Phone Listings From Area Code 336-468 State Of North Carolina

  • Area Code : 336-468
  • Phone Type : Landline
  • Phone Company : Yadkin Valley Telephone Mem...
  • Country: USA - United States
  • City: Hamptonville
  • County: Yadkin



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Latest Comments for 336-468

August 1 12:24 am
I said the same thing to the guy he said I would get mine back in 5-7 business day and then he said 5-10. I told the guy I called the police and thats when he started cursing me out and threatening me.

July 4 12:58 pm
Here are a few warning signs that could signal a debt collection scam:The debt collector threatens you. Legitimate debt collectors probably wont claim that theyll have you arrested or claim that they or their employees are law enforcement officers.The debt collector refuses to give you information about your debt or is trying to collect a debt you do not recognize. You have certain rights to ask a debt collector to verify the debt. You can use this sample letter to request this information. Ask for an explanation in writing before you pay.The debt collector refuses to give you a mailing address or phone number.The debt collector asks you for sensitive personal financial information. You should never provide anyone with your personal financial information unless you are sure theyre legitimate.If you think that a caller may be a fake debt collector:Ask the caller for his or her name, company, street address, telephone number, and professional license number. Many states require debt collectors to be licensed. Check the information the caller provides you with your state officials, or the state in which the debt collector holds a license. If the caller refuses or is unable to provide you with information about his company, or if you cant verify the information he provides, do not give money to the caller or company.Tell the caller that you refuse to discuss any debt until you get a written validation notice. This notice must include:The amount of the debtThe name of the creditor you oweA description of certain rights under the federal Fair Debt Collection Practices ActIf a caller refuses to give you all of this information, consider requesting this information in writing or seeking assistance before paying the debt to make sure the debt, and the company, are valid.Tip: You can consider sending the collector a letter requesting the information by using one of the CFPBs sample letters. You can also submit a complaint to the CFPB or you can contact your state Attorney Generals office.Do not give the caller personal financial or other sensitive information. Never give out or confirm personal financial or other sensitive information like your bank account, credit card, or Social Security number unless you know the company or person you are talking with is a real debt collector. Scam artists, like fake debt collectors, can use your information to commit identity theft such as:Charging your existing credit cardsOpening new credit card or checking accountsWriting fraudulent checksTaking out loans in your nameContact your creditor. If the debt is legitimate but you think the collector may not be contact your creditor about the calls. Share the information you have about the suspicious calls and find out who, if anyone, the creditor has authorized to collect the debt.Report the call. Submit a complaint with the CFPB or get in touch with your state Attorney Generals office with information about suspicious callers.Stop speaking with the caller.If nothing else works and you believe the calls are fraudulent, send a letter demanding that the caller stop contacting you, and keep a copy for your files.Tip: You can use this sample letter to write a letter demanding the debt collector stop contacting you. By law, real debt collectors must stop calling you if you ask them to in writing.Tip: If youre having trouble with debt collection, you can submit a complaint with the CFPB online or by calling (855) 411-CFPB (2372).

August 17 5:12 am
. he says i am calling because your computer has been sending me virus alerts so i am here to help you run a program to see all viruses that are on your computer. His name is David and he says he is from Lapsupport technical support. I told him I did not need his technical support I had my own!

August 15 6:42 pm
You probably will continue to get such calls. The trick for them is to simply buy a prep-aid phone, with as much time as they think theyll need. After all the time is used up just trash it. No traces. The government probably could trace it, but not in the short time they are using it --- which may be ??? weeks, months? Best thing is to just let it ring through and let your voice mail hear the silence.

July 5 1:17 pm
I just got a call, and it was an indian guy also. I called back and someone answered, but got disconnected. When I called back I was told the v/m was full. Should of known it was true, since he says he is from Dept of Law & Investigation. The number is out of Colorado

July 16 8:40 pm
I believe this is from the American Bar Association (ABA). They have been calling my house repeatedly at about the same time every year for the past four years. They use the 312 area code with a 219 prefix. They will call about 20-30 times over a 3 month period and then stop, but then a year later it happens all over again. I have probably answered about 50 times from all of their numbers, but there is never anyone on the other end. I think they are trying to contact a lawyer.



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