- Report: #1121074
Report - Rebuttal - Arbitrate
Complaint Review: Recievables Management Group
Recievables Management Group14675 MARTIN DR Eden Prairie, Minnesota USA
Recievables Management Group RMG Dinging credit report for really old debt that isn't mine Eden Prairie Minnesota
*Author of original report: Retaliation from company
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I got a notification from a credit monitoring agency that I had 2 new derogatory hits on my credit report. I had 2 hits for $20 from Recievables Management group. After lots of digging, I was able to find their number to find out what these were from, as I had never received anything from them stating I owed a debt to anyone. They told me I had 2 orders from Scholastic in 2008. I asked them to prove that I owed them anything, as this is not my debt. He told me that it was probably an order I made through my child's school. I told him in 2008, my child was 1 year old, not in a school, and I was going through a divorce. I guaranteed him I did not order anything as I was having enough trouble feeding my son and myself on just my wages. He told me he didn't believe me, the debts were mine, and unless I paid him then on the phone, they would remain on my credit report, proof or not.
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