- Report: #366881
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Complaint Review: Creditors Interchange - Bank Of America
Creditors Interchange - Bank Of AmericaNationwide U.S.A.
Creditors Interchange - Bank Of America violating personal privacy, Legal Threats, suspicious representives saying they have power to sue you.Nationwide
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Is this a violation of my privacy for creditors interchange to call my parents and telling them that I face a lawsuit and will be sued if I don't make a payment by the end of the month. They also told my parents and even a possible old roommate how far in debt my Bank of America account is along with their threats against me and that they have a legal case number which happens to be the same number as their way to pull up my debt account through their agency which seems suspicious.
I feel that they crossed the line by giving my personal information about my debt owed to Creditors Interchange to someone else other than myself.
The last time I spoke with Creditors Interchange they told me that they have been sending info and trying to call my old roommate's place. I suspect that they are violating my privacy there too and talking to him about my business.
I know that other collection agencies can't give any info about you to anyone-- even family members unless you consent to it. Does anyone know if this is actually legal???
I would appreciate any responses, thank you :)
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 08/25/2008 08:52 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Creditors-Interchange-Bank-Of-America/nationwide/Creditors-Interchange-Bank-Of-America-violating-personal-privacy-Legal-Threats-suspici-366881. 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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