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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.


Talked with Amy and she is sending me the paper work to fill out and send back to her.
Also my attorney explained that these guys have to file a charges with a local attorney in your state, you will be served with papers in person or get a certified and/or regular from the attorney telling you when the court date is, etc. They have to follow the correct procedure. I contacted the loan company and demanded they remove my account for this collection agency, told them they were fake, etc. The person who answer the phone told me that she had to talk with her supervisor and call me back and that was Thursday morning and so far have not hear from any one. Added the phone number to the DO NOT CALL list.

Sub: #91 posted on Mon, 12/19/2005 - 18:19


I just received a call from them also with the same return number of 10866-225-4872. The man, Stanley Morgan said that I or my attorney should call him back. What kind of SCAM IS THIS?????

Sub: #92 posted on Thu, 12/22/2005 - 12:16



IWCB is engaged in unfair doings. They are harassing people and trying to squeeze money. If they are calling you for some unpaid account, tell them to send you something in writings. Ask for their address and send them CMRRR requesting debt validation.

Also try to locate the debt they are collecting. Do you have any unpaid account? Contact your original lender and settle it down.

Sub: #93 posted on Thu, 12/22/2005 - 13:11

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they are a fraud company. I just listen to them and let them tell me where to wire the money and say yes madam and yes sir and they will leave you alone for a couple of days. I think it is funny when they call and you agree and then they think they are getting money. Play the game....

Sub: #94 posted on Fri, 12/23/2005 - 08:15


I got a payday loan about 1.5 yrs ago and after divorce, was forced into bankruptcy earlier this year. I claimed the payday loan company as a creditor, and now this IWCB is calling me, stating that they're going to file charges because the $ was wired to my account but funds were not there to collect it when they attempted. they state that the bankruptcy laws exclude wire transfer situations and that charges can be filed. they didn't ask for $ but told me to get an atty and have the atty contact them. Anyone know if there's any validity to this?

Sub: #95 posted on Wed, 12/28/2005 - 09:54



I would also suggest consulting a lawyer of your state. See the papers provided by the bankruptcy court. There should be a list of accounts that were discharged or paid off. You can check your credit report also to verify the state of this account.

Sub: #96 posted on Wed, 12/28/2005 - 11:49

4u.bryan 4u.bryan

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Has anyone heard of E-Processing? It is another payday loan company over the internet-just got a call from someone claiming to represent them and used the name United Federal Bank in WY - check - no such bank- told me he was an atty from Jacob & Meyers, and gave me the same stuff about the money gram, etc. that Interwire Compliance BC gave me. I did remember reading something on this site about this same situtation. Anyone have any info? NO not going to send them the money.

Sub: #97 posted on Wed, 12/28/2005 - 12:54


Did a net search, could not locate any such payday company. Be careful before paying them. I will continue searching on them and will post in forums if I find any info.

Sub: #98 posted on Wed, 12/28/2005 - 17:08

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Guest -

I think they're actually called EP or EPP processing. They are the same company that IWCB is calling me about. Even though my bankruptcy does discharge this debt, they tell me when they call that they are not calling for money - that they are calling because they want to let me know that they are going to file a criminal complaint because it was a fraudulent wire transfer (due to the money not being there). I asked them what they did want and they stated they wanted my attorney to call them, if I have one. I still think the whole thing is suspicious, but if they aren't for real, why would they be willing to talk with my attorney? Actually, though, I did the bankruptcy pro se, so there is no attorney.........

Sub: #99 posted on Wed, 12/28/2005 - 17:51


Does anyone know about Electronic Processing? Are they the same as EP or EEP processing? Some place on this site I read about someone being called from Jacoby & Meyers representing United Federal Bank using the same method of operation as IWCB people.
When I was first contacted by IWCB they mentioned both Apollo Funding and E Processing..which leads me to believe that something is very suspicious and are working together. They told me the same thing this time around and this person was very hard to understand - did not speak English very well. Waiting for the next round -

Sub: #100 posted on Wed, 12/28/2005 - 19:26


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