Welcome to the National Debt Relief Fraud Resource Center. As fraud and spam calls increase worldwide, National Debt Relief is taking extra steps to protect our clients and individuals from this growing issue. This page will help you understand more about why these calls are happening and the steps you can take if you receive one. We don’t endorse any form of unsolicited spam calls.
Fraud is on the Rise
Over the past couple years, there has been a large increase in spam calls to consumers across all industries. In fact, just in the past year National Debt Relief has seen a huge increase in spam callers claiming to be us. This has led to a series of complaints by both current and potential clients who disliked what was purportedly our pushy and aggressive calling technique. While we are actively working to track and report these calls, it is difficult as we often are not aware of the calls until long after they’ve happened.
To combat issues like this, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has started introducing guidelines for robocalling and taking legal action against companies that violated these rules. However, many of these spam callers are still finding ways to get around the rules. Many “spoof’ telephone numbers to make it look like someone else is calling based on the caller ID. This means it’s important for consumers like you to stay vigilant and know how to deal with one of these calls should you get one.
How to Identify Fraudsters
They will often use the alias “Linda Davis“
They will claim to be a collector or lender, National Debt Relief is neither of these
For more information on avoiding all fraud calls visit the FCC website.
How To Deal With Fraudsters
Once you know how to identify fraudulent calls it’s important to know how to deal with them. National Debt Relief has nothing to do with these calls and in most cases is not aware of them until long after the fact. Therefore, it’s important for you to be able to recognize such calls and report them should you receive one. If you believe you’re receiving a spam call from someone claiming to be NDR, please follow the steps below and help stop these unsolicited calls.
Do Not Engage
If you engage it may lead to even more fraud calls, so hang up immediately.
Block the Number
See what call-blocking and call-labeling services your carrier offers.
Report the Fraud
Use the button below to report the fraud. Make sure you note the time of the call and any names they might have given out to complete your report.
National Debt Relief is taking serious action to prevent clients and potential clients from receiving these illegal calls. First and foremost, we are in contact with the proper authorities and keeping them updated on any new instances of fraud. However, the best way to track and report these calls is by making sure we know when they are happening. This means having consumers like you who receive these calls get in contact with us as soon as they happen.
Once someone reports an instance of fraud to us, we immediately check to make sure they were not receiving a legitimate call. In most cases, when it’s determined to be a spam call, we document the call and pass the information over to the authorities. If the report is over a legitimate call, that person will be added to a “do not call” list. Either way, we will be in contact within 72 hours to let you know the outcome of your specific matter.
While these fraudulent calls are not coming from National Debt Relief, we understand the frustration that comes with receiving them. Rest assured that we take every report very seriously and are working hard to make sure less of these calls happen in the future.
National Debt Relief helps people nationwide resolve $10k or more in unsecured debt. Our debt coaches negotiate with creditors on your behalf so that you pay a fraction of what you owe and can become debt free in as little as 24-48 months.