CFPB Complaint

Receivables Performance Management, LLC – CFPB Complaint

Consumer Complaint Submission

Date Received: 2018-01-10T00:00:00

Product: Other debt

Issue: Written notification about debt

Consumer Consent Provided to Share Complaint: Consent provided

Consumer Complaint: On or about XX/XX/XXXX, I made the decision to port my three mobile telephone line from XXXX to XXXX wireless. I informed XXXX that day because I had a previous balance that was due. The XXXX representative informed me that the previous balance and the current balance would be adjusted once the old devices were returned to XXXX. I was also instructed that it would take approximately two weeks to get the package and posting documents to send the devices back. On XX/XX/XXXX I received an email stating that my account as going to be turned over to collections for none payment. I contacted XXXX and they told me to disregard the email because the devices were in route back to the company and the adjustments would need to be made to the balance. I was then informed that no later than XX/XX/XXXX I should receive my final bill with all my adjustments. I waited for the updated bill and logged into my account but the balance still read {$770.00}.

On XX/XX/XXXX I received a phone call from a collection agency named Receivable Performance Management in regards to my XXXX account. The customer service rep I spoke with was very aggressive and when I tried to explain that XXXX has not forwarded me my finalized statement she then began to over talk me and yell a break down of charges on my account. I attempted on three different times to explain to her that credits needed to added to my account and them I would pay XXXX my remaining balance due. She told me that XXXX would not take payment and that they would forward me back to her. I then hung up.

I contacted XXXX that same day at approximately XXXX and spoke with XXXX . He reviewed my bill and looked over the charges. He even broke down the charges for the remaining balance. He even observed that I was charged for a service that I did not have on my phone. He called the adjustments department and had them remove it which he stated could take up to two days. When I asked about my tablet he informed that services were not suspended when I asked but were done at a later date. He informed me that those charges will need to be added to the final balance but that final bill will not come due to XX/XX/XXXX. He then stated that I should be able to login to my account and see the final bill by XX/XX/XXXX. When I asked him about payment he informed me that XXXX will still accept payment on the account and that the account is still with them. He also stated that once the payment is made they will notify the collection agency, but they still legally own the account. He informed me that no action can take place until the tablet charges are added to the final bill.

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Company: Receivables Performance Management, LLC

State/Zip: GA 300XX

Company Response to Complaint: Closed with explanation

Was Company Response Timely: Yes

Did Consumer Dispute Company Response: N/A

Complaint ID: 2778572

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