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Afni Collection / T-mobile account

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I read many complaints about this Afni Collection. Like most of the complaints posted, they said I owe T-mobile $297.89 but they will settle for $100. They want me to send the check to them. They even don't have a T-mobile account (if I DO OWE T-mobile). I did not call their number but I called T-Mobile instead. T-mobile check their record and stated that I DO NOT have any balance or OWE anything.
Please beware of this kind of scam and harrassment.
I will report them to the US Post office.

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  • Mi
      31st of Mar, 2011
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    Afni Collection - Afni has made a fortune by lying to consumers and reporting bogus debts to the credit bureaus
    Afni Collection Agencies
    United States

    Afni has made a fortune by lying to consumers and reporting bogus debts to the credit bureaus. There is nothing in the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA) that states any consumer is obligated to provide that type information to a debt collector. The burden of proof rests solely on them and it is obvious that by sending out such a form letter, that Afni is blind to the debts they collect.

    A check of Pacer, for on-line federal lawsuits shows more than 165 suits where Afni is named. This does not begin to count the possibly hundreds filed in various state courts. You do not want to provide Afni with any information other than your name, address and reference numbers to the account they are attempting to collect. You should immediately dispute it with the credit bureaus as not my account so they cannot claim they were not aware of your dispute.

    The owner of Afni is Lisa A. Anderson, of Bloomington, IL. Our information is that she has very deep pockets and is capable of still paying off lawsuits. I strongly urge anyone dealing with Afni to consider legal actions on these bogus accounts. The very capable attorneys from have the ability to hold them liable for credit bureau reporting.

    You could receive compensation if they are successful in suing Afni as the law allows $1, 000.00 in compensation. You could also have your attorney fees paid, so it is worthwhile to at least consult with a consumer law professional. Does Lisa Anderson allow her company to extort money from innocent consumers by credit bureau placement? Let the law work for you by going after Afni and holding them accountable for their actions.

    This is a scam-gone way out of control. The laws need to be changed so that Afni’s are not allowed to screw consumers with their lies and phony reporting. Go after them, make her pay.

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