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800-450-0753 - Does this number belong to One Click Cash?



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Sub: 800-450-0753 - Does this number belong to One Click Cash?
Tue, 27/11/2012 17:13

They called last night at 8:51pm--at home and at work. I've filed chapter 13, so I know it probably isn't anyone legit calling. Maybe an old online pdl collector?



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Sub: #1 yesTue, 11/27/2012 - 17:13



Those scumbags don't care what you did. All you need to do is to report them to your lawyer. You can do like I did tell them to give you there address to send them a money order. They won't do it so I said screw off


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Sub: #2 You have to send them a registered letter telling them to stop cFri, 03/26/2010 - 05:32



You have to send them a registered letter telling them to stop calling you.

OneClickCash
52946 Highway 12 Suite 3
Niobrara, NE 68760
800-450-0753


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Sub: #3 800-450-0753Tue, 11/04/2008 - 12:16



This is OneClick Cash -- loan agency


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Sub: #4 Hope it's not "US National Bank" calling you. That sounds like Mon, 10/20/2008 - 07:01



Hope it's not "US National Bank" calling you. That sounds like their MO: calling on pay-day loans and refusing to identify who they are. Do these idiots just expect people to start handing over money to someone that just calls out of the blue and will not identify who they are or what company they are with!

Did whoever you talked to have Indian accents?

Whoever they are, do not give them any money if they refuse to validate the debt in writing and do not give them any banking information whatsoever.

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Sub: #5 The thing is, I doubt they are violating my bankruptcy stay--becMon, 10/20/2008 - 06:06



The thing is, I doubt they are violating my bankruptcy stay--because I'm pretty sure they are collecting for an an online pdl. They weren't included in the BK because I don't owe them anything, yet they still call.


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Sub: #6 Call and talk to them. Let them know they are violating your baMon, 10/20/2008 - 06:03



Call and talk to them. Let them know they are violating your bankruptcy stay. They wont call back.

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Sub: #7 I couldn't find anything that might reveal who they are in a quiMon, 10/20/2008 - 05:51



I couldn't find anything that might reveal who they are in a quick Google search.


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Sub: #8 I called back and they (of course) won't tell you who they are. Mon, 10/20/2008 - 05:48



I called back and they (of course) won't tell you who they are. I just don't want to get involved in an argument with some illegal collection agency. All my debts are taken care of.


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Sub: #9 Call them back. You can always hang up on them if they get too Mon, 10/20/2008 - 05:41



Call them back. You can always hang up on them if they get too pushy.


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