Allied Interstate are continuously calling me since two week
Date: Tue, 12/20/2005 08:46
I've been getting calls from allied interstate for about two weeks now. They only call during the day when I'm at work. They leave messages about every fifth call which don't specifically ask for anyone by name, or say any more than please call Re: an important business matter. I'm working with a debt settlement company. Last week I had my debt negotiator contact Allied Interstate on my behalf. She was told by a manager at AI that they have no accounts under my name or SS#, yet the calls continue to show up on my caller ID. I'm just wondering what I should do, if anything? If they have no accounts under my name, or SS# why are they calling? Do they do anything other than collections? Has anyone else on here had any dealings with them?? Please share your experiences.
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