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Oxford Management Services - Are consumers harassed by them?

Oxford Management Services is a debt collection solutions provider headquartered in New York. Glance through the following sections to be aware about the consumer complaints and grievances against the company.

Complaints against Oxford Management Services

Consumers have numerous complaints against Oxford Management Services (OMS) and their method of collecting debt. Several consumers have been harassed by this collection service provider. Check out some of the consumer complaints against the company:

  • Call the debtors frequently: One consumer accused the company of making repeated collection calls to him. He complained of being frequently harassed by Oxford Management Services. The company called him several times a day in spite of telling them to not do so. Get more information
  • Breach agreement: A consumer blamed Oxford Management Services of breaching agreement. The consumer complained in the Debt Consolidation Care Community Forum that a representative of the company offered to lower his son’s debt from $600 to $150. He gave his bank details to the representative also. However, later another representative told him that they’ll take $150 from him and subtract the rest of the amount from his savings account. Read more..
  • Violate FDCPA laws: Another consumer said that the company was fined by Federal Trade Commission (FTC) for using false threats and illegal methods when collecting debts from consumers. Get more details
  • Threatens consumers: A consumer complained that the collection agency not only called him 6 to 7 times a day but also threatened to file lawsuit against him should he fail to pay off a 20,000 student loan. The consumer also said that the representative of the company behaved very rudely with him. Check out the details
  • Tell lie to collect money: The company is accused of telling lie to make money from innocent consumers. One consumer said that he was paying money to the company to get rid of a debt. Later, he came to know that it was all a lie. He didn't owe the debt. On receiving a debt validation letter, the representative of the company agreed that they have told lie to the consumer to make money. Here’s the details
  • Harass consumer on written-off debts: Another consumer complained that the company harass people on written-off debts. He said that the company harassed him for a $190 lab bill that he didn't owe and was written off on his credit report 4 years back. Know more
  • Call neighbors: A consumer complained that Oxford Management Services called him repeatedly to get information on his neighbor. Learn more
  • Call at work place: An angry and disappointed consumer complained that the company called him at his workplace in spite of providing them with another contact number. Get the details

However, in spite of so many Oxford Management Services complaints, an ex-employee of the company vouches for it. He says that the company is not a scam and follows all the guidelines. He even says that only highly trained officials work in the company. Know more

Tips to deal with Oxford Management Services

If you're one of those consumers who are harassed by Oxford Management Services, then the following tips can help you to deal with them effectively:

  • Request them for validation: If the Oxford Management Services calls regarding a debt, ask the company to validate the debt together with the name and contact details of the original creditor. If they are able to validate the debt, then make payment arrangements with the company.
  • Check the license: It always advisable to check whether the company is licensed to operate in your state. You can get the information from your State's Collection Agency Regulatory Board. If it isn't, then send a Cease and Desist letter to the company.
  • Don't divulge confidential details: You must not divulge confidential details (bank account number, employer identification number, social security number, etc) to the company at any point of time. This is because the company can misuse the information later.
  • Send them a Cease and Desist letter: Send a Cease and Desist letter (cease communication) via certified mail to the company if you don't owe the debt. Keep the copy of the cease and desist letter and the return receipt with you.
  • Take them to court: If the company continues to call you even after receiving the cease and desist letter, then record all the conversations and take them to court for violating FDCPA laws. Basically, you can file a lawsuit against the company if they violate any of the FDCPA laws.

Oxford Management Services Contact Details

Oxford Management Services
135 Maxess Road
Melville, NY 11747

Regional Address: 4180 Okeechobee Rd
Fort Pierce, FL 34947

Oxford Management Services Phone number: (631) 470-9800, (631) 962-0373, (800) 982-6096

Fax number: (631) 694-2155

I have Oxford Management Services calling me sever...
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I have Oxford Management Services calling me several times a day... I have already told them 2x to not call me anymore but they DO NOT STOP.

What can I do?

Sorry... I thought I was logged in.... This is my post.

Sub: #1 posted on Thu, 11/01/2007 - 16:26

cheyenne52883 cheyenne52883

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Send Oxford Management Services, a cease communication letter certified mail return receipt requested. Once you get the signature card back log every call they make and take them to court for fdcpa violations.

Sub: #2 posted on Thu, 11/01/2007 - 17:47

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Ceasing communication requires written notice per fdcpa.

Sub: #3 posted on Fri, 11/02/2007 - 04:46

cajunbulldog cajunbulldog
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You can also send a debt collector a facsimile stating to cease communications. Be sure to keep the fax confirmation sheet. That sheet will tell you that they received the facsimile and it becomes a legal document. We've done it several times and the calls and letters have ceased.

Sub: #4 posted on Tue, 07/14/2009 - 10:07


Originally Posted by Anonymous
I have Oxford Management Services calling me several times a day... I have already told them 2x to not call me anymore but they DO NOT STOP.
What can I do?

Peter Pinto is CEO of Oxford Debt Collectors. His home address is:
135 malloy drive, east quogue, new york 11946.
Worth $1.1 million - doing well from harrassing people.
He is married to Vanessa Langiulli Pinto. The company scams people.

Sub: #5 posted on Sun, 02/28/2010 - 10:05


I talked to 3 Oxford people today. One offered to reduce my sons debt from 600 to 150. I gave them my banking info and 2nd person said we'll take your 150 and deduct the rest from your account! I called to talk to the managers supervisor and he was worse! I said this is not what I negotiated and said THEY are not authorzed to take any funds from my account now or ever. Since I've read over and over about their horredous acts. I 'm in contact with my bank and we both monitor my account 3 times a day. I feel I have breached the security of my checking account by giving there people account info after which they renege on our original settlement. Tomorrow I set up an entire new checking account. I also have to contact social security and my mortgage company since this is the account payments automatically go into and out of. OXFORD MANAGEMENT IS A HUGE NIGHTMARE! Don't try to deal with them directly. You'll need a lawyer or go to Lutheran Social Services to help. President Peter Pinto and wife Vanessa that live at 135 Malloy Drive In East Quogue, NY 11942-3838 are impossible to track. He graduated from Hofstra University and they should be dissappointed of their alumae. Carlos Novelli is CEO. Patrick Pinto is Vp and well as Chuck Harris. I'm interested in this company to honestly settle or class action suit with other complaints.

Sub: #6 posted on Fri, 03/12/2010 - 22:22


Report them, they have already been brought up by the FTC for their illegal practices. Reason I posted Peter Pinto address is that they are currently selling their house - not good for the sale to have it associated with these bad company.

WASHINGTON, July 2, 2009 -- The Federal Trade Commission issued the following press release:

The operators of a debt collection company that used false threats and other unlawful tactics to collect consumers' debts have agreed to settle Federal Trade Commission charges that they violated federal law. The settlements bar future violations and require the defendants to pay $225,000.

According to the FTC complaint, the defendants, who had about three million consumer accounts and collected debts in every state, falsely threatened that nonpayment of debt would result in garnishment of consumers' wages, arrest, or legal action.

Sub: #7 posted on Wed, 03/17/2010 - 16:09


Wish I would have read this earlier. I have encouter the same problem. I misplaced the name of the person whom contacted me. I thought I was paying off a debt only to learn that that all was a lie. I asked for my pay off letter. They answered back by saying everything I was told was a lie. I agree with the class action suit with other complaints. How can we stop this.

Sub: #8 posted on Thu, 03/25/2010 - 16:05


I am going thru a lot of problems with these people calling me 6 to 7 different times in one day. They are now saying that if i dont come up with a lump some of money that it will be turned over to the legal system and i will have to go to court over my 20,000 student loan. These people are so rude and just dont seem to want to work with me. I dont know what else to do at this point ....

Sub: #9 posted on Wed, 04/07/2010 - 12:47


you must record them and get phone records of of their repeated calls. also read the the fair debt collection act. then contact robin eichen in the federal trade commission in new york city - i was contacted and assisted in the federal lawsuit that oxford had to pay on ,my personal ph # is 561-729-1454 for anyone who needs assistance with oxford. i am currently involved in another class action suit against oxford. call me for any assistance.

Sub: #10 posted on Sat, 05/08/2010 - 18:11


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