• Anonymous
    September 5, 2019
    Unknown
    Australia
    Caller: Non one

    This person contacted a person with a similar surname to me. I did contact this Isabella but due to not being confident in providing my full details (scam aware!), she could not disclose what company she worked for. The call was terminated politely without resolution.
  • Anonymous
    October 17, 2020
    Unknown
    Australia
    ISABELLA WORKS FOR CREDIT CORP

    Undue harassment
    • Unduly frequent contact designed to wear down or exhaust a debtor, or likely to have this effect, constitutes ‘undue harassment’ or coercion and must be avoided. This is particularly likely if the collector makes a number of phone calls or other contacts in rapid succession. Commonwealth consumer protection laws.

    Example: Referral of complaints
    If, during communications with a debtor or other person, you attempt to dissuade them from making a complaint or refuse to refer them to a supervisor or complaints department (that is, on the basis of a dispute about the debt or your conduct in collecting the debt), then this will be unreasonable contact and may be unconscionable conduct.
  • Anonymous
    August 14, 2020
    Service
    Australia
    Caller: Isabella

    I got a message from a friend of mine to call Isabella, didn't think much of it but then i got another message and i called, isabella explained to me what was happening with a matter i left behind a year ago and pretty much saved me from going to court, i didn't even know that my work wages were going to be taken, thank god i sorted out something with her and now saved myself a couple grand in court fees. this isn't a joke.
  • Anonymous
    February 24, 2020
    Unknown
    Australia
    Caller: Isabella

    Whoever this woman works for, they need to be sent to Jail for a long long time for numerous breaches of privacy and protocol. They contact anyone and everyone who has any association with a person or a name they are looking for. Probably debt collectors hiding behind their faceless actions. Find out who they are and send them to jail.
  • Anonymous
    May 5, 2021
    Unsolicited call
    Australia
    Caller: Isabela Tra

    Called my office asking about a relative of mine, would not provide any details about where she was calling from or why.
  • Anonymous
    April 1, 2021
    Unknown
    Australia
    Caller: Isabella

    this lady was asking for my cousin in regard to a 'matter' and wanted me to pass the message on... strange...
  • Anonymous
    February 27, 2021
    Other
    Australia
    Caller: Isabella on (02) 8898 0127

    Calling neighbours & getting them to pass a message on saying that they were an old friend.
  • Anonymous
    December 17, 2020
    Unknown
    Australia
    Called asking if I was an employee of my old work place. I said yes, then asked if I knew a particular name. I said yes again. She asked if I could carry out a message to this person and was given her number to ask her to call back before 4pm that day. Sus.
  • Anonymous
    October 17, 2020
    Unknown
    Australia
    ISABELLA EARNING FROM WORKING FOR CREDIT CORP CALLING PEOPLE AND HARRASSING THEM FOR UNSECURED CREDIT CARD DEBT
    AUSTRALIAN LAW SEE BELOW

    Undue harassment
    • Unduly frequent contact designed to wear down or exhaust a debtor, or likely to have this effect, constitutes ‘undue harassment’ or coercion and must be avoided. This is particularly likely if the collector makes a number of phone calls or other contacts in rapid succession. Commonwealth consumer protection laws.

    Example: Referral of complaints
    If, during communications with a debtor or other person, you attempt to dissuade them from making a complaint or refuse to refer them to a supervisor or complaints department (that is, on the basis of a dispute about the debt or your conduct in collecting the debt), then this will be unreasonable contact and may be unconscionable conduct.
  • Anonymous
    October 17, 2020
    Unknown
    Australia
    Caller: Isabella

    Undue harassment
    • Unduly frequent contact designed to wear down or exhaust a debtor, or likely to have this effect, constitutes ‘undue harassment’ or coercion and must be avoided. This is particularly likely if the collector makes a number of phone calls or other contacts in rapid succession. Commonwealth consumer protection laws.

    Example: Referral of complaints
    If, during communications with a debtor or other person, you attempt to dissuade them from making a complaint or refuse to refer them to a supervisor or complaints department (that is, on the basis of a dispute about the debt or your conduct in collecting the debt), then this will be unreasonable contact and may be unconscionable conduct.
  • Anonymous
    October 17, 2020
    Unknown
    Australia
    Caller: Isabella Credit Corp

    • frighten or intimidate the debtor
    • demoralise, tire out or exhaust the debtor
    • embarrass the debtor in front of other people (relatives, friends, colleagues)
    • or for other similar purposes (see part 2, sections 17 and 18, Conduct towards the debtor or their representatives and Conduct towards family members and other third parties).9
    Undue harassment
    • Unduly frequent contact designed to wear down or exhaust a debtor, or likely to have this effect, constitutes ‘undue harassment’ or coercion and must be avoided. This is particularly likely if the collector makes a number of phone calls or other contacts in rapid succession. Commonwealth consumer protection laws.
  • Anonymous
    October 17, 2020
    Unknown
    Australia
    • frighten or intimidate the debtor
    • demoralise, tire out or exhaust the debtor
    • embarrass the debtor in front of other people
    • or for other similar purposes (see part 2, sections 17 and 18, Conduct towards the debtor or their representatives and Conduct towards family members and other third parties).9
    Undue harassment
    • Unduly frequent contact designed to wear down or exhaust a debtor, or likely to have this effect, constitutes ‘undue harassment’ or coercion and must be avoided. This is particularly likely if the collector makes a number of phone calls or other contacts in rapid succession. Commonwealth consumer protection laws.
  • Anonymous
    October 17, 2020
    Debt collector
    Australia
    Caller: Isabella

    Yes Credit Corp we all know that they can only keep calling harassing people to pay
    Credit Corp will never get the full money back Debt Collector Isabella earns her salary by harassing.
    Nobody forced the credit corp with a gun to lend money to common man
    Credit Corp gave credit card approved as unsecured loan earned huge interest paid already covered borrowed amount.
    No law or court will help Credit Corp. They know it that is why they call and harass :)
    Credit Corp keep doing harassment till the day they die. Still won't get the money.
    To Credit Corp - You should not have given the credit card loan in the first place.
    Credit Corp Harassment Killers
  • Anonymous
    October 17, 2020
    Unknown
    Australia
    Caller: Isabella

    harassment calling on unsecured credit card loan given at age of 35 man huge amount no one forced the bank to give someone loan no one put a gun to their head said give money but these banks gave money to normal workers over and above their limit capability of earnings so now the person is not able to pay he lost his job many times and got older 65 above unable to pay back the credit card loan bank has to write off as bad debt they can't call and harassment it was not a force debt they were willing givers unsecured loan remember that no court can force any one. They can keep calling and calling and calling that is all abuse act on bank we can file a case put an APVO in Australia
  • Anonymous
    October 16, 2020
    Unknown
    Australia
    Yes she did the same to us called requesting to speak to my husband she got the name from somewhere and called my daughters office after she found it off the linkedin or facebook or instagram etc they go online and google and gather information cheap scammers
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    October 16, 2020
    Australia
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  • Anonymous
    August 27, 2020
    Debt collector
    Australia
    They are debt collector, credit corp
  • Anonymous
    August 4, 2020
    Unknown
    Australia
    'Isabella' seems to know a lot of people. I have received a message to call her back before 4pm tomorrow. I wont be doing that.
  • Anonymous
    July 9, 2020
    Scam call
    Australia
    Caller: Isabella

    Somehow tracking fb friends and contacting them - even as far as calling their work place! Complete violation of privacy and will not provide details...avoid at all costs !
  • Anon
    July 2, 2020
    Unknown
    United Kingdom
    Caller: Isabella

    Do not call this number back. She must stalk social media accounts and link people together - a huge breach of privacy!! She called my sister trying to get a hold of me, my partner and my partners Dad

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