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Nationwide recovery systems (NRS) – a collection agency

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I haven't seen much on this site about Nationwide Recovery Systems (NRS) but thought I would share an article about their CEO - just lets everyone know what these debt collectors do with your money once they bilk it out of you - adding all of their fees and interest, etc.

Don't know about you, but excesses like this make me sick to my stomach. And NRS is a $600 million dollar company . . . I'll include a couple paragraphs from the story below but feel free to follow the link and read the rest of the story - know where your hard earned money is going.


I have no problem with licensed collection agencies (and their agents) who follow proper protocol and adhere to FDCPA and FCRA regulations.

My problem is with junk debt buyers and collectors who harrass, threaten and violate FDCPA and FCRA at every turn.


Sub: #1 posted on Fri, 10/21/2011 - 01:11

OhioGal1 OhioGal1
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your post is more civil than typical humanoids,but the reason you are called a bottomfeeder is for the reasons are not lawyers,but losers who work for this bottomfeeder say that routinely.that is illegal,but don't even state that.btw your statement that people who use the term "bottomfeeder"are ones who try to avoid responsibilities.well again lying on the phone,never sending even a dunning letter(bet you have no clue to what that is)and who have been sued before only to settle out of court.back to the phones have people to lie to and illegaly threaten if we don't just pay up on a phone call.

Sub: #2 posted on Thu, 10/20/2011 - 21:22

paulmergel paulmergel
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NRS is a reputable company that does a great job. I am an employee here to help if you want help. Most of us have been in similar situation as far as debt goes and sometimes need help in figuring out a viable way to get it resolved. That is what we do if given a chance. Everyone in this life has a job to do, some of us do it well and some of us do not. Just remember this, who is calling us the bottom feeders, is it someone that has had a problem and has no intention of fixing the problem, or is it someone that has had a problem and sincerely wants help getting it resolved? You can't help anyone that can't help their self. Respect you bill collector and they will respect you and hopefully help get you out of a difficult situation.

Sub: #3 posted on Thu, 10/20/2011 - 21:03

HereToHelp HereToHelp

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First of all. You have no clue.

Sub: #4 posted on Fri, 07/22/2011 - 03:04


I just received a call from them, and my experience wasn't so bad. The girl I spoke to wasn't nice - but far from rude. I didn't have to give my social security number, just verify my name and phone number, and they told me what the debt was for. It happened to be for the anesthesia for my son when he was just born in December, which should have been covered by Medicaid. I gave them his Medicaid information and she said she'd take care of it. Maybe I was just lucky, I know they can be awful!

Sub: #5 posted on Wed, 07/13/2011 - 01:42


your post is typical of your stupid humanoid ilk.first off don't talk to anyone about reall jobs as your wormslime bottomfeeder routinely breaking the law with your calls is hardly legitimate work.second i see a few lawsuits for your bottomfeeder coming as you have been sued's just there is always a settlement.the "cost of doing business"you call it.btw a real person uses the word you,not the letter lazy a$$.the real reason things like you post is because we do question more than ever and you can't handle it.instead of coming on here and looking the fool.why don't you hit the phones drone.before nobody just pays you because you are calling and lying about who you are to get a cheap payday.

Sub: #6 posted on Mon, 06/27/2011 - 08:29

paulmergel paulmergel
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to the man that sues' people for a sue debt collectors for a living??-- lol get a life. a real job. you all are talking shit about debt collectors well dont write checks that your dumb ass's cant cash. lol PAY YOUR BILLS its that simple dont talk shit about NRS nationwide recovery systems- hell n for you all that say they are no real go to - yes they are very real and for all of you that have current service anytime you make a change to your account whether it be adding/removing a line or changing your phone number att doesnt do combined billing so your balance that you had before the change will be the one thats at NRS because you have failed to pay once again YOUR BILL! --- and for the ones that claim you had a original payment secured with the client - att'; txu'; who ever your bill is for can only keep your account for 4-5 months before they send it to NRS;; p.s. u all look like jack ass's paying 20 dollars 50 dollars a month on a 500-1000 dollar bill...

Sub: #7 posted on Sat, 06/25/2011 - 05:06


they arent asking for your social to ruin your credit they are a ligit company and they only need it to locate your account; and to be honest they wouldnt call you if you'd simply pay your bills-

Sub: #8 posted on Sat, 06/25/2011 - 04:59


If you have a payment arrangement with the original creditor, you should call them and find out why a collection agency is contacted you about it. If they tell you that the account is not with any collection agency, then you can send NRS a cease & desist letter.

Sub: #9 posted on Sun, 03/20/2011 - 12:14

goldenbast goldenbast
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This company NRS has been calling me several times a day threatening me over a 200.00 dollar bill that I made payment arrangements with personally with AT&T Mobility. I have a serious problem with an organization that agreed to the 50.00 a month terms. I have records and proof of payment but NRS continues to call..

Sub: #10 posted on Sat, 03/19/2011 - 12:24


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