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Need Phone number to Calvary Investment Collection Agency

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Need number ASAP THANKS! Calvary Investment- not listed in phone book, 411 or yellow pages.com




Hi guest! I did a search and this is what I came up with. I noticed during my search, they are also known as 'calvary portfolio', they are the same as Calvary investments.

Cavalry Portfolio Services, LLC **
4050 Cotton Ctr Blvd
Phoenix, Arizona 85040
Phone: (602) 667-0128
Fax: (602) 667-0686

New York Office
7 Skyline Drive
Hawthorne, New York 10532
Phone: (914) 347-3440
Toll Free: (800) 724-1757
Fax: (914) 347-1973

Tulsa Office
9522 E 47th Place
Ste H
Tulsa, OK 74145
Phone: (918) 665-5600
Toll Free: (800) 429-0535
Fax: (918) 665-5656

Saint Paul Office
408 Saint Peter St., Ste 210
Saint Paul, MN 55102-1187
Phone: (651) 287-2980
Toll Free: (800) 322-3323
Fax: (651) 287-2877

Be careful, from what I've read, these are some of the worst collection agencies to deal with, from extortion to blackmail to pretending to be an IRS agent. so keep a close watch on your credit report as well. hope this info has helped you. shirley

Sub: #1 posted on Thu, 04/27/2006 - 10:29

imkimssister imkimssister

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Hi, I got this information from the BBB.

CALVARY INVESTMENTS
4050 E. Cotton Center Blvd. #20
Phoenix, AZ 85040
Phone Number: 888-473-3581
Fax Number: 602-667-0686

Check the licensing, bonding and registration of this collection agency from the Arizona State Banking Department. They are located at:

2910 N. 44th Street,
Suite 310 in Phoenix,
AZ 85018.
Ph: 602-255-4421

Sub: #2 posted on Thu, 04/27/2006 - 10:49

david david

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I just rcv'd a bill from Calvary -- on behalf of AT&T. I haven't had AT&T since 2003! My local provider is my LD provider, also. I called AT & T and they transferred me to a Calvary rep. The Calvary rep wanted my entire ss# -- which I wouldn't give him. I spoke with my true phone carrier, and they told me that AT&T could have easily verified the info while I was on the phone with them... Wondering if anyone else has encountered this problem. Something's rotten in the phone lines of Denmark.

Sub: #3 posted on Wed, 05/10/2006 - 14:30

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all u debtors always have really horrible excuses for not paying your bill. You should all be ashamed of yourselves for pretending u dont know why we are calling u

Sub: #4 posted on Sat, 02/23/2008 - 15:57

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1888-568-0073 CALVARY PORTFOLIO SERVICES
1888-845-0146 CALVARY PORTFOLIO SERVICES
1800-7241757 CALVARY PORTFOLIO SERVICES
1800429-0535CALVARY PORTFOLIO SERVICES
1877-2228257 CALVARY PORTFOLIO SERVICES.
MISTER DEBT COLLECTOR I OFFER THIS TRIBUTE TO YOU.
IF YOU NEED MORE PHONE NUMBERS SEE IN PHONE NUMBERS BY GUEST.I TOOK THIS NUMBERS FROM THERE.
http://www.debtconsolidationcare.com/creditors-informatio n/about23803.html

Sub: #5 posted on Sat, 02/23/2008 - 16:46

tsacgiv tsacgiv

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they just called accusing me of being a guy named Mark. My name is Whitney. my husband name is donald. they told me that i (mark) have 5 grand in debt with ATT and we have never had it. they asked for my social and i told them what it started with and they got so madat me and hung up.

Sub: #6 posted on Mon, 03/03/2008 - 13:50

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[color=Indigo][/color] :evil: i keep getting calls for someone else,i told them don't call me anymore and they said this number was given ,i told them not to call but they still do.they are annoying.i am not the person they want ,but still keep calling.

Sub: #7 posted on Thu, 05/08/2008 - 10:08

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their number is1-888-716-0010,i wish they would leave alone.i told them to take my number off their calling list,but she said we'll call in a few days again. :evil:

Sub: #8 posted on Thu, 05/08/2008 - 10:11

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No matter what excuses people have it doesn't give you the right to harass anyone. People like you harassed my elderly mother for a debt that wasn't even hers. You really need to do less harassing and more research!!!!

Sub: #9 posted on Thu, 05/15/2008 - 08:51

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First - when you are called - be polite to the debt collector. Here them out. Get their name, location and phone number.
Tell them, once you get the above info - you have the wrong person. They have no right to obtain your social security number from you.
If they continue to harass you during your phone conversation and continue to call you - keep a physical handwritten log of when they call - and the person's name.

You should then go over to the ftc dot com (Federal Trade Commission) website and download and complete their complaint form and send it Certified Mail/Return Receipt Requested (the green card) to the FTC. We pay federal taxes to fund the FTC - there is no charge to file a complaint nor have them hammer a collection agency or creditor for you.
You can the same if a creditor is harassing you at work. Obtain the name and place they're calling from - them verbally tell them - "I cannot accept personal calls at work. Do not call me here again." Then go to the ftc dot com website and report them as I've already described.

To really hammer on them - file a complaint with you State Attorney General's Office - you also pay your taxes to fund the AG of your state also. They will take care of the complaint.
You must teach these unscrupulous creditors a lesson - you may save someone else's job and credit rating.

By making the complaint and stopping them - you may be helping thousands of people and whipping these collection agencies, their agents, trainers and callers into shape to comply with the Fair Debt Collections Practices Act (the fdcpa).

Take care.

PS: If you owe the debt - no matter how long the original creditor hasn't contacting you - or a collection agency or law firm sends you a collection notice "out of the blue" - that doesn't matter - IF YOU CREATE A DEBT - IT'S YOUR RESPONSIBLITY TO PAY IT. The creditor should not have to "hunt you down" for you to pay your bills.

If you bills are too numerous and you can't keep up - you may want to consult a bankruptcy attorney. Filing a bankruptcy will cease all collection activity against you and it's not the end of your credit either. Don't let a collector fool you into thinking you can't list or file bankruptcy against your debts.
Only certain tax obligations, overpayments to you by a government agency, child support, maintanance/alimony, fines, parking tickets, student loans guaranteed by the federal government are not dischargeable in bankruptcy.

Sub: #10 posted on Sat, 09/06/2008 - 09:21

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