CFPB Complaint

Miller, Stark, Klein and Associates – CFPB Complaint

Consumer Complaint Submission

Date Received: 2018-10-23T00:00:00

Product: I do not know

Issue: Threatened to contact someone or share information improperly

Consumer Consent Provided to Share Complaint: Consent provided

Consumer Complaint: I was receiving harrassing recorded voicemails on our business line ( where we have other employees answering and checking messages daily, but not any on my personal cell that I recall. On XX/XX/18 was the last day to date I received a normal voicemail on my cellphone ( XXXX XXXX is carrier ). I received a few missed calls from my sales accounts but no voicemail was left. Only when an account/friend of mine texted me alerting me that my voicemail was rerouting/forwarding to a collection agency in North Carolina. I called my cellphone number from our office line and expected it to go to my outgoing vm message for work, but instead it also went to this company : XXXX XXXX XXXX I spoke with the customer service person who answered and asked why my personal cell number without any authorization from me to do so, was forwarding to their business? He asked ” Is this XXXX XXXX? ” which alarmed me since I called from our business number but did answer ” yes this is she ”. He then asked if my social was : XXXX which it was, but I was very alarmed he had my personal info so I said that was incorrect and how did they acquire any personal info from me and what was this regarding. He noted an amount of a debt ( but could not disclose the creditor ) of around {$750.00} but they were willing to settle for {$500.00}. I felt this was a scam or identity theft/fraud so I took down their contact info and I asked him to let me speak to a manager but he hung up on me.
Made several attempts to speak with someone and find out how/why they had my voicemail routing ( which was affecting my business as a salesperson who relies on accounts to call and leave orders on voicemail.

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I filed an online complaint with the FBI and the FTC. I then changed my phone number with XXXX XXXX online, after updating and order new businesscards with new number, sending out updated info to all of my friends, family and colleagues. My new number has now also been hacked and now my voicemail message is now routing to this same debt collection business.

I want to know how to pursue legal action against this company for id theft, fraud, and any other criminal activity a legal pursuit may turn up.

Company: Miller, Stark, Klein and Associates

State/Zip: OR 97440

Company Response to Complaint: Closed with explanation

Was Company Response Timely: Yes

Did Consumer Dispute Company Response: N/A

Complaint ID: 3054560

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