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Subject: UNITED REVENUE CORPORATION - Arlington, TX
 
Posted on Tue Dec 02, 2008 12:12 pm  

Is anyone dealing with these guys..?

Or HAS anyone..?
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Posted on Tue Dec 02, 2008 1:16 pm  

I haven't heard to much about them but there website makes claims of having cutting edge technology to collect past due debts. They also claim to have better results than most other collection agencies and use "sophisticated' mehtods of collecting. I imagine though they are like the rest and use skip tracers and the sorts. What kind of problem do you have with them and what is your debt situation. Maybe we can help if you give us a little more information. Hope to talk to you soon.
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Posted on Tue Dec 02, 2008 1:28 pm  

I'm working with a consumer law atty who is looking for cases where the client is being collected upon by URC... They're notorious for all kinds of violations...
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Posted on Tue Dec 02, 2008 1:33 pm  

Yes it seems like if you read through enough posts around here you will see there are alot of these companies. Usually the debtor just wants the company to go away and they usually do after a cease and desist letter is sent certified mail. They can usually depend upon after a couple months the collection agency resells the debt and soon they have to do it all over. I advise most to leave a copy of the C&D letter on their computer and they can just change a little information and then print it to send to the next debt collector.
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Posted on Wed Dec 03, 2008 11:39 am  

Can anybody in this forum tell me who is United Revenue Corporation and how can I contact them.
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Posted on Wed Dec 03, 2008 11:46 am  

United Revenue Corporation is a collection agency based as Texas which provides debt collection services to its clients. You can call them at their Toll Free number (800) 999-8685 or you can contact them at the following address:
204 Billings, STE 120, Arlington, Texas-76010
As per BBB rating the company has an unsatisfactory record and is not a BBB accredited business.
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Subject: BEWARE the Toll free numbers, though...
 
Posted on Wed Dec 03, 2008 6:37 pm  

Bad idea to call any debt collector at an 800/866/888 number... They log the calling number, and then use it to contact you later... There is no way to block a toll free number... That's why they use them... Also, many companies have technology that allows them to log calls, even if the number IS blocked...
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Posted on Thu Dec 04, 2008 12:59 pm  

Now there is some mighty fine information. I am wondering if this is what these people are doing to me. Another couple charged up alopt of debt with a lot of places and then changed their number. I got that number now. Everytime opne appears ion my caller ID I am calling them back and explaining this is not "so and so" but my new number. For some it works and for others it doesn't. I wish the phone company would do more to protect people from preditors like this. It should be a priveledge to have a telephone and not a curse.
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Posted on Thu Dec 04, 2008 1:06 pm  

The companies are also using a new technique called "spoofing". Basically, it is an internet-driven method to make your caller id show a number that isn't at all what the number they're calling from is. They leave messages with toll free numbers for you to call them back, without you being able to find a block-able (via *67) number.
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Posted on Thu Dec 04, 2008 1:41 pm  

How is this legal? I have heard of this methos before but did not know a whole ot about it. It just seems like if they list an incorrect number knowingly that it would be illegal or against telephone company rules and regulations. Every now and again I will actually get a nice collector and they will explain to me how and why my number is being called and then tell me what to do. A few even explained the "spoofing" and call tracer methods. By hearing what they had to say is that unless they can find a newer number to call these other people at most will just continue to call me. They haven't changed there number at Sears, auto parts store or anywhere and its been about a year sinece I had this number. I try to get the stores to delete their number and list it as mine but they say they can only do that if the couple request it.
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Posted on Thu Dec 04, 2008 4:01 pm  

You can request that the bureaus delete your numbers from your credit reports... They generally will.... That's how alot of the debt collectors get your numbers to call in the first place. Other times, it's simply the product of you still having the same number as when you opened the account that has been turned over to collection....

Spoofing is relatively impossible to prevent at present, so there's no way to regulate it...
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Posted on Fri Dec 05, 2008 12:04 pm  

Thats not what I need them to do. I am not the one with the debt..it was the people who had this telephone number before I did. As far as I know they are still using it as their home phone number. I asked places to take it off the records of the person who did but none will. Even if I go to Sears and they bring up my number for a delivery the other people come up first and I have to explain that it is my number now. I asked them to remove the other listing for that couple and they can not legally do it. It really gets frustrating after a while. I even called the phone company and they say they can not keep them from issuing thier old number to new places.
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Posted on Sat Dec 06, 2008 3:38 pm  

What does this have to do about phone calls? This is one fo the reasons people express doubt. Talk credit and credit help to us.
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Posted on Sun Dec 07, 2008 5:54 am  

not sure what it has to do with it either, hopefully cody will come back and talk some credit with us.
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Posted on Sun Dec 07, 2008 10:47 pm  

Another one of his one liners. Maybe by going green it would cut their bottom line. Who knows guess we just have to wait and see when and if he comes back to fill us in. I imagine it will tie in with the credit card world some how. If you have been to a Wal Mart recently you would see all the reusable grocery bags at the beginning of each check out..does this count?

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