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"Interstate Collections" is located somewhere in Jacksonville, Flordia.

Also, the same switchboard operator who use to work for Ted, at Ellis Crosby & Associates, is now working at Interstate.

Weird ain't it?

Phone number: 866-225-4872

Hopefully no one has to deal with them, as many are starting to get threatening calls from them.

It's also possible that they are called something else, but I was told by another forum member that they are "Interstate". Whoever they are, the switchboard operator is definitely the same person who answered "how can I dircect your call" for Ted Crosby.



You have been lucky enough for not reaching till the point when collection activity becomes unbearable.

I also suggest everyone just like you stated to work with the creditors. It's much easier that way.


Sub: #31 posted on Mon, 12/05/2005 - 15:51

roxette roxette

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Interstate Wire Compliance Bureau also called me. Unbeknownst to me, I sent them the money they said I owed to another company. I am in the military and they were talkin about an Article 15 and all kinds of legal action against me if I didn't get this taken care of. So dummy me, I moneygrammed them the money. Then I get on this website and find out all this stuff about them. And I didn't save the 2 "RUDE" voicemails that they had left me in the first place. Guess they got one over on me.

Sub: #32 posted on Wed, 12/07/2005 - 13:12


I just got a call from them saying to have my attorney contact them.. are they legit? can they arrest you at work?

Sub: #33 posted on Wed, 12/07/2005 - 13:37


What was the persons name that called you?

Sub: #34 posted on Wed, 12/07/2005 - 13:43


i just rec'ved 2 calls my self and they did have alot of my personal information but all of it was old. i spoke with a fiona russo there and she started her call and ended her call by saying i need your attorney's information, who keeps a lawyer in there back pocket. i just found it strange that someone could call you out of the blue like that and make threats with out thinking that someone would just fork over money with out some investiagatings, i will keep on digging on this company because i am not going to be treated like a crimal when is did nothing wrong.

Sub: #35 posted on Wed, 12/07/2005 - 14:14


what is wrong with these people can they really do this and get away with this??

Sub: #36 posted on Wed, 12/07/2005 - 14:23


These are all the illegal activities that should be reported to the FTC, BBB as well as the state attorney general office. We need to file more and more complaints against them so that urgent actions can be taken.

Sub: #37 posted on Wed, 12/07/2005 - 16:12

ben ben

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The person that called me called himself DA Wisenberg. He was very rude, in fact he hung up on me TWICE!!! Go figure.. He told me that I committed some interstate fraud and that it was a felony and that he would be contacting the local authorities..blah blah... Is this possible? he asked me if i wanted to settle out of court and I said yes. so he says send him 1400 dollars by the next morning. I said no and he hung up on me!!

Sub: #38 posted on Thu, 12/08/2005 - 06:57


I too just received a threatening call from them! I was scared too death and pretty upset as I had already made payment arrangements for my debt that I have kept commitments to. Lucky for me I Googled it and found you and then received a return call back from the agency that I have been working with to verify that they are indeed a fraudulent company and not affliated at all with legitimate collections.
DO NOT PAY THEM ANYTHING! They are frauds who resort to scare tactics to get money from you.

Sub: #39 posted on Thu, 12/08/2005 - 07:04


Yesterday when he called i thought there were going to arrest me at work. they were very rude... He wanted my supervisors name and everything..

Sub: #40 posted on Thu, 12/08/2005 - 07:59


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