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Complaint Review: Asset Acceptance LLC
Asset Acceptance LLCPO box 2036 Internet United States of America
Asset Acceptance LLC Asset Acceptance LLC Are scam artists Internet
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Asset Aceeptance LLC scamers sent me a notice of collection saying that I owed 6666.91 dollars but that they were giving me a discount, I only owed them 1332.38 how nice of them. I threw the first letter in the garbage because I know I don't owe anyone anything.
Then the second letter came in the mail and I had it so I call them they told me, get this that they were collecting a debt from World financial bank which I've never even heard of nor have ever had any dealings with. Not only that when I asked when this bogus debt occured they told me 1991, 19 years ago, what a joke even at that I still have never heard of this bank period.
That's when I blew up and started yelling at these clowns, told them to come and get it , are economy in this country is bad enough without scammers like this praying on innocent hard working people who allways pay what they owe. This country does not have enough jails to hold all the Bernie Madoffs in it.
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