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The CBE GroupWithdrawing money out of my bank account without permission.

The CBE Group, as a third party collection agency, is not able to process any transaction without your explicit permission. That permission ends with the first Non-Sufficient Funds transaction reversal. If a payment arrangement that you had agreed to caused your account to NSF, they would halt payment activities and resume collection activities, likely resulting in the phone calls that you are receiving. If you answer the phone and speak to them, those repeated efforts to reach you would then cease and you will be able to re-negotiate your arrangement with them. Are the transactions that you are referring to appearing as The CBE Group on your bank statements or in the name of their client, the original creditor?


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    Sambokae May 05, 2017

    I totally agree with you. They should stop!!!

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    Reviewer51303 Oct 01, 2015
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    Verified customer

    I've been getting numerous multiple calls from this number [protected], since the end of August of this year. This is extremely annoying, especially when every time I would answer, there would be silence for a couple of seconds, and then they would hang up. It makes this seem like a spam or prank call, either way, I DO NOT APPRECIATE IT, and it needs to stop!!!

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    danielle1446 Aug 29, 2009

    these people are horrible and they lie. get yourself an attorney IMMEDIATELY!

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