Report: #109559

Complaint Review: Alyon Technologies And/or First America Credit

  • Submitted: Wed, September 22, 2004
  • Updated: Tue, March 01, 2005
  • Reported By: Middletown Delaware
  • Alyon Technologies And/or First America Credit
    1 Harom Plaza
    Secaucus, New Jersey

Alyon Technologies And/or First America Credit Continual harrassment by phone to collect unsubstantiated debt for adult website viewing Secaucus New Jersey

*Consumer Comment: Connecticut has reach a settlement with Alyon that becuase they scammed Internet users, fraudulently billing them for online services they didn't order, some people who didn't even own computers were tricked

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Started receiving phone calls from Alyon Technologies and/or First America Credit (changes each time they call) about a bill for accessing adult websites in November of 2002. (Sound familiar?) They claimed my minor child had accessed them.

They have continued to call my house everyday, sometimes 2 or 3 times a day. The times I have spoken to them I have requested documentation of this bill but have yet to receive it. I believe the Fair Debt Collections Act specifies a company has 5 days to do this at the request of the consumer - please correct me if I am wrong.

They continue to call, most times hanging up on me if I answer or not leaving a message on the answering machine if I am not home. We have caller ID so I have documented all times and dates. There are now TWO different numbers they are calling from: 866-803-5456 and 800-660-1935.

I will not be bullied, harrassed or threatened into paying this bill. I have filed a complaint with the FTC. I am in the process of filing a complaint with our State's Attorney General's office, and have sent Alyon a "cease communication" letter via certified mail with return request.

This letter was suggested by the FTC when I filed the complaint. I am boning up on my rights and suggest anyone who is being contacted by this company (or companies) to do the same. FIGHT BACK!!!

Middletown, Delaware

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New Jersey company settles complaint over online porn billing

(Hartford-AP, Mar. 1, 2005 1:32 PM) _ Connecticut has reach a settlement with a New Jersey company that allegedly scammed Internet users, fraudulently billing them for online services they didn't order.

Attorney General Richard Blumenthal says Alyon Technologies has agreed to pay $11,000 restitution to about 50 Connecticut consumers.

Alyon charged consumers $4.99 a minute for dial-up Internet connections to adult Web sites.

Blumenthal says some people who didn't even own computers were tricked into signing up for services.
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