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Sub: CCR anyone
Mon, 10/08/2009 17:16

I have been getting threatening calls from a company saying that they are CCR a check and credit reporting division of the National Attorney Network. They have stated in their last call that if I don't call them by 5 tomorrow that they will put the case forward in my county. What do I do? Anyone else dealt with them? Are they for real?



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sarahporiss
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Sub: #1 An attorney in your area can tell you whether you have a claim fMon, 08/10/2009 - 17:16



An attorney in your area can tell you whether you have a claim for harassment against this company under the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (the FDCPA). Find a local attorney at the site for the National Association of Consumer Advocates, www.naca.net (it's a non-profit). Good luck.

Sarah Poriss, Esq.

find a consumer attorney at www. naca. net
(National Association of Consumer Advocates)


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Sub: #2 CCRMon, 08/10/2009 - 11:02



Good Afternoon
I too have been getting the same type of calls as well. I am currently looking into the company. If I find out anything I will let you know..


dawnlango7
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Sub: #3 I did a search on the site and didn't find any information, but Wed, 11/05/2008 - 06:09



I did a search on the site and didn't find any information, but if someone has dealt with them, I'm sure they will be along to offer some advise :D

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