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I haven't seen much on this site about Nationwide Recovery Systems (NRS) but thought I would share an article about their CEO - just lets everyone know what these debt collectors do with your money once they bilk it out of you - adding all of their fees and interest, etc.

Don't know about you, but excesses like this make me sick to my stomach. And NRS is a $600 million dollar company . . . I'll include a couple paragraphs from the story below but feel free to follow the link and read the rest of the story - know where your hard earned money is going.

(http://findarticles.com/p/articles/mi_m4070/is_2003_March/ai_98595120)




am having the same problem with my mother and law and I agree with everything you are saying in this message! this people from NRS are the worst!

Sub: #21 posted on Wed, 01/20/2010 - 11:22

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whatever anonymous? who are you dennis? this co is a bad place.. if everything was exposed.... the amount of lying and cheating is really bad and im just talking about the employee side. so everyone else im sure is the same, but they prob real do feel validated since they are dealing with people who dont think there gonna get paid anyways it makes sense if you want to take advantage of everyone else they take advantage of new hires treat them like crap and it really just feels like a sweat shop on the phone fishing for execs that have people that owe them money u stiff arm those guys into giving u accts and then cheat everyone else after they get paid they lie the desperate..... these guys im sure they have to have problems sleeping because they are pricks retention is soo bad because they cheat all new hires as much as they can. but it is licensed stealing, they prey on pain and weakness, yup

Sub: #22 posted on Sun, 01/24/2010 - 23:44

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Just got off the phone with one of the creeps that work for NRS - the debt was not even in my name - they will not stop calling my house. I told her that this is not the person you are calling - they wanted my social security number - which I would not give them. Who ever you are that you posted that they are a great company to work for, do they teach you that speaking to someone in curse words gets you what you want - and screaming obscenities is the way to deal with the public. It is actually against the law. I pay my bills - and when I can't I make a phone call and things are worked out. I have never gotten a piece of correspondence from this company they won't tell me what the bill is for just want my social - yeah right. Any one that falls for this is as dump as this company.

Sub: #23 posted on Mon, 02/08/2010 - 16:44

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Don't have any outstanding debts but I agree that debt collection can be a touchy issue but if the majority of people who go to these companies have already had an opportunity to make arrangements. They have chosen not to do so. I think the people who don't pay there bills are jerks. Would rather have cell phones and other things they can't afford. What about accepting some personal responsibility. Want to talk about rights when you a parracite to society. Always want something for nothing. Shame on you guys. Get a job two or three and pay what you owe.

Sub: #24 posted on Mon, 04/05/2010 - 13:12

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Don't have any outstanding debts but I agree that debt collection can be a touchy issue but if the majority of people who go to these companies have already had an opportunity to make arrangements. They have chosen not to do so. I think the people who don't pay there bills are jerks. Would rather have cell phones and other things they can't afford. What about accepting some personal responsibility. Want to talk about rights when you a parracite to society. Always want something for nothing. Shame on you guys. Get a job two or three and pay what you owe.


WOW a PARASITE that can't spell.be still my heart.btw everybody owes debt mopus.just sometimes life gets in the way,and people fall behind.being the PARASITE with no typing skills whatsoever.i wouldn't go on a forum like this.it's obvious you have the skills and temperment for phone harrassment....now back to it with you.

Sub: #25 posted on Mon, 04/05/2010 - 13:48

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Sounds to me like a lot of crying by a bunch of debtors and some ex-employees. NRS is a great company to work for and works hard for there clients. If you do not like them calling you then pay your bill.


I just spoke to someone from NRS AGAIN. They've been calling my number for nearly 2 years now, for as long as I've had this phone number, looking for Brenda Crockett, whomever the hell that is. Don't know her, have never known her, don't want to know her. But no one at NRS wants to believe that. For the third time they promised me that my phone number would be taken off the account but I know that in a couple of weeks some jerk will find it again and the calls will start, at least two-three times a week, sometimes two three times a day. If they don't want to believe me why don't they go to the internet and see who the phone number is registered to. Good grief!!!!! I don't them any money, don't have any unpaid bills. Why am I being harassed this way??? Is there a state agency I can complain to? Somebody who can make them stop?

Sub: #26 posted on Mon, 09/13/2010 - 11:45

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The next day after I said I would pay the bill to AT&T, I have received calls from AT&T every day asking me to come back. I paid my bill originally as soon as I received it and AT&T, being so large, sent me back to money. Now they can't figure out why I don't want to rush and pay them. Do you think I would every go back to AT&T, NO WAY!!!

Sub: #27 posted on Fri, 09/17/2010 - 12:11

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I got a call from Brad Mitchell (972-798-1000 ext 220 who was investigating an issue and from their "legal" department. This guy and his company are such flakes its not even funny. The bill in question was not even valid but they will try and talk over you and ask for all sorts of information. I am an attorney so I enjoy having fun with these kind of people but for those of you who just googled this number and are nervous and bothered, let me tell you, do not let these people ruin your day, make you scared or anything else. Tell them to call your attorney and even if you don't have an attorney give them some Wal-Mart local number or the number of a local adult store or something ridiculous as these people and companies like this lack legal regulation and need to be put in their place and the word needs to be spread.

Sub: #28 posted on Wed, 10/06/2010 - 11:33

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http://biz.yahoo.com/ic/1 06/106775.html

This is Nationwide Recovery Systems and they harassed me as well. They need to be called at their homes at 7pm at night when they are their family over for Dinner.

If you are board during the day, just call these idiots. Pick an extension or a number from above, just make up a name.

Contact Information Address: 2304 Tarpley Rd., Ste. 134
Carrollton, TX 75006
Phone:972-798-1000Fax:972-798-1020
Financial HighlightsFiscal Year End:DecemberRevenue (2008):18.00 MEmployees (2008):275
Key People CEO: Christopher J. Mathews Treasurer, Controller, and Assistant Secretary: Tonya Stockton VP Sales: Dennis Dlabaj

Sub: #29 posted on Wed, 10/06/2010 - 11:37

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Sounds to me like a lot of crying by a bunch of debtors and some ex-employees. NRS is a great company to work for and works hard for there clients. If you do not like them calling you then pay your bill.


Well, how about those of us who DO NOT owe a debt and are continually harassed by creditors?

I have been called 8 to 17 times a day by a debt collector trying to get me to pay $8300 for a visa that I never had with my ex-husband. I did have a joint bank account with him, but was NEVER on his visa card.

We have been divorced for 11 years. It has been at least 6 to 7 years since my ex filed for bankruptcy and stopped paying on the visa. I suspect someone got my name and SS# off of the bank records and decided to try to take me for a ride. Not happening!

I have a great lawyer who advised me very well in this case... They need to prove that I owe by showing where I signed the visa contract. I know that I never did so I know this will go no where. Plus, the statute of limitations for breech of contract is 4 years. They don't have a leg to stand on!

Sub: #30 posted on Wed, 10/06/2010 - 12:00

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