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Alliance One Receivables Management Inc - What consumers are saying

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you made your stupid point back to the deep you go.

Sub: #41 posted on Fri, 04/03/2009 - 11:52

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They have contacted my friends Mom, who has nothing to do with his debt, etc. She said they bad mouthed him and were strong arming her about his debt. They are ruthless.

Sub: #42 posted on Fri, 05/08/2009 - 08:28


The letter I just recieved is a total scam, as if they can threaten to have my Driving Privileges revoked!!

Sub: #43 posted on Fri, 06/05/2009 - 15:49


You got that in writing? Pass GO! and collect your $1000. Sue 'em

Sub: #44 posted on Fri, 06/05/2009 - 17:41

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okay angelo.whatever you say. :roll: :roll:

Sub: #45 posted on Sat, 06/13/2009 - 13:36

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i am paying off my license and they told me there is no fees we will see i should be fully paid off as of today i will come back and post my results. LOL

Sub: #46 posted on Mon, 07/06/2009 - 09:16


i am a former employee of AllianceOne. They do not encourage you to break the law. if you have a problem with a specific collector then get his full name and ask to speak to his supervisor, he will have to let you speak to him. as far as the added charges those come from the company you originally owed either due to interest or fees assessed. the best way to deal with a collection agency is not to get in debt. but of coarse sometimes things happen. if you are resonable they will work with you on an arrangement. best of luck.

Sub: #47 posted on Fri, 07/17/2009 - 11:28


Has anyone served a notice from their county clerk and served
with a notice to go to court. Well it has happened and I do not
remember anyone asking for one person in our household. But someone did kept calling but would not leave what it was about and in fact the person was rude and sounded like a threat when we call again you better pick the phone. I had
to use *69 but when these companies use spoof number from
someone else I do not give out any information. I did not see
any notice in the mail from this Alliance Receivables management either. But it looks like we are going to court. and have to pay the fee for they are ones who did these in the first. So why should we be stuck with paying their filing fees.
I do recall this harassment calls and the person was very rude and would not say where they were calling from and what it was about.

Sub: #48 posted on Tue, 07/21/2009 - 20:25


I've made a payment plan with them but I was out of work for a month due to an injury. I asked the guy I've been talking to, Josh, if I could possibly skip July's payment since I hadn't been working. He agreed to skip August's payment if I paid July's. I ended up borrowing money from a friend to pay it. They were suppose to charge my account on the 31st when the money would be available. They charged my account on the 27th so now I have 2 overdraft fees totaling $70 from my bank!

I've tried calling Josh numerous times but he has not returned my calls! I've left messaged after message because now, he isn't answering his phone! When I first made the payment plan he was very easy to get a hold of and now that I need to speak with him about this he is never around! I've called Alliance one at their other numbers to get a hold of anyone who will give me some answers but I keep getting hung up on. I don't know if its on purpose (probably) or they really don't know how to use their own phones! I'm just wondering if anyone here has had this happen to them and if so, did you get reimbursed? Any help will be appreciated!

Sub: #49 posted on Mon, 08/03/2009 - 09:17


i just recived one to

Sub: #50 posted on Wed, 08/12/2009 - 19:31


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