My mother received a call from Asset Management Professionals (AMP on our caller ID). Their number is 888-355-7515. They told my mom that my dad had bounced a check at a local pet store for over $300 back in January of 2005. Yes, 2005. What's more, the address given for the check was an old one we have not lived at for seven years.
They knew his social security number and where he works. The check is in his name only, but my parents have only one account and they share it. The bank the check is from is not their bank, and has never been their bank.
I cannot find any information about this AMP place. I found one post on here about it, but the replies seemed to suggest that it's a legitmate agency. If anyone has any information about AMP, please respond.
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