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Posted 26 May 2012 - 11:26 PM

In numerous instances, when initiating outbound telephone calls for the purpose of collecting debts, LBA transmitted false caller identification information.

The company did this to increase the number of consumers who answered the telephone or placed return calls to LBA.

For example, for a number of days, the caller ID transmitted to debtors by the company read, “Ed McMahon,” who at the time was a spokesman for Publishers Clearing House and its well-known sweepstakes


consumers the debts were due and payable.

The complaint also alleges that the Luebke defendants:

  • illegally masked their identity and sent false information over caller ID, falsely posing as Ed McMahon, attorneys from a law firm, and other entities;
  • falsely told consumers that magazine subscription debts are exempt from the statute of limitations; and
  • illegally threatened to garnish wages and take other unintended legal actions.
The defendants also marketed a credit repair CD titled “Credit Solutions,” allegedly collecting an up-front fee before providing any goods or services, in violation of the Telemarketing Sales Rule, which bans advance fees imposed by companies selling credit repair goods and services, according to the complaint.

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Posted 27 May 2012 - 03:57 PM

I get a lot of spoofed calls and would like to know who is behind them.

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