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I received a voicemail from both of these numbers...one on Monday and then one just last night. I call them and I get Bass & Assoc. and also, Jackson Phillips, I don't want to put them off if they are legit, but I want to get my research first. Does anyone know anything about them? Please let me know. I have been burned in the past by Anthony Galloway, so I just want to double check from now on. Thank you all very much!!

Btw....why do they all end in "& Associates"?




isnt that easier then said though? take the money and run? so far every loan ive taken out turns out to be not legal in my state but then i still get harassed.....

Sub: #31 posted on Mon, 03/05/2007 - 05:17

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Guest, if you borrow money, even if the terms of the loan is illegal, you still owe the money you "borrowed."

"so far every loan ive taken out turns out to be not legal in my state but then i still get harassed....."

Lets think logically for a second...they break one law, how hard is it for them to break a second, and then a third... These companies bank on a combination of two things: ignorance of the law, and desperation. No one not in the dark is likely to go through this, but a lot of people have no idea what the law says, and what they'll be in for when go through a loan shark company.

Sub: #32 posted on Mon, 03/05/2007 - 05:24

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Is there any way that bass and Associates will take me to court?

Sub: #33 posted on Mon, 03/05/2007 - 06:18

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Sorry I was not logged in. Is there any way that Bass And Associates will take me to court?

Sub: #34 posted on Mon, 03/05/2007 - 06:20

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Without knowing everything that Bass collects on, I would have to say it depends on a few things. Most importantly, how much they say you owe, and how you came to owe it. If you borrowed money from an internet payday lender, the chances lessen, as many of these "lenders" are unlicensed and/or operate outside of the law.

You've undoubtably seen that many of the posters have experience with this company, and they do have a habit of making illegal threats. Start a new thread and post the details of your situation. I'm sure everyone would be glad to help.

Edit: Very doubtful...if the loans were not legit, I wouldn't expect to see them in court, except as defendants:wink:

Sub: #35 posted on Mon, 03/05/2007 - 06:24

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yes it was a pdl and I have already have paid them 650.00 they say I owe like 2,000.00 still. What I don't understand is that they do not hound me everyday only once or twice a month. Don't you think that is funny?

Sub: #36 posted on Mon, 03/05/2007 - 06:33

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"...they do not hound me everyday only once or twice a month."

When was the last time you paid anything?

Edit: Please answer in your own thread.

Sub: #37 posted on Mon, 03/05/2007 - 07:55

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they 27th of feb 100.00

Sub: #38 posted on Mon, 03/05/2007 - 08:13

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Then I would guess they feel they only need to call occasionally to squeeze money from you. Money comes in many forms, any decent collector understands that (and collections software helps, too).

Sub: #39 posted on Mon, 03/05/2007 - 08:23

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But the problem is I don't owe the 2,000.00 like they say I do. My questions is should I stop giving them $?

Sub: #40 posted on Mon, 03/05/2007 - 08:25

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