- Report: #220240
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Complaint Review: Associated Recovery Systems (ARS National Services)
Associated Recovery Systems (ARS National Services)201 W Grand Ave Escondido, California U.S.A.
Associated Recovery Systems - ARS National Services id theft fake collection false credit card account Escondido California
*Consumer Comment: ARS realize what you are doing
*UPDATE Employee: ID theft??
*Consumer Suggestion: Same problem, El Paso!
*Consumer Comment: Unethical Company
*Author of original report: D'oh...thanks for the advice! And one other thing...
*Consumer Suggestion: Kyle, WHY are you opening your DAD's mail?
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I DO have a Capital One account, but in MY name, and it's in GOOD STANDING! The account # is totally different. And it's impossible I could have run up that kind of balance, because my REAL account has a limit that's below even the "settlement" amount.
The address thing blaffles me. The only thing Dad and I have both our names on was when he co-signed with me for a car loan from Ford Credit. And that should have been paid off back in 2003 when I traded that car in. And I was living with HIM them, so my current address should have been nowhere near that account....
From what I've just read on here about this ARS outfit, at best they're rude and underhanded - at worst, they could be ID theives?
*I* have my credit monitored, with nothing strange reported as of the last quarter....but Dad? I highly doubt it. He dosen't do any 'net or even phone business. I don't even know if he has a credit card. But let's just say he does NOT live a "clean" life these days, and while the people he hangs out with are generally "white trash, blue collar" scum - it's highly POSSIBLE an ID theif could have gotten ahold of what s/he would need to start a Capital One account in his name.
I'll try to call when I get a chance, but it sounds a lot more like HIS problem than mine at this point...if ARS even has a REAL debt in his name! >_<
Green Mountain, North Carolina
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 11/12/2006 04:54 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Associated-Recovery-Systems-ARS-National-Services/Escondido-California-92046/Associated-Recovery-Systems-ARS-National-Services-id-theft-fake-collection-false-credit-220240. 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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