- Report: #421776
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Complaint Review: NCC COMMONWEALTH FINANCIAL SYSTEMS/ Cingular/ AT&T wireless
NCC COMMONWEALTH FINANCIAL SYSTEMS/ Cingular/ AT&T wireless120 N KEYSER AVENUE, SCRANTON, Pennsylvania U.S.A.
NCC COMMONWEALTH FINANCIAL SYSTEMS/ Cingular/ AT&T wireless DEBT COLLECTION OF OUTDATED CLOSED ACCOUNT SCRANTON Pennsylvania
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To my knowledge, the account was closed and had no past due balance. This company NCC is claiming that I owe $582.29 for what I don't know. If in fact I did owe this amount don't you think the actual company Worldcom or AT&T would have tried to collect on it far before now?
Please review your records, I refuse to pay for something that I don't have or is no longer in use. Furthermore, as I said this information should not even be on a credit report being that it is past the statute of limitations or both seven and ten years. I'm surprised that a company would go to such extremes to collect money that is not owed to them. I believe it is just a money making scheme to get money from unsuspecting persons. Trust me not this time, I have a lawyer and am not afraid to use them if necessary.
Please advise me of your decision on the matter.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 02/08/2009 08:26 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/NCC-COMMONWEALTH-FINANCIAL-SYSTEMS-Cingular-ATT-wireless/SCRANTON-Pennsylvania-18504-9701/NCC-COMMONWEALTH-FINANCIAL-SYSTEMS-Cingular-ATT-wireless-DEBT-COLLECTION-OF-OUTDATED-CL-421776. 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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