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Sub: Does anyone have information on National Enterprise System?
Tue, 27/11/2012 12:20

Help please - looking for information on National Enterprise Systems, if there is a thread, can you let me know where it is?
I need info as soon as possible - Thanks!



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Sub: #1 A gaggle of losersTue, 11/27/2012 - 12:20



It's almost hilarious how stupid the people working for this company are. I mean, clearly nobody who works for them, at the point they failed to finish high school, said to themselves, "I'd really like to be a debt collector for a universally hated company in 5 years." Or maybe they did, I don't know. People are weird.

The point is this: I've been getting multiple calls a day (and sometimes an hour) from morons claiming to work for this company, and they're asking for someone I've never heard of. The first few times, I politely explained that they had the wrong number and the wrong person, and supposedly they took my number off of whatever crappy list they keep that's apparently never updated. Except I keep getting calls from the most ghetto-sounding fast-talking idiots ever. So I just started getting nasty with them and insulting the hell out of them. That, however, didn't work. They still call.

So...today I began calling THEM and harassing them back.

Them: "Thank you for calling National Enterprise Systems, how many I help you?"
Me: "You can help me by getting your GED and getting a better job so you don't have to sit in a cubicle and harass people, jerk."

I've been doing this for the last few hours. It's funny. And fun. Usually they try to quip something back, but I just hang up. A few times they've sounded very surprised and didn't seem to know how to reply. But if they're looking for a relationship like this, that's fine. It happens to be my day off, and I don't have much else to do but mess with them. Every time I see a call from one of their masked numbers on my caller ID, even missed calls, I'll just call the number right back and make sure they understand how much they suck.


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Sub: #2 ....and by the way, this NES company was sued in 2010 by W. VirgSat, 01/15/2011 - 15:50



....and by the way, this NES company was sued in 2010 by W. Virginia and Ohio Attorney Generals, and had to pay a 475,000 dollar fine for their criminal behavior. One would think the Attorney Generals would want them out of business if they were that bad--which they were, and most likely, still are.


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Sub: #3 I got a call last week. Before the woman could say more than "hSat, 01/15/2011 - 15:47



I got a call last week. Before the woman could say more than "how are you", I asked her if she was representing a debt collector, and I'd like the name and address, please. A couple of seconds of silence, then she spoke the name of the agency. I slowly repeated the name and asked her to spell the name. When she gave me the street and city, I did the same, slowly repeated then asked her to spell them. I then told her that her company now had five days to send me a dunning notice. Also, I told her not to call me ever again, that as soon as their letter arrived, I would respond with my own letter. Then, I hung up. Within five days, I received their letter. I immediately sent a certified "validation" letter. This is the procedure that will halt any kind of harrassment from them; or it should. The main thing: Don't talk to them about any alleged debt being owed. Again, do NOT speak with these people about anything other than their mailing address.


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Sub: #4 Quote:Originally Posted by AnonymousI got a message that just saMon, 10/25/2010 - 08:23



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Originally Posted by Anonymous
I got a message that just said please call us at 877-603-7165...no identification of who they were or why they were calling. Therefore there will be no callback. If they won't identify themselves then I have no business with them as far as I'm concerned. They didn't even say who the call was for.


under fdcpa policy the collection agency can not leave any vital information on an answering machine. they can only leave name and # not what they are calling about and specific details.just so you know


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Sub: #5 im actually a former employee of nes and i have some informationMon, 10/25/2010 - 08:18



im actually a former employee of nes and i have some information that may help your friend out.have them call in and ask to be transfered to ext 2066 which is the compliance dept. when transfered to a comp rep give them your complaint and ask them to put your account on compliance hold. therefore no other collectors can call u you can only call the. the compliance dept is the complaint dept they are not collectors but are trained on fdcpa policies. after that ask your compliance rep what i the lowest you can settle the account for. they are more willing to work with you on a settlment and payment plan for that settlement. goodluck


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Sub: #6 I got a call from them and they are using a cell phone from MontFri, 10/22/2010 - 06:16



I got a call from them and they are using a cell phone from Monticello GA. I honestly don't know what it is about but I have dealt with CA for a while and they all seem to be focused on one thing, scaring the customers. What to do? They also call after 6 p.m. every night. Any points? With the economy the way it is, no one can pay payments all at once.


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Sub: #7 I got a message that just said please call us at 877-603-7165...Sat, 07/31/2010 - 17:46



I got a message that just said please call us at 877-603-7165...no identification of who they were or why they were calling. Therefore there will be no callback. If they won't identify themselves then I have no business with them as far as I'm concerned. They didn't even say who the call was for.


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Sub: #8 One thing you should always do in addition to getting informatioSun, 09/20/2009 - 17:40



One thing you should always do in addition to getting information about your rights online, is to do a bit of research on the actual collectoid mutts who are humping on your leg. (in this case, National Enterprise Systems) I just found the most heartwarming tidbit from the Charleston Gazette. Seems the Ohio State Attorney General has really lost his patience with these scum and their tactics and late July made it official by slapping them with a massive lawsuit! Just enter “State attorney general sues Ohio debt collector” into your search engine and get ready for a good laugh. It is said that snakes never sweat, but this just might do it! Most of the violations mentioned are the same type which have lead to the permanent shutdown of several other collection companies including Camco and Final Asset Locaters. That pig-eyed sack of pus, Ernest Pollack who owns this zoo of bottom feeders is also listed as a defendant (Come to think of it, the automated calls to our number abruptly stopped right after the story broke, anyone else notice this?)
The story doesn’t seem to print directly off the screen, but you can mouse-scan it and copy it into a Word document with good results. It made a great cover-letter to the Cease And Desist order I served these vermin with! The article goes on to say that anyone else wishing to add their own online consumer complaint to the huge list already against NES is encouraged to do so and provides a link for this purpose. Sounds like a party we could all go to! No word yet if the feds might get involved in this one, but if so, it could lead to NES being shut down for good (We can only hope) We don’t owe these filth a dime but they couldn’t care less, the one they are looking for is a similar name that is no relation. By the way, there is no 555 area code anywhere in the entire U.S. so their origin numbers are either offshored, bogus or most likely both.


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Sub: #9 There are a few holes in this post. Quote:I have sent return Fri, 08/28/2009 - 00:49



There are a few holes in this post.

Quote:
I have sent return receipt a Cease Communication and a Debt Validation Letter (in one envelope).
So why would you say "communicate with me" in one letter and "do not communicate with me" in another?

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Deal with your original debt with the original creditor.
If they refuse to accept your payment efforts.(the amount is totaly up to you), then they are refusing to accept payment and threfore; validating that no debt is owed.
They can not tell you that you must make payments to a third party.
This is not true. If you can pay the original creditor, then how would it get to collections anyway? The original creditor will simply forward your payment to the collector (they have to). Creditors are required to charge off in 180 days after default. They *do not* have to accept your amount. They *can* tell you that you must make your payment to a 3rd party.

As far as collections, you may not "fall for it", but don't expect the courts to "fall for it" when you present such "defenses" as the above after the collector sues you because you are not willing to work with them.

So, if the alleged debt referred to an address that was "15-20 years old" then it is probably a scam calling you pretending to be a collector....

FRAUD: RECOGNIZE IT. REPORT IT. STOP IT.
Rip-off companies - FTC.
Phone harassment by Debt Collectors - FCC.
Banking issues, like ACH problems - OCC.


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Sub: #10 I had forgotten about a debt to a certain company. During the trTue, 08/25/2009 - 18:06



I had forgotten about a debt to a certain company. During the transaction, I noticed they had an address and telephone number (probably from my credit report) that was 15-20 years old. I informed the salesperson and credit person to correct the information. I never got a bill from them.
then recently I started receiving calls from National Enterprise System (NEC).
when I inquired about who I owed a debt to and how much, the collector stated an amount about double what I had made a transaction with that certain company.
I was told I owed a original creditor whose name was "Credit Bank".
When I told them that I did not owe anyone that amount, the collector and supervisor both asked me how much I owed.
A ploy to get a figure out of me to agree to pay.
I do not deal with third party collectors. I owe my debt only to the original creditor and will pay only that creditor.
I have sent return receipt a Cease Communication and a Debt Validation Letter (in one envelope).

Never give out your or others phone numbers, social security numbers, Bank numbers or credit card numbers, addresses, or any other personal information to anyone over the phone.

Deal with your original debt with the original creditor.
If they refuse to accept your payment efforts.(the amount is totaly up to you), then they are refusing to accept payment and threfore; validating that no debt is owed.
They can not tell you that you must make payments to a third party. if they do, file a dispute with the 3 credit reporting companies and explain what the circumstances are of their refusal to accept payment for the debt they are claiming.


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