SRA Associates -- this gal is in total VIOLATION!!!
Fri, 10/05/2007 12:41
Today I got a call from some HOSTILE person at SRA Assoc. She said, "you've been expecting my call. You know what this is regarding, don't you." I told her I had no idea. I told her I had not received any communcation from her company.
She goes on to say that her "client" has asked her to contact me. She never says she's a collection agency. I didn't know if she was an atty's office or what?
Anyway, I REPEATEDLY asked for notification in writing. She yells, "REQUEST DENIED!" I told her I didnt' have anythign from her -- she said, "I hear that all day long!"
Believe me -- if I had rec'd something -- I would have sent a validation letter already.
She is not affording me my 30 days to dispute. She manufactured some Tuesday deadline!!
She stated that I had been notified by Bank of Amer and I have had AMPLE time to deal with this! She was sooo rude and hostile!
She also yelled, "I KNOW THE LAWS!!!"
omg! I was literally shaken by her. I know this is her tactic -- and i don't usually become affected by this - but she was something else!!
I know I can file a complaint with the BBB. Do you guys recommend that?
In the meantime, I have no account number or anythign to reference. She can't just send this account to my credit report, right?
I feel like I should write something to them so I ahve proof of disputing this.
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