Sage Capital Recovery Review

They called my house with an automated message that said to call Sage Capital Recovery at [protected]; no other information. I called the number and was referred to a collector named WILSON ROBERTS. He told me that the call was for a collection. When I began to ask him detail questions such as their address, their account number for the collection, who the collection was for, and the dollar amount; he became VERY hostile and rude toward me. He asked me what game I was trying to play. I have a right under the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA) to obtain information about his company. Plus, any person with any common sense would want to research any company that is calling them trying to collect/demand/solicit any dollar amount of money from them. After a few more questions that I asked, he HUNG up on me. I had to call back a second time to get all of the information that I deserved in the first place. I would hope that the Federal Trade Commission or the American Collectors Association would have some sort of Code of Ethics that debt collectors are required to follow, because this guy had to have violated half a dozen regulations.

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