JTM Capital Management, LLC – CFPB Complaint

Date Received: 2018-06-13T00:00:00

Product: Other debt

Issue: Communication tactics

Consumer Consent Provided to Share Complaint: Consent provided

Consumer Complaint: XX/XX/XXXX : My father received a call from a XXXX XXXX stating I needed to call her by the end of business, that it was urgent, urgent, urgent! She left a phone and case number.

XX/XX/XXXX : I called XXXX XXXX, she informed me that she needed to get some legal documents to me and asked me if i still lived at a previous address. When i said that i didnt live there she advised me to call XXXX and give them the case number. She stated she will hold off on delivery since i wasnt aware of the documents. I called and spoke to a XXXX XXXX ( XXXX XXXX ) who informed me this was an attempt to collect a debt from XX/XX/XXXX for a mattress ( {$2700.00} ) I purchased and didn’t finish paying. His tone was very forceful and after some going back and forth i agreed to a payment plan for the balance of {$930.00}. I gave my credit card info to process the down payment of {$39.00} on XX/XX/XXXX, which was drafted. At that time I thought a recurring auto draft for biweekly payments of {$39.00} was set up. After the payment was processed, the call was ended. I called back to obtain a letter or anything with the agreement as well as to thank him for his patience and working with me and he said he would send an e-mail. E-mail was sent and received. The next payment was due XX/XX/XXXX, but did not draft from my account. I intended to call them to find out why the payment wasn’t taken out.

XX/XX/XXXX : My coworker rcvd a call from XXXX XXXX. When I got on the phone he said he was calling regarding the arrangements i had with his office, i immediately recognized his voice and asked if i could call him on my personal cell phone. He provided the XXXX number and i called about 15 minutes later, nobody answered the phone. I called several more times, got a voicemail once and left my information for a call back. ( Mind you this was not XXXX XXXX ‘s voicemail ) I called twice more and on one occasion it went directly to hold music. After holding for several min. someone picked the line and hung up. I called back and the same thing happened. After that i began to be suspicious and researched ” XXXX XXXX ” and JTM Capital Management , LLC. After finding many complaints about this company, I feel like i have been scammed. The debt is very old and may have already come off my credit report so I don’t think I need to pay these people.


XX/XX/XXXX XXXX – Called the number again and a XXXX XXXX answered. I only wanted to find out if XXXX XXXX would answer. After printing the letter that was e-mailed to me, it has my old address, which most creditors would have asked for the correct updated information. The letter does not even look official, fonts are different as well as some basic punctuation missing.

Company: JTM Capital Management, LLC

State/Zip: TX 770XX

Company Response to Complaint: Closed with explanation

Was Company Response Timely: Yes

Did Consumer Dispute Company Response: N/A

Complaint ID: 2934956

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