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Sub: URS Collection Agency - Can they be trusted?
Sat, 29/01/2011 12:47

united recovery systems - can they be trusted.Has anybody dealt with them and felt like they could be trusted - they have changed the amount of the settlement twice and now they are calling me day and night - HSBC will not talk to me - they say call the collection agency - I am wondering if HSBC will take my bill back and let me paya them - this is Orchard - wish I have never laid eyes on these people



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Sub: #1 I called back after numerous calls to try to settle. I offered aSat, 01/29/2011 - 12:47



I called back after numerous calls to try to settle. I offered a 20% of over 3,000 I owed. I am only receiving unemployment. Two checks of approximately a little over 500. URS rep after consulting her supervisor offered a 40%. I told them the only way was three payments. Then he said " oh the settlement letter will not get their on time, after telling them they can fax it to me and immediately he wanted my personal checking account. I said no because first, I would have never received that letter, second I wanted to pay by money order from post office or cashier's check, he said no. I have tried since They also did not want to negotiate. It has ballon increased. And they called at ll hours and days, I know they can only go so far with the increase, and I also know that if they are n ot legal in my state, it will just go to another credit agency.I just want to settle with the little that I have, or defintely I will have to use the banckrupcy law. What else can I do?


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Sub: #2 boy the two above me sure are articulate aren't they?typical humThu, 01/13/2011 - 13:38



boy the two above me sure are articulate aren't they?typical humanoid lowlife's in their own right.btw paying a scummy scam like yours does nothing but put blood money in your pockets.another btw when mopes like you two come on it says to me this forum and everyone on here are making a dent in your ill-gotten commision.so let's keep those complaints coming people,and never give in to humanoids like the two above me.

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Sub: #3 Being "professional deadbeat debtor" is not a job...it's your laThu, 01/13/2011 - 13:22



Being "professional deadbeat debtor" is not a job...it's your lazy way of life.


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Sub: #4 Pay your bills. It's that simply. Ignoring your responsibilty wiThu, 01/13/2011 - 13:17



Pay your bills. It's that simply. Ignoring your responsibilty will not make it go away like a bad dream in fact it will actually make your sitution worse. How about you get off the intenet and get off the ecomony bandwagon woo is me blah blah blah and get a job or two so you can pay your bills.


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Sub: #5 Paul/Erica Williams: If you are an active duty soldier deployeMon, 11/22/2010 - 12:29



Paul/Erica Williams:

If you are an active duty soldier deployed overseas you are protected under the Soldiers and Sailors Relief Act of 1954. See your JAG Officer for more information; however, you do not have to pay this debt until you return from serving your country!

Thank you for your service!

A retired Senior NCO


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Sub: #6 Quote:Originally Posted by AnonymousYou deadbeats are beyond belMon, 07/12/2010 - 12:38



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You deadbeats are beyond belief ... you borrow money and get upset when the people you owe it to make efforts to collect. If you paid your bills you would not be "harassed". The people who lent you money shouldn't have to accept anything less than 100% of what you owe them.


you humanoid are beyond belief.btw since you are defending illegal lenders and the slime who collect for them,or should i say work for them.if a lender is not licensed all they get is what they borrowed.just thought i would try to get little knowledge in that head of yours,but i'm guessing your response will be more stupidity.another thing the people who lent us money are nothing more than cyber criminals who should rot in jail.you know jail right?the thing you threaten people with everyday.

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Sub: #7 You deadbeats are beyond belief ... you borrow money and get upsMon, 07/12/2010 - 12:12



You deadbeats are beyond belief ... you borrow money and get upset when the people you owe it to make efforts to collect. If you paid your bills you would not be "harassed". The people who lent you money shouldn't have to accept anything less than 100% of what you owe them.


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Sub: #8 Quote:Originally Posted by AnonymousI realize I'm submitting my Tue, 07/06/2010 - 06:18



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I realize I'm submitting my answer kind of late, but this is for the benefit of new folks who may be wondering much the same as you. In my experiences so far, URS has been a welcome relief from Dell's financial services department. The people at URS have been courteous and very reasonable, and although I think most of the amount I owe is bogus, they have helped me set up a very manageable schedule for repayment. Dealing with a collection agency gave me a ton of anxiety, but these guys really seem to know what they're doing, and they treated me like a human being, not the delinquent that Dell seemed to think I am.


shillin,shillin,shillin.keep them shills a shillin.there is nothing redeeming or godd about URS,and if you want to shill by slamming an OC well that is just what i expect.btw i love the idiocy that while you think most of the debt is bogus you are paying anyway.just another civil way to say PAY YOUR BILLS.right humanoid shill?

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Sub: #9 Quote:Originally Posted by dduvallunited recovery systems - can Tue, 07/06/2010 - 06:08



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united recovery systems - can they be trusted.Has anybody dealt with them and felt like they could be trusted - they have changed the amount of the settlement twice and now they are calling me day and night - HSBC will not talk to me - they say call the collection agency - I am wondering if HSBC will take my bill back and let me paya them - this is Orchard - wish I have never laid eyes on these people


I realize I'm submitting my answer kind of late, but this is for the benefit of new folks who may be wondering much the same as you. In my experiences so far, URS has been a welcome relief from Dell's financial services department. The people at URS have been courteous and very reasonable, and although I think most of the amount I owe is bogus, they have helped me set up a very manageable schedule for repayment. Dealing with a collection agency gave me a ton of anxiety, but these guys really seem to know what they're doing, and they treated me like a human being, not the delinquent that Dell seemed to think I am.


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Sub: #10 Quote:Originally Posted by AnonymousI was contacted by URS todayMon, 06/21/2010 - 11:35



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I was contacted by URS today on behalf of CapitolOne.com and I made arrangements with them to work out a payment. I gave them bank info, etc. Did I make a mistake then??


unless you got something in writing then yes,you made a mistake.never just hand over info like that without even an initial dunning letter.if you gave them your actual account number see if the bank manager can close that account,and open a new one not linked to the old account.if you gave a debit card# cancel that card,and have the bank issue a new one.just stop whatever method of payment you gave.this is a JDB that can't properly validate.so why just pay them.

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