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Hi Jon,


Welcome to FindLaw Answers, and thank you for your question. Many scams can take place over the phone, so it is best to be wary of an unknown called who asks you to provide your personal information. A search of the Better Business Bureau website suggests that American Debt Recovery is not BBB accredited, and there is an alert indicating that it may no longer in business.


To be prepared if American Debt Recovery (or someone else suspicious) contacts you again in the future, consider these suggestions provided by the Federal Trade Commission:

You can also review some helpful materials from our Learn About the Law section about protecting yourself from consumer scams, and handling debt creditor harassment:

Best of luck, and let us know if you have additional questions.

The FindLaw.com Team

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