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Revenue Reporting Services-southern Tier Agency / harrassment scam artist

1 FL, United States Review updated:

Tony valentine from revenue reporting services called on 2/19/2010 then again on 2/22/2010 demanding my credit card information for a 3 year payday loan as he says i told him that i need some paperwork showing the name of the company that i owe the amount with year & date. He got upset at me and told me to pay the money, i told him no i need paperwork he told me to send $15 to him for certified mail so they could send me a letter certified i told him no. tony asked did i have an email address i told him no he told me to go to the library an open an yahoo account so he could email me the information i told him no to send it through the mail. I asked him why hasnt the company that i owe money to havent contacted me he said they have i advised him i have not received any letter this is the first time i am hearing about this then he lied & said that his company sent me out a letteron 2/2/2010 advised him that is a lie i havent received any letters from him. I told him that i will not send any money to someone i dont know i asked him for moneygram information it took him a long time to give it to me because he kept asking for my credit card number finally he gave me the moneygram information for southern tier agency in depew ny. I told him this is scam he said no that i am a scam finally he said that his client is going to take me to court & the settlement amount for $675.00 is off the table & i hung up during this whole conversation he was angry, yelling & trying to demean me as a person & very very nasty

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  • Em
      16th of Mar, 2010
    0 Votes

    Hate to tell you this but i was sued by them. they have some sort of attorney thing that are on retainer. check the BBB on southern tier cuz they are the ones that do the paperwork for the judgement.

  • Ho
      11th of Nov, 2010
    0 Votes

    Check your State's statute of limitations on debts. I'm in California and was just today contacted by these people. Be cautious about responding to them as it could start the clock on the statute ticking again. Demand all correspondence from them via US Mail. If they are making fraudulent claims, anything fraudulent sent through the USPS is illegal and will bring the US Government down on them.

  • An
      2nd of Mar, 2011
    +1 Votes

    The owner of the company is Jason Schneck- Tony Valentine is one of the managers for the company and his real name is Louis. The company is located on 21 Princeton in Orchard Park, NY. Watch what you pay becauset his company pads their accounts meaning they add money to what is really do sometimes by almost 200 so you are paying more than your real debt. They also use spoof accounts meaning they can call you and have it show up as if it is coming from your local sheriffs off call the NYS attorney general and file a claim against the company

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