My 20 yr old son rec'd not 1, but 6 "Priority Gram" collection letters in various amounts ranging from $47.29 to $6691.71 for "Shop At Home." Problem is he's NEVER bought anything from a shopping network. He doesn't own a credit card yet, and he can't stand those shows. He only watches sports shows. I don't know how they got his name and address and feel a scam is taking place. My son and I are pretty angry about this. Has anyone ever heard of CPS Security? Who should I contact to report this?
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