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Big Sky

San Bernardino, CA |

Has anyone heard of Big Sky . They say they are some kind of investigation company . I had called US Bank to find out who was collecting on an old account that I had with them . They gave me the name of a collection agency called MT . After calling MT I was told that they had bought a lot of derogatory accounts and I was one of them . They also stated it was too many for them to handle so they sent them out to other companies . That when they said that the company was called Big Sky . I called them , but got answering service saying to leave my phone number and they would call me back with the name of who was handling my collection account . This is supposed to be collection for delinquent bank fees .

the collection agency was called TMT Collections

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I have not yet run into either TMT or Big Sky. New debt collection companies are constantly being formed.

Did you call U.S. Bank in response to a call or letter asking you to pay? If your concern is about whether the collector is following the law, I suggest you speak with a local consumer rights attorney. You can look for one at

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I have never heard of them, and technically, this is not a legal question.

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I agree with Mr. Doland--I don't see a legal question here.