- Report: #255080
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Complaint Review: Asset Acceptance, NCO Group Inc.
Asset Acceptance, NCO Group Inc.28405 Van Dyke Avenue Warren, Michigan U.S.A.
Asset Acceptance Capital Corporation, Asset Accepance LLC, NCO Group Inc. Asset Acceptance is trying to collect old debt outside of the Statute of Limitations or SOL. Ripoff Warren Michigan
I have more info for others if you need help. Don't pay these debt collectors anything. Most of them are NOT licensed and if you give them money it will go into their pockets for play money. These collection agencies are not legit and have no legal right to take your money and NONE of your money will go to the original creditor to pay the debt. They have to validate the debt which goes back to Basic Contract Law that they have to send you a contract between them and your original credit card that shows they bought it and the contract has to be REAL and not so phony piece of junk they made on their computer..
There are alot of BS Collection Agency trolls on here who will try to scare you and put you down. They are all full of it. Go to any lawyer and they will tell you that there is a Statute of Limitations for ALL contracts except Student Loans that stuff get a little more tricky. Pick up a law book-Basic Law covers SOL.
Brooklyn, New York
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 06/17/2007 05:32 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Asset-Acceptance-NCO-Group-Inc/Warren-Michigan-48090/Asset-Acceptance-Capital-Corporation-Asset-Accepance-LLC-NCO-Group-Inc-Asset-Acceptanc-255080. 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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