Enhanced Recovery Collections – Fabricated an outstanding debt with T-Mobile

Enhanced Recovery Collections called me to collect a debt and told me I had to give them my full name, address and social security. When I refused, the call was disconnected. They called back a week later to inform me that I owed $280 for an account with T-Mobile. I haven’t used T-Mobile in five years. I had ended my service with T-Mobile and paid my last bill in full. Enhance Recovery Collections said I still owed for breaking my contract and interest and state and federal taxes. I had not heard from T-mobile or any other debt collectors since closing my account with them at the end of my term five years ago. They had my current mailing address, last four of my social and last three known mailing addresses. Be weary of any calls from this company.

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