CCA Finance CCA Credit Services Division This company falsely acquires information with the pretense of offering services that they have no intention of rendering...also sells personal information. fraudulent ripoff business Las Vegas, NV 89114-6101 Las Vegas Nevada .....
I recently via mail received a letter with a credit card enclosed. I called the company to find out what this card was for and asked about the limit. Before the agent would give me any information, she informed me that she had a script that she had to go by verbatim and could not give me any information without my name, telephone number and social security number. When I told her I did not want to give her the information, she said that she could not help me unless I gave her the information. I gave her a phone number to a relative because she assured me that her company did not give out that information and would not call if I did not want the card.
I told her then after giving her the number that I was not interested in the card, but I was interested in what kind of company it was and how they got my information considering I have not applied for credit recently. She said that they did a survey of credit applications over the last 16-18 weeks and sent out the cards to people who needed to repair their credit. I told her that I did not need to rebuild my credit, and did not want the card. I told her that I was cutting it up and I did not want any one to call me. When I told her I wasn't interested, she asked me why.
I told her quite honestly that I hadn't paid my VISA bill, and that I was positive that I would not pay them, either. She said that my reason was a good one not to want a credit card. I also said that I saw no point in having an 8000.00 credit limit on a mail order company. I ended by SPECIFICALLY requesting that they DELETE all information they acquired from me and hung up on the agent. Since then, I have had NUMEROUS calls to my relative's home with credit card offers and rude telephone agents. They have been told NOT to call and that it would be considered harrassment. Apparently, they don't seem to understand that.
I found that one of the companies trying to contact me is in Montreal, Quebec. Be smart, and don't fall for this FRADULANT company! They will sell your name and number to everyone, and you can't get the companies to stop calling. Unfortunately, Canada does not have to abide by the rules of the BBB, and they don't seem to be familiar with the FDCPA, either. If you receive something in the mail from this company, DO NOT CALL THEM. Instead, take the return address envelope and send them ALL YOUR JUNK MAIL. That should pass along the idea that you're not interested.
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