Report: #111673

Complaint Review: Alyon Tech - 1st Credit Of America

  • Submitted: Wed, October 06, 2004
  • Updated: Fri, October 08, 2004
  • Reported By: Happy Jack Arizona
  • Alyon Tech - 1st Credit Of America
    , New Jersey

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This is an update on a previous report. Couldn't find my login/pw previously used so created a new profile.

I filed a report using the website and got a canned response. Most of the info in this response can be found by doing a search on the ftc site using "alyon" as the search term.

Apparently a judge's ruling allowed alyon to attempt collection of "debt" but set up a dispute mechanism. There was an address in Georgia to send diputed charges but the deadline has since pasted. In any case the response indicated the ftc's investigation was on-going. I would encourage filing out the on-line complaint form if you've been effected by this scam.

Happy Jack, Arizona
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#1 Author of original report

Reading the judge's order it appears he allowed alyon to pursue debt collection but provided a dispute mechanism

AUTHOR: Don - (U.S.A.)

Look at the ftc site and do a search on alyon. Reading the judge's order it appears he allowed alyon to pursue debt collection but provided a dispute mechanism. Looking at the example of the screen that susposedly you must have checked off it's apparent it didn't happen on my end. What's troubling the judge allowed alyon, if they didn't have any other mechanism (such as part of your SSN) to use reverse phone number lookups. Then you would be required to furnish proof you didn't have that number at the time of the billing. Worth reading but troubling since the burden falls on you to "prove" you didn't incur the expense. Anyone can conjure up a bill and use reverse phone lookups to tie a name to a number.
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