Union Telecom is a fraud outfit. They charged my account with almost $1900 worth of charges, almost all of them to countries that speak Arabic languages. Libya, Saudi Arabia, Lebanon, etc. This was all dismissed in 2007 as they indicated that they recognized that those were fraudulent charges. They also, I believe, sold my credit card number to someone just outside Vancouver, BC, where they charged thousands to my card. The card company gave me a new card with a new number and I picked out the legitimate charges and I paid them. This was all in 2007 and all of that was behind me, I thought. Now they turned the phone bill that was resolved years ago over to a collection company, and they call me all hours of the night and write me threatening letter in Spanish. I don't speak Spanish. Like most Americans that were born in the USA, I only speak English, and I do a fine job of that. The collection company out of St. Paul calls me at 2am, 3am and 4am asking for their money, but frankly they, too, don't really speak English, so it takes a while for me to figure out what the heck they are talking about. I could use some sleep and one of these days someone in my situation will be going "postal" in St. Paul. I'll be looking for the article in a newspaper or TV story.
Union Telecom has three phone numbers associated with those charges. None are familiar to me. They had no problem giving them to me. One was in Michigan, one in Illinois, and the other in Virginia. I called all of them but got recorded messages from answering machines that sounded like Americans. Union Telecom needs to be plowed under.