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Posted on 23 November 2019 | 3,845 views

1-800-860-0644 is Portfolio Recovery Associates

Portfolio Recover Associates is a collection agency who claims their communication is an attempt to collect a debt.

People are claiming that Portfolio Recovery is “Re-Designing” debt to make it appear that they owe debt when in fact, they do not.

Because this collections agency calls multiple times per day and with different phone numbers — it’s best not to talk with them at all as they will call you from all over the United States.

Most people are claiming this company is attempting to collect on debts which has past the “Statute of Limitations” and you will only cause yourself grief if you do indeed have an old debt and try to work with them. This old debt will then appear on your credit report if you attempt to work with Portfolio Recovery Associates.

Opening an old debt which falls under the Statute of Limitations protection for your state will damage your credit rebuilding ability as the debt will appear new again and stay on your credit report for 7 years.

Other phone numbers this collection agency operates under is — (407) 347-6414 — (206) 496-0950 — (702) 410-7489 — (412) 282-1422 — (914) 513-0443 — (443) 313-1381 — (404) 921-2537 and (253) 382-9912 — if this collections company was legitimate they wouldn’t need to call from so many phone numbers and area codes.

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