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GC Services / The company treats the internal customers the same

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GC services is a subcontractor, for these creditors. Ask for a payment arrangement, or ask for the cease and desist address to forward. GC services are just people sitting at a desk with a job just like you whom probably have creditors calling them as well. If you can not pay, then tell them you are unable to pay, then see if there is anything they can do for you, and if you do not get a knowledgeable person call back. The calls are done on a dialer, and if you do not agree to their terms, then they will either note the acct: Refused Message, Refused Payment, No answer. The calls will be ran again and will start according to how the last call was marked, and the company will call according to the law requirements per your state. They are only human, so they too make mistakes, and the representatives are only trying to meet the goal requirements. If you don’t have the money let them know, then ask them what can I do to prevent further calls from you. GC services does not buy debt, so if they are calling indirectly for the company, and if they cannot collect it will be sent out for further collections, like a collection agency or back to the creditor. The best way to solve the problem is to call back, and face it, the guy is not going to jump through the phone, and if you feel you are unable to talk with him, then request someone else. They are rude and inconsiderate, but they are not allowed to be that way, so file a complaint against the creditor. They are to be assertive, not rude. If they are calling you outbound, then a majority of the time the calls will not be monitored, unless a supervisor is sitting with them, but some of the incoming calls are monitored, but more than likely the short calls not over 4 minutes will be the one that is monitored.

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  • Gu
      15th of Sep, 2009
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    Are you kidding me? You must work for them. The best way to deal with these idiots is to not talk to them, not give them even a shred of information to use against you. They are not going to play fair. The more you cooperate with them, the more they will take advantage of you. Don't believe a word they say. They are liars, snakes in the grass. They prey on the innocent. They called me looking for a relative that lives in Arizona. I am stationed in NC and that relative has never been here or visited. They just saw "googled" the last name and figured that they could call and harrass me and that I would gather personal information on that person for them. They have called neighbors and asked them to go leave messages for people "HARRASSMENT". If you give them your social Security #, they will attach it to someone else's debt and try to collect the debt from you even if you don't know the person. My best advice is to not cooperate at all with these crooks and scammers. If you owe a debt then pay it to whoever you owe. Don't give anything to these people. It amazes me how they get away with their scam. I wish congress would secure our information. Anybody can find out any information on anyone on the internet. So much for privacy. Congress!!! pass some meaningful legislation for a change and outlaw the gathering of personal information for databases. You have sold out our right to privacy so someone can make a buck. Are we going to continue to stand for this? I don't know about you but it infuriates me. So much for anti terrorism. If you feel safe it is a false sense of security. The terrorist's have their own databases which are loaded with information on us gathered off the internet. The scam artists are the least of our worries. Gunnery Sergeant G USMC

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