CBE Group collection agency - How do consumers perceive this company?
Date: Thu, 09/14/2006 11:51
So I get daily calls every half hour or so from the following number:
It comes up on the caller ID as "IOWA CALL"
So I get numerous recorded messages on my machine to call back "Timothy" at:
When I googled that number, it came up with YMCA. LoL
I live nowhere near Iowa, and I'm positive it's a CA calling, but I don't know which one, and I'll be darned if I'm going to talk to them on the phone. If I can figure out who it is, I will send them a DV letter.
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