line is out bounds.  Also, not being truthful as to the reason they are calling is out of bounds as well.Caller: Conserve
Update Time:2010/8/19 23:25:44 | Call Type:Other WebSite
RC
    They called my Skype number and didn't leave a message.  So I called back.  Got some girl named Joy (or Joan?) at Conserve.  She asked what number had been called.  I told her.  She said it wasn't in the system and, if it wasn't in the system, then they couldn't have called my number.  Right...my caller ID is lying.  So I said, "Oh, must have been a wrong number then."  She said, rudely, "Probably not."  And hung up.  What the heck??  Oh, did I mention that we have no debt in default and always pay everything on time?  I think it's a hoax to collect information.Caller: ConserveCall Type: Debt Collector
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