This page lists contact info for Enterprise Acquisitions Inc. operating at EnterpriseAcquisitionsInc.com incl. mailing address, phone and fax numbers.
Enterprise Acquisitions Inc.
1-855-680-8556 (Confirmed Nov. 7, 2013)
1-866-251-0885 (Confirmed Oct. 19, 2013)
1-877-957-2514 (Confirmed July 19, 2013)
1-585-730-6155 (American Mutual Holdings) (Confirmed Oct. 19, 2013)
Enterprise Acquisitions Inc.
Post Office Box 511,
Tonawanda, New York 14151
On July 19, 2013, a kind reader sent us the following allegations against this entity: “I got a call from a place called Enterprise Acquisitions on behalf of the payday loan company Cutter Group LLC from phone number 877-957-2514. First I didn’t answer because it was a restricted number, but I called them back (a few times) with the phone number and reference number that Ashley Gilbert left while she was stating she would be by my house and place of employment on Monday between 2 and 4. The first 2 times I just wanted to see who this was, and if I knew what they were talking about. I hung up and then my curiosity got the best of me. I called back again and it was the same person who answered the first time in this call center. He started talking to me about everything (loan was supposedly in my fiancee’s name) for $480.00 that was deposited into a bank account and the first few payments were made and then the bank returned the payments (the bank was supposedly Bank of America) which he has never had an account with. When I then asked if the lady would be here on Monday to serve him or at his work, he rambled on about something about setting up an appointment to do those kinds of things and blah, blah, blah so I ask why would she give a time frame if it is not true? He changed the subject speaking about bank fraud and all that other try to scare you things, and that if it was someone else who did this then he would need to file a police report and then pay the loan and he could sue the other person who did it. And kept saying they take payments and he wanted to get this resolved before being served. Yet he also told me that he could refuse to sign the papers because he didn’t have to, kept asking me how much money I had available to take care of his debt today. Is this something he should be worried about? I have done some looking around on the web and it seems awful fishy for this to be something real?” Editor’s Note: Thank you so much for your detailed message and for kindly sending us an additional phone number for this entity! Your info helps people! Unfortunately, we cannot offer advice for any specific fact situation. For legal advice, please consult your attorney.
On Oct. 19, 2013, we received these allegations against Enterprise Acquisitions: “Entity Details: Check-Systems, American Mutual Holdings 1-585-730-6155, Enterprise Acquisitions 1-866-251-0885. Complaint: Some man keeps leaving me messages from a restricted number saying that he is a legal courier and that I owe a debt and he is going to serve me in person at home and at my job on Monday between 2-4 pm. He doesn’t say what it is regarding or who he is and only leaves a phone number for the “Claimants Department” and a reference number. The number is 1-866-251-0885 and every time I call a man named “Adam” answers from Enterprise Acquisitions and he acts like he has no idea what I am talking about until I give him a reference number. Supposedly I owe on a payday loan with Allied Cash Advance from 2011, but I paid my balance in full, and the company I had the loan with confirmed that I do not owe anything and that these people are trying to scam me. The first time “Adam” contacted me he said he was with a company called “Check-Systems” and “American Mutual Holdings”. I requested a copy of my original contract and they tried to send me a typed letter. I told them this is not the original contract but simply a typed letter and that the Check-Systems is supposed to be spelled Chexsystems. So when I spoke with the new “Adam” at “Enterprise Acquisitions” I again requested a copy of the contract showing my debt (this time from “Adam” at “Enterprise Acquisitions”) and “Adam” tried to tell me that it could not be provided because there is an account number on it… Huh? LOL! I told him it is my legal right to see it and he agreed. I then told him “So you agree but you just told me that I couldn’t have it?” He then threatened to see me in court. I laughed and told him “It’s a payday loan so no you won’t” and he became angry that I laughed and tried to get all shades of rude with me. I told him they no longer had any right to call me and to submit everything in writing. He continued to try to rudely lecture me about the bill I owe even though I told him multiple times that company he is collecting debt for has already told me I do not owe them. People please do your research and know your rights! Do not let scum like this scam you! I really don’t think they were prepared for how well I know my legal rights and they began stumbling their words and tripping on their lies when I confronted them. LOL. Nobody is pulling the wool over my eyes! What worries me though is that he knew that last 4 digits of my social security number!”
On Nov. 7, 2013, we received these allegations against Enterprise Acquisitions: “I got a call from a courier stating he would be coming to my home on Friday between 2-4pm to serve me legal papers. He left a phone number 855-680-8556 and a case number. I called the number and a younger sounding girl named Carrie answered. I gave her the case number and she told me it had been red flagged and had to go get a hard copy. My original payday loan was $300, now it’s $882. I was so freaked out that I was gonna have to go to court I wanted to work some kind of payment plan out. We discussed payment arrangements and everything we talked about she kept putting me on hold to approve with her supervisor, she did this 3 times. Why wouldn’t you just put your supervisor on? She then proceeded to ask me how often I get paid, and how much I could pay that day. Also, that she would need my debit card number so they could automatically withdraw the $80 a week I was going to pay. I told her it was a prepaid debit card, and she said they prefer their clients actually have prepaid cards. But really, if someone is going to serve you legal papers, would they call you and warn you?”