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Report: #1193051

Complaint Review: Routhmeir Sterling Inc - Wylie Texas

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  • Reported By: MVillasanz — CORPUS CHRISTI Texas
  • Routhmeir Sterling Inc 940 West FM 544 #1526 Wylie, Texas USA

Routhmeir Sterling Inc. Jeremy Martinez I received a phone from Jeremy Martinez stating he worked for a small lawfirm and he was hired from an Agency that reported me for not returning a product , a product that agency is aware that it was stolen. He then stated if I did not fix matter there could be a small lawsuit claimed against me. We got disconnected , I called back and female answered by the name of Becky Copper stating she was Jeremy's manager and went over file with me she said she could work account off with me if I settled. If I would not take offer there would be some consequences of me getting in trouble with the law. I then proceeded to stay on phone with her, she insisted that I give her my checking account information so we can start process by clearing this off and it would get reported to credit bureau, I then proceeded but as an identify theft individual I have learned my lesson and gave her my card information from my local Walmart Store. She then said thanks for your cooperation and sent me letter stating I had to sign and send back to proceed with taking funds from the account which was false that I gave her. Wylie Texas

*Consumer Comment: Be very careful with the letter they send you

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I received a phone call from Jeremy Martinez phone number (((Redacted))) stated he worked for a small lawfirm an was hired by agency to recover any loss damages to product or money to clear account. If I failed to pay there would be a lawsuit against me and I would have to stand before a judge to take care of matter and can lead up to jail time. We then got disconnected amd I called number back and female answered by the name of Becky Cooper, she stated she was Jeremy's manger and would take over call because he was on the other line with a client. She went over account that I owed with agency she stated she could work a settlement out with me and I would get cleared from credit bearau and that agency would then find out so they can drop off my case. 

Becky Cooper then stated that she needed my account information to run funds for the aggreement I had agreed for. which was two payments of 200.0 and one for 100.00 . As an individual of identigy theft I gave her card information for a prepaid card I had for a local store I usually deal with. After giving her information she then said thanks for my cooperation and that she was emailing me and authorized letter confirming the aggreement of funds that woul be taken out and that I needed to sign letter and email back. 

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#1 Consumer Comment

Be very careful with the letter they send you

AUTHOR: FloridaNative - ()

POSTED: Thursday, December 04, 2014

I find it suspicious that you would be called by a law firm and essentially accused of theft of a product and taken to court for said theft.

Was any of the information they provided to you (the product, the store, the amount etc) true?

If so, why wouldn't you have received a letter first from the merchant and then from a collections agency?

Be careful with the letter they send you. Depending upon the wording you could be admiting to theft or other criminal acts. If it were me, I would be talking with an attorney - provided that you are dealing with a legitimate law office.

I suspect that this could be some sort of scam just to get you to send them funds. Fortunately you did not provide your bank account information and you are limited to the loss of funds on the pre-paid card.

Let us know if the letter actually comes to you and what it says (if you think its a scam).

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