- Report: #428218
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Complaint Review: Asset Acceptance Corp
Asset Acceptance Corp28405 VanDyke Ave Warren, Michigan U.S.A.
Asset Acceptance Corp AAC reported an account dated 6/2004 on my CBR in July 2008 Warren Michigan
*Consumer Comment: THEY BREAK FEDERAL LAW REGULARLY
I assumed it was a Dell account from the description on my CBR. So, this made me go into research mode, because I knew I had paid Dell in full.
I pulled my old paperwork from Dell showing a $0 balance and I also went another step further and contacted Dell Financial Services to make sure they had the same information.
Dell Customer Service verified the account was paid in full and she also gave me a reference number for the update to the CBR, that she volunteered to do for me. She also verified that the account number on my CBR is not one of theirs.
I have no idea where AAC obtained this account number or the amout, they have ruined my perfect credit score. I am now unable to even get cable services, because they reported this account as a collection account.
I am in the process of trying to get this removed with the CBR and AAC, this is rediculous and I can't see why something can't be done to them.
They should be made remove items like this from everyone else and myself and hit with some big financial penalties. I have one better, how about shut them down for good.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 02/25/2009 07:43 AM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Asset-Acceptance-Corp/Warren-Michigan-48093/Asset-Acceptance-Corp-AAC-reported-an-account-dated-62004-on-my-CBR-in-July-2008-Warren-M-428218. The posting time indicated is Arizona local time. Arizona does not observe daylight savings so the post time may be Mountain or Pacific depending on the time of year.
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