CBV Collection Services Ltd


1-877-673-3584 (18776733584)
1-888-339-0334 (18883390334)

CBV Collection Services Ltd

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  • frustrated by annoying calls

    They start their calling at 7am! Is that not against the law? You answer the call, they ask for you by name you say speaking then without indicating who they are they ask you for your birth date and address to be confirm. I ask what is this in regards too .. they answer we are not in a position to disclose that information, so my reply to them is .. I am not in the position to disclose my personal information with you either CLICK!!

  • melonie

    They did the same thing to me….I have NO loans..havent for years..I am debt free…must be a scam…they ask me my maiden name…told them to f*ck off and hung up….call constantly

  • CBV can Suck it!

    Tell them the next time they call that you are recording their
    conversation to use against them as evidence, when you file a complaint
    with the FTC:


    They are violating the FDCPA as follows:

    § 807. False or misleading representations [15 USC 1692e]

    debt collector may not use any false, deceptive, or misleading
    representation or means in connection with the collection of any debt.
    Without limiting the general application of the foregoing, the following
    conduct is a violation of this section:

    (5) The threat to take any action that cannot legally be taken or that is not intended to be taken.

    § 806. Harassment or abuse [15 USC 1692d]

    debt collector may not engage in any conduct the natural consequence of
    which is to harass, oppress, or abuse any person in connection with the
    collection of a debt. Without limiting the general application of the
    foregoing, the following conduct is a violation of this section:

    Causing a telephone to ring or engaging any person in telephone
    conversation repeatedly or continuously with intent to annoy, abuse, or
    harass any person at the called number.

    • Credit Collections

      Hi CBV can suck it. Thanks for the advice, but this is a Canadian website, so US laws do not apply. In Canada all credit collection and reporting laws are governed under Provincial juristictions where the laws can vary from province to province.

  • Annoyed as F*@K

    They said I have a past dept from 13 years ago. at times I do not remember having a shit the day before. let along something 13 years ago. They said if I settled now, I only have to pay 300 and something instead of 640 something. this is crazy. They said it was a bell aliant bill. I am with bell and have been since forever. this is fishy. the calling constantly is annoying. about 4 times a day. they changed there 1 888 # to the 1 877 #. very sneaky. I asked them to mail me the information and I will go over it with my husband. I yet have received anything. really makes you wonder!

  • Ron Simpson

    You must send them a letter in writing stating the only way to contact you is via mail. Then the calls by law will stop.

  • DeepG

    The statute of limitations for reporting a debt (3 years), is is it judge from the last bill, the date your account was closed or the last reporting date to the credit bureau? Futhermore, if your account was closed in February 2009, then the company reports you to a collection agency March 2012, is the company still within their rights, even though they written off the debt in 2009.

    • Gölök Zoltán Buday

      If a collection agency gets it, technically they bought the debt. But I think it should apply to the company you agreed to pay the debt to.

  • oh collections

    CBV also collects for any outstanding tickets in MB…including red light cameras. If those tickets are not paid, MPI will not renew your license and insurance.

  • Rose Hauser

    They called me asked for some girl I don’t even know. I said there is no one here by that name. They asked if I knew the person. I said no sir I do not. All he said was “hmm” in a rude way and after about 5 minutes of hearing him just breathe….I just hung up. He seemed very rude. Like stop calling me already! I think I ended up with a recycled number

  • Jonny

    I just received my free credit disclosure from Transunion. I received one from Equifax a few weeks ago. Equifax shows that I have no outstanding debts and the only two inquiries are the soft ones I recently made to the two agencies. Transunion shows a hard inquiry from 9 years ago from a company I do not recognize. I phoned them today and they told me that a minimum of six hard inquiries are kept forever and that inquiries do not go away after three years unless they are at the back of the line and you make 7 new hard credit applications. Under the heading “account review inquiries” (soft), there are 54 inquiries from CBV Collections services Ltd. (one was/is made every week since they began a year ago). I have never authorized any company to perform a credit check on me for almost ten years and I do not know who CBV… is. I called Transunion and they told me not to worry since they are soft inquiries that do not affect my credit score. I told them that my concern is that they are mining my personal information on a weekly basis without my consent or knowledge. Transunion told me to phone CBV and ask them “why” they are breaking the law and doing this. CBV wants to know a whole lot of personal information about me “to confirm my identity” before they will talk about this. Because they are already breaking the law by stealing my personal information, I will not voluntarily give them any information on the phone that they haven’t already stolen. For all I know they could be organized crime running a scam to obtain peoples identity for identity theft reasons. Transunion asked me a whole lot of personal questions too, for the same reason, to confirm my identity, and after a great many questions, told me that their computer was satisfied as to my identity. I told them that since they have confirmed my identity, and since I have told them, in their recording of our conversation, that I do not know who CBV is, nor have I given them or anyone else permission to access my report, and after they had confirmed that I do not have any unpaid debts listed, that they must refuse any further requests by CBV to obtain my credit report. They told me that they do not have any mechanisms in place to block further requests! I said, “If I requested a report on somebody, would you guys just give it to me?”, and they said no. So, they clearly can refuse to give somebody a report.

    So, I’m thinking that requesting my credit report is illegal, unless they have my permission, however, there doesn’t seem to be any way to enforce that law.

    I’m also thinking that accessing my credit report every week for a year constitutes harassment.

    I’m also believing that their reason for accessing my personal information is to keep tabs on when I either apply for credit, or receive some, or perhaps new employment, for the nefarious purpose of then using the new information to contact new creditors and disclosing personal information and their personal views about me in a slanderous way, that I’d never know about. This too seems likely illegal.

    Transunion, and Equifax should be responsible for verifying permission to access an individuals credit report when it is pointed out to them that that permission does not exist. They should also have a policy in place that prevents anyone, especially collection agencies, from “hammering” on a persons credit history.

    It is Friday night where I am and I can’t contact consumers affairs etc… until Monday.

  • Victoria

    I find everyone comments to be very helpful.
    But I have a question of my own that it does not seem to be anyone issue… I have a collection office calling me since last year 2016 for a debt I am not sure I still own since 2008 2009…. last bill may be 2011 in BC. I have been leaving in Alberta for 4 years. I heard the statute for limitation in both province is 2 year since 2013 January but some site still said is 6 year in BC…. I think my account is past the statute of limitations since it does not appear in my credit report 6 year previous to 2016. Now my question is how the statute of limitations affect me from the original debt in BC to my new provice of residency in Alberta. They also said if I don’t pay my debt the will sue my. And another said will list my debt back to equifax for another 6 years and ruin my credit… I find out the treat to sue was all a lie.
    SoMe one please help me… thank you.

  • Gölök Zoltán Buday

    Calls representing an unfamiliar business they claim my room mate did business with, I know better. This person, I look up, on Linkedin claims to be their Financial advisory, since when do they make calls? Clearly someone somewhere isn’t clean here, weather they use employees to pull fast ones, or they are used by employees. They claim to know nothing too and then say they have all the information. Hey if she isn’t home that much, send a letter. Stop calling.

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    • Adrian

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