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Collection House Limited – Scam, Complaint, Review, or Praise?

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  • Collection house have been operating questionably for a long time. Marcus Barron for example was room mates with the operations manager for Credit corp. Marcus Barron is CIT for Collection house. They always traded insider information. On many occasions the CEO Matthew Thomas would ask Marcus to get some information.

    So Collection House knew what rates Credit corp would offer for debt out out bid them. The operations manager at Credit corp has received money for his information on more than once occasion.

    Stuart Edwards, used to work for Baycorp. He used Baycorp data to help Collection House.

    They do a lot of questionable things, however they still get away with it. Why? Because the directors all have contacts.

    ANZ will call them and tell Collection House to change their offer by X amount if they want to win the tender. They have this type of arrangement with more than one bank and lender.

    • The information Sarah has posted is not accurate, however we’d welcome a contact point from her so we can discuss any questions or concerns.

      • So what part of the information are you claiming not to be accurate? Because there is evidence that Marcus was room mates with the ops manager at credit corp. There is evidence that Stuart used Baycorp data. There is evidence that ANZ has given collection house a “heads up” on tender amounts.

        So what are you claiming is not accurate?

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