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Help please - looking for information on National Enterprise Systems, if there is a thread, can you let me know where it is?
I need info as soon as possible - Thanks!

what is a "DV letter"? ref: Bossy 5/20/2006

Sub: #91 posted on Thu, 11/08/2007 - 12:45


BOssy is referring to a "debt validation letter". You can find samples of that, and other letters, here:


Sub: #92 posted on Fri, 11/09/2007 - 12:38

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These bottom feeders had been calling my cell phone at least 5 times weekly. When I called the 800 number the recorded voice "Terry Allen" left, the automated answering system asked for my phone number. I punched it in. Then the automated system said it did not recognize the number and would I enter my SOCIAL SECURITY NUMBER! When I entered nothing, I was instructed to wait for a representative, and after a bit, the phone started ringing and ringing and ringing ad infinitum, ad nauseum. Is it possible this is some kind of telephone phising scam to collect social security numbers? BTW, I called NES number in Cleveland, got a live person who agreed to take my number out of the NES system.

Sub: #93 posted on Tue, 11/13/2007 - 14:30


Ok, talk about a wave of relief is coming over me after reading this! N.E.S. has been harassing me as well! Now, don't get me wrong, I know I'm the one who screwed up, but at least they could do is give me the courtsey of asking questions before hanging up on me! They are refusing to let me pay less than the full amount in one lump sum. I struggled and came up with 1/3 of it and called and the lady said, "let me check with the legal department to see if we can accept that, if not you will have to come up with the full amount." I was fine with that, so legal rudly picks up the phone and states," this is not a used sales car dealership and we will not accept a dollar less than the full amount." I said, "whoa, whoa, ok, I understand, but can you please not be so rude." His response, "fine see you in court" as he hung up on me (second time in 2 days). Now what is funny is I was PROMISED (with a refrence number) a week and half to pay, but apprantly he didn't have to stick by that and tried to set me up for court. I called back to speak with the compliance department to complain about how I was being treated and the response I got form this man (who oddly enough sounded exactly like the rude one I had spoken to before) "We don't cvare about your feelings, it doesn't matter to us if you feel good or not when you get off the phone with us."

I'm nervous now to pay them, I'm trying to call Citicards to get this taken care of between me and them. I hav never in my life been treating that horribly by anybody.

Sub: #94 posted on Thu, 11/15/2007 - 06:14


Have u validated this debt?? Before i would pay them a penny i'd make sure to validate it!
Good luck and ask any questions u may have!

Sub: #95 posted on Thu, 11/15/2007 - 06:23

Ang Ang

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Just an update on the situation I've described in this thread in the past, involving my sister and NES' harrassment of her with multiple phone calls.

She still gets the "no name/no number" calls several times a day, but doesn't answer them. The last time she spoke to these people and tried to make arrangements with them, they said "it's too late - see you in court". That was a few months ago.

Thus far, no court papers have materialized, nor has any further mail from this company.

Sub: #96 posted on Thu, 11/15/2007 - 09:57

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I just got a call from these idiots stating I owe past due cell phone bill and had to pay it up front today on credit card, when I said I had not credit card the woman hung up on me!!!

Sub: #97 posted on Wed, 11/21/2007 - 06:46


you all need to pay your bills. quit crying you are debtors that want payment palns. they are 3rd party so you already had a chance for paymentswhen you signed for the card and than again when it went into collections. when nes gets these accounts they havn been paid on in almost a year. grow up and pay your bills debtors you signes a contract bottom line.

Sub: #98 posted on Wed, 11/21/2007 - 15:59



we welcome constructive comments in this forum. Yours can hardly be considered that.

Happy Thanksgiving anyway.

Sub: #99 posted on Thu, 11/22/2007 - 06:21

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Wow....These guys....They have been calling me for months now, at least 5 times a day. I have requested several times that they send me something in writing but they always respond with "Why don????????t you pay your bills or get a loan or we are going to sue you for refusal to pay and so on. I have told them several times that I have no problem paying them as long as I have it in writing.

They always threaten to take me to court but I????????m not sure if they will do that or not. I would suggest buying a cheap recorder to tape your conversations you should let them know that you are recording the conversation when the call begins in case you have to go into a court of law. Ask them to send you a letter regarding their request. Remind them that you are just protecting yourself against fraudulent companies and you do not feel comfortable giving your account information over the phone and to company you have never heard of.

They will no doubt yell and talk down to you but at least you have it recorded in case you need to file a complaint against them.

Good Luck!

Sub: #100 posted on Mon, 11/26/2007 - 17:18


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