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Complaint Review: NCC Investigations
NCC InvestigationsMarietta, Georgia United States of America
NCC Investigations Harry Miller Fraudulent Collection Scam Marietta, Georgia
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Upon investigating the company, NCC Investigative Services, I learned that they had a history of intimidation and harassment in dealing with consumers. It turns out that they are bottom feeders, buying defaulted debt from payday loan companies. Therefore, I researched Indiana Code regarding the regulation of such companies, and learned that it is illegal to file a criminal charge or intimate that a charge will be filed in the event of a default. Therefore, what they are doing is both illegal and a scam.
Statutes regarding payment loan companies vary by state; however, according to IC 24-4.5-7-101, these companies can both be prosecuted and sued for damages for violation of these statutes. The consumer can get up to $2,000 per occurrence, plus costs and attorney fees. This company should either be shut down, or penalized and put on the straight and narrow.
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