Unveiling The Champion Strategy Holdings Scam: Don’t Fall For This Debt Collection Phone Call!

Have you received a call from Michelle Lewis of Champion Strategy Holdings about a debt? Don’t Panic! Hundreds of people have reported this annoying text messages, phone calls and voice text messages from Champion Strategy Holdings. Read this review to find out what you should do!

Champion Strategy Holdings: What Is It?

Champion Strategy Holdings located at championstrategyholdings.com is an Atlanta GA based debt collection company that allegedly helps people resolve debts. They claim to collect debt for individuals and corporate bodies. Sadly, lots of people have complained of being wrongly accused of owing debts. They receive messages, phone calls, and voice mails which are often threatening.

The caller calls herself Michelle Lewis.

The call goes this way;

Hello. My name is Michelle Lewis. I’m calling from Champion strategy holdings. I’m calling in regards to a file that’s been forwarded to our office for a review. It is important that we receive a call from you or your legal representation. Since this file is a time sensitive matter, a recommendation must be submitted to your local county processor. Failure to return this call must be noted as a forfeiture of your rights and will be submitted accordingly. Please press one now to be connected to a mediator or call 1877-311-2348 to speak with the next available agent. This is an attempt to collect the debt from a professional debt mediator

Is Champion Strategy Holdings a Scam Debt Collection Company?

From reports online, Champion Strategy Holdings is not a legitimate debt collection company, the company appears shady. First of all, the website lacks tangible information about who they really are.

Secondly, their office address ‘2302 Parkland Drive Atlanta, GA 30345’ is currently vacant. When we contacted the leasing company, we were told the office is unoccupied. Thirdly, the website shares same modus operandi with a debt collection company ‘ASG Recovers‘ that has been fined and ordered to cease and desist in California.

Thirdly, the company has not been functioning for 30 years as claimed on the website. Who.is (a domain checker tool) shows the website ‘championstrategyholdings.com’ was registered on January 2020. This clearly shows that the business is not genuine, and is likely an offshoot of ASG Recovers.

Received a Call or Voicemail From Champion Strategy Holdings? Do This

If you’ve received a call, text message or voice mail from Champion Strategy Holdings, you should do the following –

  • Find out if the amount of the loan corresponds with what you owe (if you really owe the company)
  • Contact the original loan provider if you know you owe the amount, then negotiate a payment plan.
  • If you’ve never heard about the supposed company you’re owing, clearly let KBS Collect know you don’t owe such debt.
  • Submit a complaint with the Federal Trade Commission  or you can contact your state Attorney General’s office .

How to Spot a Scam Debt Collector This 2023

Below are how to know the difference between a legit debt collector and a fake one-

  • They withhold information from you
  • Pressures you to pay by money transfer or card
  • Threatens you with jail time
  • You don’t recognize the debt they claim you owe
  • Calls you at inconvenient times

Conclusion

From all indications, Champion Strategy Holdings is not a legit debt collection company. Lots of people have complained of being threatened over non existent debts through calls and voicemails.

No matter how convincing they may sound, we advise you not to send money or personal information to them until you’ve verified the debt and seen it is real.

You can send us a mail if you’re in doubt of similar mails in the future!

Phishing scams are on the increase daily, and we’ve been able to fish similar phishing scams like – EireVerify, Svieducation scam, Vince Camuto email scam, NYSDOL scam, USPS scam, to mention but few.

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Wendy

Wendy is an Entry-Level Security Analyst who's passionate about cybersecurity and dedicated to protecting people and organizations from emerging threats. She has a strong knowledge of cybercrimes, network security, vulnerability management, and incident response.

3 comments

  1. Just received the exact same Voicemail. After a long hard 5 years of paying off debt, I am stiil, as of today debt free. I am proud of that. I have been debt free since Nov 2021, almost 2 years. All student loans. This is a scam. People please beware.

  2. Just got a call today from her on my mother’s phone and then they ask who Brenda was. They went thru the same spill as above. Transferred me to someone else, cut me off wouldn’t let me talk. Told me I was getting served papers on Monday. When I called them back I told her my attorney would be calling her back. She said we don’t talk to attorneys. I hung up

  3. Got same voicemail… Get this…on my Google Voice which I haven’t used in years. I already knew it isn’t legit since I worked in collections for 26 years and the voicemail violates many different aspects of the FDCPA…(FAIR DEBT COLLECTION PRACTICES ACT). So for shits and giggles I tried to call the toll free number that was left in the voicemail. How surprising that the number isn’t in service. Just threaten them with FDCPA lawsuit and they’ll hang up.

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