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National Action Financial Services - Is it good to deal with?

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Ok, National Action Financial Services have made the first initial call today around 8:30 this morning. I have no idea who they're calling about (me or my wife) since the phones in her name. I refuse to talk to this guys from National Action Financial Services at all. I've chased off allied interstate, Merchants and now these goons. I do not have an account number for an alleged debt that they say one of owes. I need to send a C&D letter but no account number. Can I just send this with out the account and use the phone # they called us at. I've seen numerous posts and these are the lowest scumbags. The automated message just said that "You must call 866-529-1899 as it is VERY important to someone named "Gotto or Gotty" Da ha funny. Can someone please advise. Thank you.

I have helped out one person with them because they got scared. NAFS threatened to sue them if they didn't pay right away on a $72 credit card. The credit card is way out of SOL, about 10 years old. It is sad that a company would take advantage of the elderly on social security who do not have to pay you by law, never mind that your company can't sue if the debt is time barred.

I will tell you this, if your company puts it on his credit report after I he sent you a debt validation letter, your company WILL have a nice big lawsuit on their hands. Your company will be paying out THOUSANDS of dollars for a judgment, all because they violated the law collecting on a $72 debt.

How ya like them apples?

Sub: #31 posted on Thu, 02/26/2009 - 06:08

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Sub: #32 posted on Thu, 02/26/2009 - 06:15

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They call all the time and harass me about a non-existent Fleet bank account, Fleet was taken over by B of A The account was transferred and became a B of A account, they still lie and say "You owe money", F*** no I don't, B of A apparently never paid fleet's accounts, or listed them as charge -offs, straight LIE.

As well, were there a debt, it's now barred by Statute of Limitations, and irrelevant now They lie and say it's NOT under Statute, and still due, F*** them,

Sub: #33 posted on Wed, 03/04/2009 - 11:30


This company sent a letter to a friend I am helping out. I sent a DV letter for him and they received it on February 27th. I called them and they now say they sold the account off on the 27th and have no information on it,lol......

Sub: #34 posted on Wed, 03/04/2009 - 13:34


My parents were receiving daily calls from this company. They simply reported it to our county sheriff. They called the company, found out the phone number the collector had was out of date, and got them to quit contacting my parents. They were very interested in having us notify them if the phone calls persist.

Sub: #35 posted on Mon, 03/16/2009 - 11:18


I started at a new company with a new phone number and have received calls EVERYDAY telling me to call Jeremy Perry at 800-219-6227. I call them back and they have no idea why they are calling, who they are calling for, and have no record of this phone number. I ask them to stop calling and they say they will "look it up and get back to me". So far, I still get a phone call every day and NO one there knows why.

Sub: #36 posted on Tue, 03/17/2009 - 10:30


The thing about this company is that it doesn't have the simplest of it's facts straight. I actually owe them (get this) $40. That's it. (completely could have been avoided, I totally accept the responsibility) It's on a blockbuster account my husband and I rented and never returned. I called them today about paying it in full, no one could find a record of my husband and it took me an hour and a half to track someone down and try to pay them. I finally got a hold of a male, explained to him that the account was over a year outstanding and I wanted to pay it. Hereafter a yelling match ensued. It. was. ridiculous. I told him that his company had NEVER contacted me, I assumed the account went into collections which blockbuster acknowledges that the account was bought out from NAFS. Blockbuster gave me their number and after getting disconnected and ping-pong'd I got a hold of this man who began insulting me for waiting so long to pay it. This $40 dollars is the ONLY thing on my husband's credit report now, and after the yelling match and the back and forth insults I hung up. I did his job for him. I called him unprovoked to settle this crummy $40 and they couldn't even do THAT right or professionally. The account is still as of this afternoon outstanding because he claims the system 'cycles out' accounts every so often which is part of why they were having problems finding my husband's account. It all ended up sounding and being a bunch of b.s.

Sub: #37 posted on Thu, 03/19/2009 - 11:27


This alleged company calls my home every other day. They are a third-party collection services company attempting to collect a debt for Pinnacle Credit Services, LLC. We bought a phone at Target and it has an electronic voice that states the name and # of the party calling, which is heard throughout the house. I do not pick up when I hear, "Call from 'unavailable,' 1-800-697-4981." I called this company today, stated who I was, and asked for a mailing address. I was not given an address, rather I was harrassed as to the reason I needed an I hung up on "Mr. Dunn," most likely a fictitious name, but a rude S.O.B. who wanted to play verbal games, rather than just GIVE A COMPANY ADDRESS! He did not know why I asked, I may have decided to send money, for all he knew. But Mr. Dunn proceeded to harrass me as to "why" I wanted the company's addresss, so I refused to talk to him. I called back and an R.K. Ross answered the phone; polite, professional and he gave me the address I requested. If anyone would like the address, here it is:

National Action Financial Services
165 Lawrence Bell
Williamsville, N.Y. 14221

Sub: #38 posted on Thu, 03/26/2009 - 12:21


You are wrong, Mr. Noooone, in that a person does NOT have to pay a bill if they have had a financial collapse. They do need to send a letter to the address of the financial institution who is harrassing them through mail, phone calls, etc., and ask the company to stop calling; THE COMPANY HAS TO OBLIGE AND THEY MUST stop calling. Companies are not PERMITTED TO HARRASS. Most people are very happy to pay their bills on time; including the U.S. GOVERNMENT! ... which has a serious problem, as well. Do not think it cannot happen to YOU at some time in your life, Mr. Noooone. You might eat your words someday.

Sub: #39 posted on Thu, 03/26/2009 - 12:28


LOL I did like the "drugs" comment ... I don't even take asprin!

Sub: #40 posted on Thu, 03/26/2009 - 12:34

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