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Thursday, June 24, 2010

Clark County Collection Services Media report

'Steven Worth" Phishing Scam:

Clark County Collection Service, LLC. represents itself as a collections agency. Clark County Collection Service, LLC purports to have been recognized by Entrepreneur Magazine as one of America's top 500 fastest growing companies. This is hard to believe given their unprofessional looking website, a YouTube video that has only garnered less than 400 views in over two years, and the fact that the company has very incompetent employees with questionable IQ levels. Moreover, Entrepreneur Magazine is not recognized by National Academy of American Scholars as an authentic magazine that accurately analyzes businesses.

Clark County Collection Service, LLC. has repeatedly used telecommunications equipment to contact alleged and fictitous persons that the company has yet to prove even exists.

According to intercepted NAAS Agent phone logs, persons or companies claiming to represent Nevada State Bank have made multiple phone calls to NAAS offices. Each phone call purports to be an effort to contact a Steven Worth. However, no evidence has been located that verifies the existence of this person, nor his claimed ties to NAAS offices.

Each phone call to an NAAS office by commercial agents or persons must be preceded by the completion of eNAAS EAS/N2 Form GEC 002; this is an an NAAS requirement designed to ensure that calls are legitimate, and comply with federal telecommunications laws. A failure to complete said form represents an explicit violation of important NAAS EAS/N2 Rules that prohibit such conduct.

It is entirely possible that the alleged person of 'Steven Worth' is associated with the State Education Departments of Idaho, Montana, Washington, Oregon, Alaska, Utah, or Nevada. These are the only states whose Boards of Education, and State Superintendents are openly operating, promoting, and endorsing 'NAAS' Accreditation scams.

Perhaps the person of 'Steven Worth' is associated with the State Education Departments of Idaho, Montana, Washington, Oregon, Alaska, Utah, or Nevada. These are the only states whose Boards of Education, and State Superintendents are openly operating, promoting, and endorsing 'NAAS' Accreditation scams.

Clark County Collection Service, LLC. claims to be licensed in twelve states, including Arizona, California, Georgia, Iowa, Louisiana, Minnesota, Nebraska, Nevada, North Dakota, South Dakota, Utah and Virginia. Clark County Collection Service, LLC. also claims to have offices in Las Vegas, NV and Sioux Falls, SD. It is unclear whether this company boasts 'NAAS' accreditation by corrupt Idaho government officials.