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Alliance One Receivables Management Inc - What consumers are saying

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I will be mailing my payment to the state of VERMONT.on 01/02/10. DO NOT CALL ME ANYMORE.


Anything I can help you with here? Who's calling you, and why? If you'll give me some info on your situation, I'll do what I can to help you.

So you'll know, we here in this community are not collectors. We don't call anyone unless they've requested it. I was unable to determine what collection agency has you so fired up. Help me, and I'll help you.

Sub: #61 posted on Sat, 12/12/2009 - 05:23

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you PEOPLE SUCK. why anyone would want you to work with them is be on my wild dreams


Thanks for the insult. Now... Who, exactly, are you insulting? What collection agency?

Sub: #62 posted on Sat, 12/12/2009 - 05:24

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Are collection agencies (AllianceOnce) required by law to provide the information of the particular company and account for which they are collecting on behalf of. I have a situation where they've called and sent a notice indicating that I was responsible for a debt, however when I called they confirmed that I was not the individual but yet they had my correct SSN and name. The dob was incorrect. I asked the rep who the company was so that I could follow up to ensure that I trully do not owe them anything and to ensure that they correct their records if I was not the right individual. The AllianceOne rep indicated that the they would not give me any additional information and said that I would not be contacted any longer. I'd like to believe them, but that's what they said two weeks ago when they called. Any guideance would be greatly appreciated.

Sub: #63 posted on Mon, 02/22/2010 - 14:34

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I've dealt with Alliance One twice in the last 7 years, thanks to my husbands retarded driving skills. We've always been the one to call them, set up payment plans. 1st time he owed 6k (before we met, thank you) in court fines. Paid it in 6 months, with NO issues. This second time, 2k, set up on $125 a month payments with a total interest charge of $65 or some silly amount.
If you own up and take responsibility for your actions or inactions they seem to treat people pretty well.
If you are getting things in the mail, or they are calling make sure that you have them mail you something. If they state that they have already mailed you something, make sure you "thank" them and tell them to do it again. Most collectors are pretty jerky about having to mail something for some reason.

Have a great day!

Sub: #64 posted on Wed, 03/03/2010 - 13:22

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This company is just horrible. The ill-trained agents are rude and dishonest. Does the
amount of money they collect have anything to do with how much they are paid? I
think so. I promised to pay a large amount on the account when the money was available. What did they do? Took a huge amount of money from my checking acct.
Falsified a tape that said I authorized it. I suggest that you pay these thieves through the mail. They are thieves and will definately pay for their actions. There
are all kinds of jobs and regardless to how unpleasant they are, someone has to do
them. With that in mind, you should not oppress anyone and don't let your avarice
for money get in the way of how you treat people. With the state of the economy,I
unfortunately have had to deal with others in this same business. But never have I
encountered such blatant lawlessness and disregard for basic respect for another
human being. This is the poorest example of free enterprise that I have ever experienced.

Sub: #65 posted on Mon, 03/08/2010 - 21:57

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Quote:
Originally Posted by Anonymous
This company is just horrible. The ill-trained agents are rude and dishonest. Does the
amount of money they collect have anything to do with how much they are paid? I
think so. I promised to pay a large amount on the account when the money was available. What did they do? Took a huge amount of money from my checking acct.
Falsified a tape that said I authorized it. I suggest that you pay these thieves through the mail. They are thieves and will definately pay for their actions. There
are all kinds of jobs and regardless to how unpleasant they are, someone has to do
them. With that in mind, you should not oppress anyone and don't let your avarice
for money get in the way of how you treat people. With the state of the economy,I
unfortunately have had to deal with others in this same business. But never have I
encountered such blatant lawlessness and disregard for basic respect for another
human being. This is the poorest example of free enterprise that I have ever experienced.


how's about this.you demand details in writing first.then get any agreement in writing.you do not admit to anything or set up anything over the phone.make them document everything.if they won't then you send a DV letter certified mail return receipt.that sound good?that's how i deal with not only this bottomfeeder,but all others like them.

Sub: #66 posted on Tue, 03/09/2010 - 05:12

paulmergel paulmergel
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Dan and Steph Newman's new address-
9810 Jensen Road
Eatonville WA 98329
360-832-8862

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Sub: #67 posted on Tue, 03/16/2010 - 16:15

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I have received a letter from Alliance One Receivables Management, Inc. They say that they are going to hand their 'Investigator' my 'file' in two days. I owed $826 for a driving ticket in Washington, and now suddenly they've tacked on an extra $407.61 in 'Post Assigned Interest'. I haven't had a job in 6 years, one year before I even got the ticket. Was mostly wandering if there is any way I can get rid of the interest. I mean, it's not like I took out a loan, and in addition this is the very first I've ever heard about any interest period. Also, they are now threatening me with charges for the investigation. What the hell, I have nothing and they want more and more! Help please!
PS - this is a really cool forum and I'm glad I found it.

Sub: #68 posted on Sun, 08/01/2010 - 02:11

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Quote:
Originally Posted by Anonymous
STOP OPENING CREDIT CARDS AND NOT PAYING ON THEM---IF YOU DID THAT YOU WOULDN;T GET CALLS FROM COMPANY WHO HAVE TO SIT AROUND AND TRY AND CONTACT THE MOST UNRELIABLE PEOPLE IN THE WORLD--GET YOUR STUFF TOGETHER AND STOP NEGLECTING ON YOUR PAYMENTS


U must be a bill collector! Learn proper English!

Sub: #69 posted on Wed, 09/29/2010 - 16:32

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This aLLiance One I believe is a scam. They dig up some old information, probably public records, then horass and threten to take u down with credit anve even take yopur Driver Licence AWAY. That is Black MAIL and FRAUD.

When U call them the sound unprofessional and plain stupid. I hund up on them and told them I will be suing them. The ticket I had 8 Years ago has been paid. They are trying to SCAM! Be arare!

Sub: #70 posted on Wed, 09/29/2010 - 16:44

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