Report: #1481003

Complaint Review: ARA Inc. Mark Farmer - From Household Bank - Villa Park Illinois

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  • Reported By: Debbie — El Paso Texas United States
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  • ARA Inc. Mark Farmer - From Household Bank P.O.Box 5002 Villa Park, Illinois United States

ARA Inc. Mark Farmer - From Household Bank Turned into Collections From A Household Bank Of 13,531.65 for property I don't own . Haven't used that name for well over 20 years. Fro A Mark Farmer. I Hve never lived in Casper Wyoming or owned property. Villa Park Illinois

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Fraud Of Loan Of The amount of 13,531.65 For Property. Recieved collection motice from ARAInc. P.O.Box 5002 Villa Park Il, 60181  To Remit Check From Original owner name Mark Farmer at Ext.3402.  Don't Know this company if loan was for property or what can't get any information just collection letters. Thanks Ms, debbie Hernandez

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AUTHOR: John - (United States)

POSTED: Wednesday, June 26, 2019

1.  You say you "haven't used that name for years."  So was that your name once?  Have you ever had a relationship with the land or this loan company?

2.  There are no contact numbers anywhere on the collection letters?  That's very hard to believe.  Just a return address to send the money?

3.  Doesn't the collection agency have a web presence which includes a contact number?  This all sounds very suspicious, like a company is just fishing for funds.  If you know you didn't borrow money from this company and you have no connection to the name on the notice, how do you even know it's for you?  Maybe the guy they are looking for used to live at your address?

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