Who should I contact if I'm receiving past-due notices for things I've never bought/subscribed to?
Recently I've been getting past-due notices from AT&T, a magazine, and a few other miscellaneous companies. I've never purchased or subscribed to any of their products. I've called each company several times to try and correct this, but nothing's changed. How do I go about ending this issue?
- D50Lv 62 years ago
You might check your credit report. It's possible your info has been stolen and people have been buying things pretending to be you.
- StephenWeinsteinLv 72 years ago
First, and most importantly, you should stop calling.
You should communicate only in writing, without using the phone.
- 2 years ago
I'm pretty sure that this is a scam some companies use to try to get information out of you. If you haven't subscribed to something and you still get a letter/email/call (You didnt specify) about it, just dont answer them. The issue usually resolves itself in this way, as you never hear from them again.
- Anonymous2 years ago
who cares..ifyou dont own anything...who cares..i keep getting these emails.on purchases made with my ..pay pal account, andsome are in the 500,1000 dollar range.....too bad i dont have a pay pal account.....lol.....
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- paulLv 72 years ago
you have been hacked