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ATG Credit, LLC

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Just got a call from these people, the phone number is (800)969-4523. Can't seem to find anything about them? Has anyone ever heard of them?




paulmergel


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Credits: 135761.15272958

Sub: #1 reply
Wed, 06/25/2008 - 11:47

it looks like a fairly new CA.here is the info
i found.

ATG CREDIT LLC
1043 west granville ave.
chicago, il 60660
ph#1-(800)-969-4523
fax#1-(773)-764-3491

hope that helps,sounds like another bottomfeeder
CA has reared up.




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Sub: #2 Not that new, been around since 05/16/00.
Wed, 06/25/2008 - 12:35

Not that new, been around since 05/16/00.




cdollar
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Sub: #3 I just can't figure out who they're collecting for. PLUS--they'r
Wed, 06/25/2008 - 13:16

I just can't figure out who they're collecting for. PLUS--they're only calling me at work so I can't answer the phone to ask them.




paulmergel


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Credits: 135761.15272958

Sub: #4 reply
Wed, 06/25/2008 - 14:21

eight years isn't that long,plus they are only calling your work.sounds soooooo legit.NOT!!




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Sub: #5 I've been called 5 times by Robert. Says I personally guaranteed
Mon, 03/16/2009 - 06:59

I've been called 5 times by Robert. Says I personally guaranteed an account with Office Max and that my company owes $220. Spoke with a corporate manager at Office Max. We owe them nothing. And guess what - my company has never done business with Office Max!!!




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Sub: #6 These people are calling me, but will not send me a letter. I a
Thu, 04/16/2009 - 13:53

These people are calling me, but will not send me a letter. I asked them to send a validation of debt to me, but they got very mad and rude. It is the law that they must validate the debt if someone disputes it. I told them this and they went crazy! They would not even let me speak after I knew my rights. They transfered me three times, and finally to their "legal department". I got some kid who asked if I was an attorney. Then he threatened to sue instead of validating the debt. These people are crazy Quacks!!




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Sub: #7 These people are calling me, but will not send me a letter. I a
Thu, 04/16/2009 - 13:54

These people are calling me, but will not send me a letter. I asked them to send a validation of debt to me, but they got very mad and rude. It is the law that they must validate the debt if someone disputes it. I told them this and they went crazy! They would not even let me speak after I knew my rights. They transfered me three times, and finally to their "legal department". I got some kid who asked if I was an attorney. Then he threatened to sue instead of validating the debt. These people are crazy Quacks!!




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Sub: #8 These people are calling me, but will not send me a letter. I a
Thu, 04/16/2009 - 13:54

These people are calling me, but will not send me a letter. I asked them to send a validation of debt to me, but they got very mad and rude. It is the law that they must validate the debt if someone disputes it. I told them this and they went crazy! They would not even let me speak after I knew my rights. They transfered me three times, and finally to their "legal department". I got some kid who asked if I was an attorney. Then he threatened to sue instead of validating the debt. These people are crazy Quacks!!




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Sub: #9 if you paid your debts you wouldn't have to worry about it now w
Thu, 04/23/2009 - 19:10

if you paid your debts you wouldn't have to worry about it now would you. people ask for the validation of a debt just to slow the collection process, you know what your debts are, if you paid them in the first place, they wouldn't be calling you now would they.[samebox:f9cdd22d0b="paulmergel"]more drivel.get back to the phones you have the FDCPA to violate.[/samebox:f9cdd22d0b]




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Sub: #10 the first year of a new business is the hardest. if a company ha
Thu, 04/23/2009 - 19:13

the first year of a new business is the hardest. if a company has been in business for eight years, sounds like someone is doing something right.[samebox:568af7df1c="paulmergel"]no it just means that not enough people have taken action against said bottomfeeder.more people should.[/samebox:568af7df1c]




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