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Complaint Review: NCR Processing
NCR ProcessingInternet USA
NCR Processing Alleges judgement claims in their office Internet
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Automated message left on voicemail alleging claims in their office. I called and was hung up on. I called again and the call was answered but no one answered. Third call answered but male person refused to give me any answered until I give him some of my personal information i.e. social security number. Finally, the next call a female gave me the name of the company (NCR Processing) but refused to give her name. Alleges claims of judgements in their office again a person at my telephone number. When I refused to give my information she hung up on me. After reading complaints on the internet about this number I find that they are alleging that people owe payday loans. I don't do payday loans. I don't have any claims or judgements against me according to my credit bureau report. If there certainly are claims or judgements against me then I would believe that the company would give basic information about their "firm" i.e. types of claims that are processed through their office and/or the name of the attorney they represent, etc. But they refuse to give information as I refused as well. Don't fear these type of scammers. Let them file whatever paperwork they need to file. Also, in a threatening way I was told that "the claims judgements paperwork would be processed" then hung up on. If they are not scammers why the anger and threat. Sorry I'm no fool. Haha
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 03/03/2014 11:31 AM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/NCR-Processing/internet/NCR-Processing-Alleges-judgement-claims-in-their-office-Internet-1127876. 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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