Stop NCB Management Services Debt Harassment

NCB Management Services is a collection agency headquartered in Trevose, Pennsylvania. NCB Management Services has been in business since 1994. NCB Management Services collects debt on behalf of the following industries: credit card issuers, banking and financial services, retail, insurance companies, healthcare, and auto loans.

NCB Management Services does not have the best track record when analyzed under the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act. The FDCPA has been around for almost 35 years. The FDCPA is a federal law that applies to every state. In other words, everyone is protected by the FDCPA. The FDCPA is essentially a laundry list of what debt collects can and cannot do while collecting a debt, as well as things debt collectors must do while collecting a debt.

According to the Public Access to Court Electronic Records (PACER), NCB Management Services has been sued 60 times in the last three years for harassing consumers. It does not get any better for NCB Management Services on the Better Business Bureau, either. The Better Business Bureau has processed 35 billing/collection issues, and 50 total complaints, regarding NCB Management Services in the last three years.

NCB Management Services has several telephone numbers it places debt collection calls from. NCB Management Services may be calling you from the following telephone numbers: 800-828-1110, 800-633-9905, 866-204-6140, 877-901-3200, 214-244-4200, 855-622-5800, 855-622-5900, 816-949-8578, 586-792-6641, 855-622-3500, 215-244-4200, and 800-828-1110.

Is NCB Management Services harassing you over a debt?

If NCB Management Services has harassed you over a debt, whether they called you excessively, threatened you, made misrepresentations when trying to collect old debts, called you at work despite knowing you cannot receive these type of calls at work, disclosed your debt to a third party, tried to collect a debt from you that you did not owe, or left you a voicemail message without the proper disclosures, contact Agruss Law Firm, LLC, for a free case evaluation. Founding attorney, Michael Agruss, has settled over 1,500 debt collection harassment cases. Now, Agruss Law Firm, LLC, wants to help you, too.

Comments - Stop NCB Management Services Debt Harassment

  1. Christina

    This company has been contacting my work and leaving messages as well as contacting family. I want it to stop. If they have information regarding a debt, they need to mail it to my address.

  2. Dorothy

    I got a call from NCB telling me I need to call them about a legal matter and when I called they would not tell me what it was about. The guy said His name was Patrick. I am really shaken up by this guy. I think it is over a hospital bill I didn’t pay because I never saw a doctor and I walked out It originally was 497 and two weeks later I get a bill for $9000 now they are asking for $1200 something. Once you register and you go to a room you are charge a head charge is how it was explained to me!

  3. Dave

    Currently researching my mother’s bank statements for the past year. She permitted my wife and I to see what is going on. My mother is elderly and on a fixed income and has encountered some financial difficulties. I’m taking notice of a 250.00 draft from her account each month, paid to NCB. I wish I could, that’s the frustrating part. My mother is not providing all of the information for us to assist her with her budget. My guess is she may have abused a retail credit account. I wish there was. My concern right now is that the 250.00 per month charge seems to be a bit excessive. Also, if she did happen to get into trouble with a retail charge account I feel credit counseling would be a better avenue for her, given her tight budget!

  4. Samantha Salindo

    These people have been constantly calling my working screaming at my employees when I am not there. They have been told to stop calling my place of employment. I do not care that they call my cell phone, I can block the numbers. I have a debt and I will take care of it as soon as I can but this is uncalled for. The lady’s name is Adrianne I believe. Calling from many different numbers. Harassing me is one thing but to scream at my employees is unnecessary. It is none of their concern.

  5. Cynthia Couch

    Will not stop calling me at work and harassing me. They call my cell phone 20+ times per week.

  6. Amanda

    I Got a letter in the mail on April 13 From my local court to appear on 07/12/2017 at 2:00 For a company NCB Management Services With a Michael Scott I want to see What I can do to stay out of court not sure but I looked at my credit report and the only NCB Management Services I see is they bought out another loan I had with Santander Consumer USA,INC which Sold the Car I had.

  7. Visitor

    Hello Melanie I am chatting with you concerning NCB Management debt collection services to keep calling my mother who has dementia. They will not speak to me about this issue and all bills are paid through me and there is nothing outstanding. What can you tell me about this management service? All that I want to know is this: is this a scam situation? I don’t see the need to give you my phone number since I have no idea who you are although I did find you on Google. Online assurances mean nothing since I don’t know you and you don’t know me. But at this point I am willing to be contacted at the email address that was provided to you. Also, please send a copy of this chat session to the provided the email thank you. I am respectfully declining any further contact with your company please discard my email address!

  8. Thom

    Is this the company that is a debt collection agency. No as long as we don’t get to personal. I was contacted by a Gary about my account with ncb. There was no phone # associated with the call and I wanted to set up payment plan!

  9. Shantel hardy

    Calling my job in HR saying he is detective for a warrant and calling my phone at least 10 times a day and he say his name is Mike Morris but when I ask for his badge # he wants to start asking other question

  10. Vickie

    A rep from NCB Management continues to call me on my cell, my husband on his cell regarding me and my work number I have no idea how they got any of these numbers and they have been warned to cease contacting me period. I believe the woman’s name is Elizabeth, what can be done to deal with these idiots, please advise, thanks.

  11. Jessica Ream

    NCB Management Services is listed on my credit report for 4, 931 and I don’t know what the debt is for. I’ve received nothing. Is this something you can assist with? Thank you, Jesi

  12. Jonathon Groves

    Hi i got a call from a number that showed up as “complaint system” and did not leave a message and I don’t know if its real or not? The number is 1-248-791-9020. So my question is, is this real or a scam?

  13. Linda Watters

    Robert Giannotti called my workplace. I am unable to take personal calls at my workplace. He harassed a coworker of mine, repetitively asking for my schedule and my whereabouts. It is against our policy to give out information regarding employees. Robert Giannotti did not respect my coworker and the policy she abided by. He continued to ask for me and my whereabouts. Robert left his phone number, (877)901-3200 ext. 1426 This call was received April 21, 2017 at 2:15:45p and ended around 2:21:00p

  14. john

    This number will not stop calling me. they call my spouse non stop and it is not even her debt. We are actually not even married so realistically they can’t even contact her???

  15. Ivey Horn

    They have been calling my work for a week now. Can they even do that!? I don’t care if they my own number (I can always block the number) it my work number? How did they even get that number!? I share a public line at work so anyone can pick up if I’m not at my desk. Can I get this to stop?

  16. Jason G.

    They have called my father’s house. I have never lived there nor have I ever listed them as a source of contact. They’ve also called my work number as well harassing me. They have definitely overstepped their boundaries.

  17. Bob Meckly

    This company keeps calling me over and over. They stepped across the line and took it too far when they contacted my ex mother in law, my sons grandmother. I have been divorced over 3 years. This obviously caused my ex to contact me and make me look bad amongst the entire family. I am mad and want them to pay.

  18. Joe Evans

    They call me from 8 am to about 8 pm everyday for the past month. They call me at least 6 times a day and leave voicemails but I delete them.

  19. Emily bowersock

    They call my work everyday of the week I didn’t think they could do this?!

  20. TROY MITCHELL

    receiving collection calls and messages to my cell phone without giving them permission to do so. also they have called 4 days in a row leaving a voicemail each time on my cell phone again without any authorization. called and left a msg fri sat sun and Monday this last week. obviously harassment. I am a debt collector myself and would never call a debtor 4 days in a row and lmtc on a cell without permission. clear violations of the fdcpa here. all voicemails and calls from them are recorded and documented. thank you

  21. Soura

    They took payment and never informed that my account was closed. Also I had a balance of 680 which they said I can bring my balance to zero by paying 500

  22. Lisel

    I short sold my condo in 2012. My 2nd loan with PNC was sold to NCB management debt collectors. I was told during my short sale negotiations that after the short sale completed the PNC debt could be settled at 10 cents to the dollar. My loan is at $40,000. I have been paying NCB 100/month and today tried to settle. They want 50% and nothing less. I want to give them $4,000 and they said PNC will not accept that. I would like to know my options on how to stop NCB from collecting. Or at least collecting to the extent they are looking to collect. I saw your ad online and it specifically mentioned NCB management. Please let me know if you can help. Thank you

  23. James

    keep getting calls every morning on my cell from debt collector name NCB 1-877-304-6426

  24. Michael

    In 2008 I lost my job, like many others and over a period of months I fell behind on some payments with lenders. I worked with all my CC companies and loans and all but one worked me, Beneficial owned by HSBC at the time. I entered into a payment plan with them and made partial payments every month up until May 2012 when they sold the loan to a debt collector in CA(Curtis Barnes). I never had to deal with a debt collection agency before and after being contacted by them and bullied and threatened to pay, I paid them what I could initially as a good faith payment, then paid them whatever I could almost every two weeks when I got paid. I still received nasty calls from them though. In February of 2013 they stopped accepting my payments. About month later I received another series of nasty calls from another agency claiming they now had the collection note, but the amount they wanted was almost double the previous agency. I ignored them and tried to educate myself a bit on collection practices. I never received anything in writing from the second agency but after a month of non stop calls, they stopped calling. In April of 2013 another agency called me and sent me a letter claiming they now had the collection note. The amount was even higher than the second agency wanted. The first agency started out with an amount around $6000 and tacked on over $30 a day in their fees they said. The second agency came after me for $10, 900. The third agency, Asset Recovery, stated $11,700. My records indicted I owed less than $6000 when Beneficial sold the note off. Then in June/July of 2013 NCB Management services started calling me relentlessly. I spoke with a guy, Larry, and he was persistent and very good at gathering information from out talks. I stopped taking his calls because I never got anything in mail, as he stated he sent. After several weeks of calls, and telling them to stop calling me on my cell and work, I eventually got a generic type of lett er stating they were the debt collection company and I owed them around $6700. I decided to hire a lawyer to help and negotiate a settlement. I submitted all sorts of information to him to put together a settlement. I did not have a ton of money to work with and time is what I needed most. Hiring him did help the calls stop and buy me some time to gather some money for settlement. However, he wanted me to file for bankruptcy and I wouldn’t. I only had this one loan that was a problem. I brought all my other past due accounts current or paid them off. Since NCB Management has taken over the note, I go through periods of persistent calls and on occasion a letter will show up in mail for 50% off the balance they say I owe. They say they want to work with me but it’s on their terms. Their letters state there may be tax consequences if NCB has to file the amount in their taxes. During tax season of this year, 2015, I was trying to put together a settlement amount to settle this issue onc e and for all. However, I started getting strange calls from three different guys that would not state where they were from but said they were trying to locate me for important documentation that needed to be delivered to me and were looking for a mailing address for me. Those calls also went to my family and work numerous times. They came from a MD call exchange(saved in cell) but after some research I found they were calls from a debt collection agency out of NY affiliated with NCB Management. These guys called for several months but I never took their calls. My work and family told them to stop calling. I found it odd they had phone numbers c

  25. Louise Morris

    Hi,I am reporting back to you to start back up the payment plan I was paying you for almost 3 years.My name is Dale Kerr and you was taking out of my bank $150.00 a month for Louise Morris loan and I want to start this payments back up.Will you please contact me a.s.a.p so we can get this back on track once again.I was having problems with her and I had it stopped just last month and I think I will go ahead and continue to pay off this debt for Louise,Please call me a.s.a.p. so we can get things paid off.Thank you,Dale Kerr

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