I received a call this morning from a Mr. Whitner looking for my husband. When I explained that he was not available and I was his wife, he went ahead and told me who he was and that he was calling from Dynamic Recovery Solutions. He wanted me to confirm my husband’s last four digits of his Social Secuirty number in which I refused to. He claimed that my husband had two accounts with him. One for a Bank of America credit card in which the account was allegedly opened in 2002. My husband was a sophmore in highschool when the account was opened. To add insult to injury, the second alleged delinquent account was with Chrysler Financial and the account became delinquent in 2000. My husband was 14 years old at that time. This was a major red flag. What concerns me most is that they have his full social security number, current address, and they read everything off his credit report to me. I am his wife but I am still not him and they were providing me with all kinds of personal information. This Mr. Whitner guy continued to press on me giving a good faith payment towards the balance in the amount of $595.00 and then continue paying $175.00 until the loan was paid off to ensure that they did not proceed with collection on these accounts. When I said I was not going to pay that, he then insisted that I could pay $50 on each account to guarantee I would have the options and they would not attempt further collection. First of all, accounts that are over 7 years old cannot be collected on. Second, these loans could not have possibly been made considering my husband’s age at the time these loans were opended or became delinquent. We have called the credit beureaus and ahave advised them of this call in which they have noted that if a collection is attempted, it would be considered fraud. These people are scammers!! Do not fall this.
135 Interstate Blvd Greenville, South Carolina USA
Illegal Collection Agencies