RPM has been calling our home over and over and over. My partner is disabled with a chronic illness and filed for bankruptcy years ago so we know the bill they are supposedly chasing is very old and has already been taken care of under the filing.
I finally told her to pick up and tell them to stop calling. They refused demanding her financial information and asking her how she was going to take care of the bill today. She explained she was not. I have worked in the civil division of the court and know that each collection agency has an attorney. We asked for that information, they refused to give it to us. We asked for them to stop calling, they refused. I asked directly which court they file their liens with, they refused to give that information. I asked for names and was given false names and when I told them that they are on every rip off site on the internet and that the information they were giving was false, they got very irritated.
I am going inform the court of their details. If you get calls from this agency, go to your local district courts civil desk and ask for information on the agency through a records search. It should give the name of the attorney who handles their agency. I don't believe they are legitimate. They say they don't know who is calling but they have a trace on the number. Ours is unlisted but over and over they were able to reel off my partners name. They refused all of our return calls after we told them we were reporting them. It's a public holiday today. If I get another call, I am filing an anti-harrassment order with the court and serving the office. My guess is the registered office will blame it on the call center, the call center will blame it on the agent doing the calling and so on down the line.
We don't have to take this crap. As a consumer, know your rights and exercise them. There is information they have to provide. Also, write directly to the company, via registered mail, and demand to be removed from the list. Make sure you get a registered receipt and present it to the court if they continue calling.
Mountlake Terrace, Washington