- Report: #1154044
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Complaint Review: Portfolio Recovery Associates
Portfolio Recovery AssociatesPO Box 12914 Norfolk, Virginia USA
Portfolio Recovery Associates They seem to be hard up for cash Norfolk Virginia
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I got a phone call from Porfolio Recovery Associates stating I owe a bill from Southwestern Bill from 2000. Yes, from a company that no longer exists and 14 years ago. I know I never had Southwestern Bell and I know I never lived at the address they stated the bill was from. The girl, not identifying herself nor identifying the company at first. I did not give my current address, because I do not want them harassing me through snail mail as they do via my phone number. The girl said she was going to put my account as "Refusal to Pay" because I refused to give my current address, that I have been living at for the last 12 years.
When I called Portfolio Recovery Associates back to get their physical address, they gave me a PO Box...surprise, surprise. The girl I spoke to the second time talked over me and gave me an attitude. When I asked to speak to someone, preferably a supervisior, because I didn't want to talk to someone who had an attitude or to someone who talked over me, she denied she was and transferred me to a voicemail.
This really sounds fraudulent.....and they sound pretty hard up for money...
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 06/11/2014 04:09 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Portfolio-Recovery-Associates/Norfolk-Virginia-23502/Portfolio-Recovery-Associates-They-seem-to-be-hard-up-for-cash-Norfolk-Virginia-1154044. 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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