National Response Center

Billy – Dec 29, 2020

If you receive mailers from this company (National Response Center – PO box 161069, Atlanta, GA) NOT to be confused with the EPA National Response Center. Contact them at 404-236-9002 (phone number from BBB website) and ask for your info to be removed from their mailing list. Remember to make your number private when contacting marketing companies – you don’t want to give them additional info for their marketing database. Caller ID will give them your name and phone number. NOTE: *67 does NOT work on toll free numbers.

And I also highly suggest everyone submit their info to the National Do Not Mail List – DMA. Be sure to submit ALL name/address variations (current/past) to this company because you ONLY want to pay their fee ONCE. Why past addresses? We ALL are still receiving mail at our old addressss especially snail junk mail – which is what this mailer is classified as. And remember COA (change of addresses) expire after 12 months so you could still be receiving first class mail at your old addresses as well. If unsure of what name/address variations you have – use the websites truepeoplesearch and Melissa data. Be sure to print your report from truepeople before you request removal – trust me on this! After seeing what is available on you you will want to perform a Google Cleanse!

Here is there common complaint response with the BBB!

National Response Center Senior Benefits Dept. Response
We are a mail house that buys consumer list from data providers and processes mail for insurance entities. We do maintain a do not contact list, which we use to suppress all future mailings. We will add Mr. **** *****, at address: *** ***** Dr. ********* GA XXXXX-XXXX to this list. Included is confirmation where we notified our data supplier. By adding this consumer to our do not contact list we will no longer mail to this consumer on behalf of any of our clients. This will not prevent this consumer from receiving similar mailings from other mail houses or insurance entities. There are several resources the consumer can use to ensure they do not receive similar mailings. The Direct Marketing Association has a do not contact file that many direct marketers and data providers who sell the names and addresses suppress against. The National Do Not Mail list- information can be found at

Alexis – Nov 08, 2020

Same as everyone above. No relative information on benefits. I’m infuriated that they had my loan date and monetary information, my brothers name and address, and my name and address, and were asking for beneficiary information. This is a phishing scam. Our personal loan information may be public info, but date of loan, amount of loan, names and addresses is absolutely an invasion of privacy, and it sets vulnerable people up to be robbed unwittingly by these [censored].

Cody – Oct 03, 2020

Just received the same letter about mortgage and disability all sounded real good filled it out but decided to look at reviews before I mailed it out and I found this ! Wow!

Heidi – Sep 30, 2020

Received ‘Final Mortgage Notice Complete and Return’. The information printed on it appears to be for some kind of insurance, as it states ‘No Physical Exam is required’. No company name, other than ‘National Response Center’, located anywhere on paperwork and mortgage data is printed on it.

Tina – Aug 05, 2020

received final mortgage protection, they are using Public knowledge from City assessors office, to obtain loan amount and lender. In Colorado

Gloria – Jul 20, 2020

Received scam letters on 07/19/20 in zip code 85308

Kate – Jun 06, 2020

Victim Location 83709

Type of a scam Healthcare/Medicaid/Medicare

I have been sent mailings and postcards from a company called, "National Response Center, Senior Benefits Dep’t. which state:

"The following information is extremely important: As of January 1st, insurers nationwide have increased their rates tremendously and based on this, there is now a plan available in your state to save you hundred of dollars each year. Recent reports have indicated that Medicare enrollees are to receive NEW BENEFITS from sweeping legislation passed by congress. Changes in Medicare spending will protect the health and economic security of older Americans and their families according to these reports. To find out how to qualify for this plan, and to receive your FREE MEDICARE QUICK GUIDE, please verify your age and return this Medicare Supplement inquiry card in the secure postage-paid envelope today. You will not be charged for this information. This is a FREE service to you. Your IMMEDIATE response is requested.

This is a scam to get seniors to buy additional medical supplemental insurance. PLEASE take my name off this mailing list. Please cease and desist these very misleading mailings!

Danielle – Apr 25, 2020

Received a letter today from the “National Response Center” offering a “Mortgage Protection Plan.” They want borrower/co-borrower personal information. No, explanation of benefits or plan cost. No, email address or customer service number. It screams scam!

Gary – Apr 04, 2020

Victim Location 81007

Type of a scam Phishing

National Response Center is not only targeting seniors and offering funeral benefits but also offering "Mortgage Protection Insurance". It will supposedly pay for your mortgage if you become disabled, I’ll, pay off your entire mortgage upon death, and return premiums 100% if the benefits are not used by the end of your policy term.

They are asking for name, DOB, gender, phone number, and occupation. As well as your spouses information. They’re just looking to collect your data to sell it.

Troy –

Victim Location 29680

Type of a scam Phishing

Received a letter in the mail saying TIME SENSITIVE from National Response Center, PO Box 161069, Atlanta, Georgia, 30321-9845. I am incensed that they even have my name and address. I researched this and found the scam on website. Did not respond, just beware.

Preston –

Victim Location 27409

Type of a scam Phishing

Third ‘Time Sensitive’ notice I have received in the mail describing alleged federal government benefits for funeral costs. This same scam has been reported in Minnesota.

Carolyn –

Victim Location 53216

Type of a scam Phishing

Keep receiving these mailers and my elderly mother sent her information before letting me know and now I just received one

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