Do not accept any calls from national affidavit processing division. Or vision asset management group or first shore.
Wed, 03/31/2010 15:23
DO NOT ACCEPT ANY CALLS FROM NATIONAL AFFIDAVIT PROCESSING DIVISION. OR VISION ASSET MANAGEMENT GROUP OR FIRST SHORE. NATIONAL AFFIDAVIT PROCESSING DIVISION calls and threatens you with legal action saying they are calling because a company is threatening to file criminal charges against you. THEY ARE PHONY. I asked for the company they represent and they refused to tell me the name of the parent company. which by Law I am entitled to. When I told them I knew the law they then gave it to me. VISION ASSET MANAGEMENT GROUP is a fake company. They do not exist anyplace on the internet or real life. They call and tell you the same crap as the aforementioned company. This company however folds quickly when you tell them you are allowed by law a copy of the original contract and you will not pay or agree to anything until you receive it. they tell you they cannot provide a copy until you make arrangements. you tell them you want the name of the company who hired them so you can get a copy. they try to dissuade you. yell at you and tell you you will be sorry if you don't talk to them. BUT DO NOT BACK DOWN. I contacted the original collection department and they were very helpful and said they still had my account and that anyone saying they were calling representing them was a fraudulent company and to report them immediately
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