Marlin Recovery Solution has sent you a text message or voicemail regarding a debt. Don’t Panic! This review will help you to figure out what to do.

This review will help you make an informed decision regarding emails and text messages such as this ” Marlin Recover Scam Messages and Lawsuit

We hope you find this review helpful and timely.

Marlin Recovery Messages, Lawsuits – How True is This?

We are receiving mails from readers containing screenshots of text messages sent by Tammy from Marlin Recovery Solutions, who claimed they have a phone number that is owed.

This message is as follows:

From: 216) 438-8053
Hello, Tammy. This is Tammy calling for Marlin Recovery Solutions and account associated with this number was just placed with us. Before we start working on this account, I wanted to let you know that you can resolve this account online for Less which is

This may seem so convincing that it might cause you to panic. Hey! You don’t have to be afraid or visit the link. This review will show you how the scam works.

Marlin Recovery Text Message from Tammy – Another Scam

The website just wants your info but gives no tangible information about themselves. We discovered that Marlin Recovery Resources was a company based out of an Alabama house. It operated for one year between 2016 and 2017. The business closed in 2017.

Marlin Recovery Solutions Legit or Scam?

Although they claim to have been in business since 2001, was only registered on December 11, 2020. The Internet Archive was able to find their webpage for the first time on February 11, 2021. Google only found 5 pages related to this website. The link between 2001-2020?

The domain owner has also made all ownership information secret. When you search for “Marlin Recovery LLC”, only 2 results are returned. There is no business address.

Tammy is said to be leaving messages on the phone with the exact same voice and message. Robo Killer is blocking these calls and calling them a scam.

Marline Recovery Solutions is a Scam?

Marlin Recovery Solutions: How does it work?

To create a sense of urgency, they might mention that they received a Fax or some type of complaint and that a legal matter or action is about to be filed against them.

It said that they had found an account linked to your number when you visited the site. Next, the message would ask for my last four digits SSN.

This is very suspicious!

Many people however have confirmed that MARLIN RECOVERY SOLUTIONS is not a scam!

Sophie Turner speaks out about the message.

I was unaware that I had an account in collections. They were very helpful and provided a super low settlement. I was paid in full within an hour of paying. Tammy was one of their locator girls that calls people to help them find the right person. -YouTube

What should you do if you receive emails or messages similar to this?

We advise against sending money or personal data to strangers, no matter how convincing they may sound. Instead, go online and search for reviews.

If you have any questions about similar mails, please send us an email!

Phishing scams are increasing daily. We’ve been able fish similar phishing scams such as EireVerify scam, Svieducation scam and Vince Camuto email fraud, NYSDOL scam and USPS scam to name a few.