- Report: #119703
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Complaint Review: Thorne, Brooks & Shapiro
Thorne, Brooks & Shapiro500 Penn Street, 2nd Floor, Reading, Pennsylvania U.S.A.
Thorne, Brooks & Shapiro BUYING ACCOUNTS FROM CAMCO ETC. ON CLOSED ACCOUNTS Reading Pennsylvania
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After they were called by my former bank and contacted by the credit bureaus, they backed down, removed my negative credit report and then RE-SOLD my account. It is now with THORNE, BROOKS & SHAPIRO, A COLLECTION AGENCY IN Reading,PA. Once again the bank, myself, and the FTC contacted them and my bank was told that CAMCO sold them the account (when I know that the last person contacting me for money was LHR,Inc.). This company sent me a threatening pay letter, the individual Mr. John Reed at Thorne, Brooks & Shapiro is obnoxiously rude on the phone and refuses to listen to anything I say.
So I complained to Pennsylvania Attorney General, and the FTC, both are investigating. I ask anyone who has had any contact from this company to contact me via email ASAP and tell me your experience. I am suspecting that LHR,Inc. and CAMCO is now selling problem accounts to Thorne, Brooks & Shapiro. I have sent them a letter warning them that if they RE-SELL my account that there will be repercussions. I don't go away quietly!!
van nuys, California
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 11/24/2004 01:11 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Thorne-Brooks-Shapiro/Reading-Pennsylvania-19602/Thorne-Brooks-Shapiro-BUYING-ACCOUNTS-FROM-CAMCO-ETC-ON-CLOSED-ACCOUNTS-Reading-Pennsy-119703. 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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