McCarthy Burgess and Wolff: Is it a collection agency?

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does anyone know how to deal with McCarthy Burgess and Wolff. THEY HANDLE VERIZON YELLOW PAGES AND ARE A COLLECTION AGENCY.


Sub: #4 Mbw
Fri, 05/25/2012 - 16:53

They are suing me too. Id like to talk to you about your experience with MBW.


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Sub: #5 credit report
Tue, 09/13/2011 - 12:15

so i'm pretty much in the same boat as a lot of you, had a nasty bill from AT&T yellow pages that was over promised and under delivered.

just started getting calls from these guys with just a Mr. whatever leaving me messages, nothing nasty yet, just a call back number.

my question for you guys above is have you noticed any marks or changes to your credit report(s) from this company or the parent company (ie at&t, verizon, talking yellow pages, etc...)

i can deal with the nasty calls, but i'm really worried about my credit report. i'm a sole prop so anything from my business hits me directly.

(btw, i've owed the debt to at&t now for a little over a year, nothing on my credit report from them)

thanks all!


Sub: #6 Cee U Next Tuesday from this company
Wed, 07/20/2011 - 13:18

I've had this company calling many times and the b*tch that I keep talking to has the worse attitude. This last phone call from them today, I was trying to give her my company's attorney information and she spurts off that she is tired of deadbeats like my boss not paying their bills. She has piss poor attitiude (name is Mikaela Mason) and really needs to either get herself a man or some new batteries. Company is totally not professional.

By the way, we had been paying the company we owe directly and they should no longer be involved, but she won't stop calling.


Sub: #7 Wow what a scummy company!! It was Kenneth Murry that i spoke wi
Mon, 05/09/2011 - 10:11

Wow what a scummy company!! It was Kenneth Murry that i spoke with family affair i guess! lmao Im sending them a letter, telling them i will in the event they continue to call me I will not only seek damages but will have them charged them with harrasment and any other criminal acts that they are commiting in the event they dont stop.
send them registared keep a copy and a copy to your local district Attorney
its not right


Sub: #8 McCarthy, Burgess and Wolf Lawyers? Not
Tue, 05/03/2011 - 00:59

:confused:yes, I want to sue them. They have been calling my business on behalf of verizon. I'm not calling them since it's long distance and they never have a real person call me. I don't even know what I owe them for and I returned a phone and they never refunded my money of over $100.00. They have been harrassing me every single day> I guess they figure that if they keep calling two or three times a day I will call that long distance number. I will not ever call them. Verizon has all my pertinent information and they've never once sent me a bill, so what's up with that. My understanding is that they can sue your business but not you personally. McCarthy Burgess and Wolff claim to be a law group. I don't believe it for one minute.
I have sent numerous letters to verizon and not once have they responded. I've even sent certified letters and I know they got it and still they never respond. I'm not working with a company that can't even give me the time of day to figure out what is going on.


Sub: #9 They are also claiming to be a law group. My suggestion don't an
Mon, 05/02/2011 - 13:57

They are also claiming to be a law group. My suggestion don't answer your phone. Screen your calls.
They are a Zombie debt collection agency. I didn't even know I owed Verizon anything since I told verizon to send my last bill to the new address and they did and I paid the last bill they sent me. :rolleyes:


Sub: #10 Pay your bills
Tue, 03/22/2011 - 13:28

How about you go F yourself? What if, imagine this, you DID pay your bills and some jerk is just trying to harass you and wrangle some undeserved money from you? How about you take that smug, self-rightous BS and a hike instead?

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