Did you get a call from 800-536-9633 ?Report it and help to identify who and why is calling from this number. Also report unwanted calls to help identify who is using this phone number.
Update Time:2010/8/30 0:00:00 | Call Type:Other WebSite
felton clark jr
    this caller call me and ask me for the last four of my social security number, and i said what company is this? And she hang up.
Update Time:2010/8/16 18:53:57 | Call Type:Other WebSite
L Smith
    I kept getting repeated messages for someone I have never heard of, but who shares my first initial/last name, on my answering machine. A recording said, "Press 1 if you are Lou Smith. Press 2 if you are not Lou Smith." Of course, my answering machine can't press anything. Then that same message was repeated. Then, the recording said, "If you are still on this call, you are verifying that you are Lou Smith." How frustrating! Do they not allow for answering machines? Anyway, after receiving about 10 of these calls - always on my answering machine - I called and got my number removed from their list. I had to ask the name of the company or I wouldn't know, and then I looked it up online. It's Harvard Collection Services, 4839 N. Elston Ave, Chicago, IL 60630.  They were abrupt and didn't apologize for my inconvenience, so have at it with them - no love lost there!
Update Time:2010/8/16 18:53:57 | Call Type:Other WebSite
E
    This number keeps calling me, I answer, then I hear a female computer voice say "hello," then it hangs up.
Update Time:2010/8/16 18:53:57 | Call Type:Other WebSite
TEG
    This number keeps coming up on my missed phone calls, I've tried calling it back to see who it is, but no answer.
Update Time:2010/8/14 4:20:59 | Call Type:Other WebSite
L Smith
    I kept getting repeated messages for someone I have never heard of, but who shares my first initial/last name, on my answering machine. A recording said, "Press 1 if you are Lou Smith. Press 2 if you are not Lou Smith." Of course, my answering machine can't press anything. Then that same message was repeated. Then, the recording said, "If you are still on this call, you are verifying that you are Lou Smith." How frustrating! Do they not allow for answering machines? Anyway, after receiving about 10 of these calls - always on my answering machine - I called and got my number removed from their list. I had to ask the name of the company or I wouldn't know, and then I looked it up online. It's Harvard Collection Services, 4839 N. Elston Ave, Chicago, IL 60630.  They were abrupt and didn't apologize for my inconvenience, so have at it with them - no love lost there!
Update Time:2010/8/14 4:20:59 | Call Type:Other WebSite
Lisa
    the message says this is a message for xxxx does not leave a name
Update Time:2010/8/14 4:20:59 | Call Type:Other WebSite
Sam
    Seems to be a collection agency
Update Time:2010/8/5 0:00:00 | Call Type:Other WebSite
Lisa
    I've been getting harassing calls for weeks from collection agencies and finally decided to do something about it. If you ignore them, they breed. If you try to deal with them by phone--well, lots of them are illegitimate and do illegal things with the information. I talked to someone at the New York Attorney's Office yesterday about these calls. He said you can report them to the Federal Trade Commission (they have an easy way to do so online) and your Attorney General's office but practically speaking that won't stop the calls. You have to write them--send them a cease communications and demand for validation of the debt, certified mail, receipt requested--THAT will stop them. You can easily find sample letters on the net. (Wouldn't hurt to put yourself on the no call registry if you haven't. Harvard Collection left their number on my caller ID today--which is why I'm on this thread trying to find out who they are to write the letter to them. Someone else on this thread provided the address: Harvard Collection Agency 4839 N. Elston Ave, Chicago, IL 60630. Good luck with dealing with them--and be careful. Lots of these collection agencies are scams. Even if you do owe money, you must find out who legitimately owns the debt before settling with them, or you're not going to do yourself much good. And never, ever, ever give them direct access to your accounts.
Update Time:2010/7/14 0:00:00 | Call Type:Other WebSite
trulyred
    My sister, who lives in a different state than I do just called me. she gave me a phone number telling me that her mother (NOT mine) got a call from this number stating that they are doing a background check on me. No reason that any background check should be done on me!   Her mother, whom I have not had any contact with for 16 years gave them my sister's phone number.  When my sister answered the phone she got a message stating it was "Harvard" something and the computer told her to hold for a specialist, so she hung up.  There is no reason that anyone could trace me back to my ex-stepmother who left my father when I was 17! Especially since I haven't had a relationship with her since then except the occassional crossing paths for my sister. I've changed my last name twice since then and I left the state of Maine in 1997.  I feel like someone is stalking me.  It makes no sense how someone would try to reach me through her...and her name has changed a few times since then too. What should I do?
Update Time:2010/3/1 0:00:00 | Call Type:Other WebSite
ELY
    you can get that taken off if there is no proof that it should be on there. My husbands social is very close to someone in his family so things from their credit were showing on his report. He did a discrepancy request (or whatever it's called) showing that they were wrong and it was removed. Fairly quickly as well. Go through the credit agencies and not through the company listed on your report. All they care about is if they are getting some money.
Update Time:2010/1/6 0:00:00 | Call Type:Other WebSite
like u.. annoyed
    They called my house phone and left no msg on my answering machine. Lucky my caller ID picked up the number and I was forced to look up the phone number online. After about 10 attempts to call them back, I finally got a hold of a woman who was trying to reach my ex wife.  My ex and I have been divorced for over a year now and has NEVER been associated with my current home phone number.  I asked this woman how she got my phone number and her reply was, "Sir, we're a collection agency.  Don't you know it's our job to get related phone numbers for people we're trying to reach?".  I asked her, "That still doesn't explain how you got MY home phone number.  Can you please tell me how you got it?". She then told me that if I thought they acquired my phone number illegally, that I should contact the BBB (Better Business Bureau).  I laughed and said, "Maybe I should!".Long story short, they were attempting to reach someone who hasn't lived in my home for well over a year.
Update Time:2009/12/30 0:00:00 | Call Type:Other WebSite
L Smith
    I kept getting repeated messages for someone I have never heard of, but who shares my first initial/last name, on my answering machine. A recording said, "Press 1 if you are Lou Smith. Press 2 if you are not Lou Smith." Of course, my answering machine can't press anything. Then that same message was repeated. Then, the recording said, "If you are still on this call, you are verifying that you are Lou Smith." How frustrating! Do they not allow for answering machines? Anyway, after receiving about 10 of these calls - always on my answering machine - I called and got my number removed from their list. I had to ask the name of the company or I wouldn't know, and then I looked it up online. It's Harvard Collection Services, 4839 N. Elston Ave, Chicago, IL 60630.  They were abrupt and didn't apologize for my inconvenience, so have at it with them - no love lost there!
Update Time:2009/12/30 0:00:00 | Call Type:Other WebSite
very annoyed
    thank you for that info! they call me so many times i can't keep track
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