• Report: #241944
Complaint Review:

ACA Recovery

  • Submitted: Mon, April 02, 2007
  • Updated: Mon, April 02, 2007

  • Reported By:Grand Prairie Texas
ACA Recovery
acarecovery.com Internet U.S.A.

ACA Recovery Threatening to take me to court, Western Union Payment, HAHA i think not, bring it on Dallas Internet

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ACA Recovery. BBLF = big bad lawfirm. yay. Started out, they were calling me from "a" law firm, Kensington and Associates. A few calls later it was "a" law firm Norman Kalina and Associates. Here's a little english lesson, "a" makes it very general and unspecific. Any professional law firm would at least have the pride to introduce themselves as "the." See? That narrows it down to one. That was the two first red flags. If you talk to them, listen to HOW they say everything. They make their intoduction very general and evasive, it's how they cover their own a**es.

I keep getting voicemails of this monotone lady wielding the power of "a" big bad law firm, kensington?.... oh wait, norman... geeze I don't know which to pick! But wait! They're a COLLECTIONS agency!! haha! silly collections people! I wish I could pick and choose my profession from day to day! Wow, she almost had me fooled... almost.. UNTIL. The third call, the lady was so busy cursing her co-worker and dropping the word "f***," that she couldn't even tell me what she had called to say!! Only, that it was "a reminder call" to send my money over WESTERN UNION...

I thought I was on crack the first time she said it, I couldn't believe it. I may as well go and set my $400 on fire, I'd probably get better results. Yes people, you read it right, "we're going to court" over four hundred bones, at least that's their constant threat.

Here's the thing people, false threats from collections agencies are illegal = not legal = they CAN NOT do that. Drugs are illegal too! What happens when people do illegal things? They get in big trouble. It is NOT illegal to be in debt so don't sweat it, pay off what you can, when you can, until it's paid.

Threats cause stress. What does stress cause? Everybody say it with me, ready? 1..2..3.. Cancer, sickness, and dis-ease. I'm currently looking or an attourney to take this on because I'm tired of it and when you back any living thing (including humans) into a corner, natural instinct takes over and which causes you to fight back. Go to acarecovery.com and you'll see how they do it and another probable bogus claim that they havn't had a lawsuit in eight years.

Time to exercise my First Amendment right. ACA recovery and "a" BBLF, go f*** yourself. :-) God Bless America.

Grand Prairie, Texas

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