I posted in another thread section about being abused by NPG. They have called my work twice and left a message with my supervisor leaving the name of their company as National Principle Group, contact person is Lydia Burke and number is 877-628-1198[URL="http://www.debtconsolidationcare.com/forums/#"][/URL] (the second call was after I had told them to cease & desist and that I wasn't allowed to receive calls of this nature at work). They have also called me and a reference who is a friend of mine and left messages indicating they have a claim against me and that they need to speak with me. I called them and orally told them to cease & desist calling my work, references & myself and was told to quit talking, that I was only getting myself into more trouble. When they call me at work, it comes up as a private number and when they call me on my cell it comes up as a local number.
I requested their location and they refused to give it to me and I cannot find anything on the Internet about them or this number. I have filed a complaint with the FTC & the Texas Attorney General's office. I am also contacting an attorney to see what my legal recourse is. I'm just so sick of these vultures harrassing me.
The original loan was with Cashnetusa. I called them and was told it was sold off to National Credit Adjustors. I called them & was told it was sold off to Chebat Portfolio Managers; however, they don't answer and you're only able to leave a message and they don't return my calls.
I also have a dispute over the original loan with CashnetUSA because when I look at my account history it shows I got two loans with them between Jan. 2010 and Feb. 2010, which I never applied for. So I'm not sure how they can show me getting two loans back to back.
It's so messed up & I don't even know where to turn.
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