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RJM Acquisitions LLC - What do consumers say about them?

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Has anyone ever had any experiences with RJM Acquisitions LLC NY? I received a letter in the mail from this company about three weeks ago about a fingerhut account that I had 5 years ago (or more).

Hi Bethann

Have you gone through all the details mentioned in the letter? If it is correct and you are sure that the RJM is authorized to collect on the account, pay it off.

SOL is calculated from the last payment date done on your account? Every state has its own statutes. You will find all the info with your state attorney general's office.

Sub: #111 posted on Thu, 05/31/2007 - 10:03

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Bethann, the SOL depends on which state you are in. Most are between 4 and 6 years, except for Ohio which is an incredible 15 years. If you got a letter from RJM, nine times out of ten that SOL has run. Recently they've been trying to collect "debts" as far back as the early 1990s. Find out your state's SOL, and if it has run, send RJM a cease and desist letter (return reciept) saying that the SOL has run. Recently on some dunning letters I saw, RJM actually prints the date of last activity (such as Dec 20, 1994, etc) LOL. As I said earlier, in many states RJM is not even licensed, which adds to any potential litigation you might wish later.

Sub: #112 posted on Fri, 06/01/2007 - 19:59

Law Student Law Student

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I to have just received a bill from rjm acquistions saying i have belonged to a book club and ow 167.63 i called and demanded proof of this thier saying i bought a bunch of books back in 2002 and i am now just getting a bill for this? i have demanded proof what else can i do i am also showing this company on my credit reports

Sub: #113 posted on Mon, 06/04/2007 - 13:11


cw, send your demand for proof registered mail return reciept. I would also add in the letter, until which time they provide strict proof, any negative information on your credit report should be removed, or you will seek remedies which the law provides.

Sub: #114 posted on Mon, 06/04/2007 - 18:24

Law Student Law Student

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google rjm acq ,llc, ny,

then mapquest it goto street level looks like a crack house

Sub: #115 posted on Wed, 06/06/2007 - 12:18


In re:

Fingerhut/Axsys National Bank;
Previous creditor's account # 8050101975494442;
RJM file # 1000291597;

To whom it may concern,
I, Cassandra P. Diego have settled the above mentioned account with a money order payment of $128.44 to RJM Acquisitions, address 575 Underhill Blvd. Suite 224 after receiving a letter from your company dated September 29, 2004. The money order was dated Oct. 23, 2004.

I am writing because I am unable to get any kind of loans due to this showing as an adverse action and showing as not being paid at all on credit reports given by credit reporting agencies.

I am writing to see if this problem can be remedied by your company. I have paid the debt off and would like to receive some sort of receipt showing it as paid to your company and for your company to clear this with credit reporting agencies. If need be, I will provide hard copies via certified mail to your company.

I would also like to receive acknowledgement of this correspondence from your company that can be either e-mailed to me at:


or mailed to me via hard copy to:

P.O. BOX 6134
Merizo, GU 96916

I thank you in advance for your time and look forward to your acknowledgement.

Casandra P. Diego

Sub: #116 posted on Tue, 06/12/2007 - 23:23


[font=Arial][/font][color=Black][/color][size=3][/size] I have received two demands for payment from RJM acquisitions over the last few months. Thing is, they were both for debts that were satisfied before they went to collections, 6 years ago to be exact. Do they think people are so stupid that the will not go to their credit reports to check on the debts? Also, how does offering an expensive gift or credit card to someone as incentive to pay off a debt if they have poor credit in the first place.?!?!? :twisted:

Sub: #117 posted on Sun, 07/01/2007 - 18:45


kogarah, they offer incentives because most of the debts they are trying to collect are out of the statute of limitations. They don't count on the consumer to know such things, and offer some payment (which would restart the statute of limitations).

Sub: #118 posted on Sun, 07/01/2007 - 19:44

Law Student Law Student

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I received a letter from these people. It the wring name, but right SS# when i called they assured me that they would be quick to erase it. It sounded fishy to me so I called the credit card co and they have no record of the name or ss#. They also gave me a 50% of deal! they are full of !@#$%%^^&^%$$&^&**

Sub: #119 posted on Thu, 07/05/2007 - 10:30


My wife received a letter from this company requesting payment of $120+ from an old Compass bank account...I am also researching this further and have begun the dispute process with Experian.

Sub: #120 posted on Wed, 07/11/2007 - 10:05


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