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Those low-lifes keep calling and when I answer they hang up. I am interested in knowing what on earth they're trying to collect.

I wish they would simply communicate it. Based on the reviews I have read, this is going to be interesting, frustrating and their tactics boardering on illegal, to say the least.

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I received a call from these people today (missed). It was a local call not recognized as a contact.

I called them back and they asked the nature of my call and what number they contacted me on, which provided my name in their database. I was told politely that the call may be recorded, an associate of hers needed needed to speak to me and I would be on hold less than 2 minutes. When the associate came on, she asked me to confirm my address. I told her I was providing no information without being told the nature of the call.

She said she represented MRS, a financial company and said she was calling about some bridge in Norfolk. I've never heard of the bridge. I asked if it was a collection call and was informed that she couldn't tell me more with verifying info.

I declined and she bid me good day. Has anyone reported to the Federal Trade Commission?

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