Been called from 217-241-4415 ??? Here is how to handle it…

This number belongs to Acme Credit Services, a debt collection agency (company). Regardless whether they are calling for you or dialing your number by accident, it is VERY important to learn your consumer rights. If your rights have been violated, you can receive up to $1,000 under federal law (Fair DEbt Collection Practices Act). See
http://www.stopdebtcollectorsharassment.com/

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Have you been called from this number: (877) 551-9751 ???

This number belongs to GC Services, a debt collection company. If you are a victim of harassing calls (whether they are calling your number in accident or you owe a debt), or other debt collection violation, you can collect up to $1,000 under federal laws. See the link below for details. GET INFORMED, DON”T LET THEM WALK ALL OVER YOU!

http://www.stopdebtcollectorsharassment.com/

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Called from 620 665-8721? If so, read this posting.

This number belongs to NCA (National Credit Adjusters) and they are a debt collection company. If you have been called by this number, check out your rights by clicking on the link below. Violations of your consumer rights by a debt collection company can get you $1,000 under federal law (Fair Debt Collection Practices Act). Even if you owe a debt, you can collect this money. If you have been called by this number by accident, CHECK YOU RIGHTS to see if you are victim of telephone harassment.

http://www.stopdebtcollectorsharassment.com/

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Called from (877)538-0540???

This number belongs to MRS BPO LLC, a debt collection company. If you have been harassed by calls from this number, check the link below for your rights and how to collect up to $1,000 under federal FDCPA law. It does not make a difference if you owe debt or are being called by mistake. Knowledge is power, get informed, do something!

http://www.stopdebtcollectorsharassment.com/

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What to do about calls from 757-209-2019

If you have been called by this number, know that it is Asset Acceptance, a debt collection company. If your rights have been violated by excessive telephone calls or other debt collection violations, see the link below. You can collect up to $1,000 under federal law for debt collection violation even if they are calling you by mistake or even if you owe a debt.

http://www.stopdebtcollectorsharassment.com/

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Have you received a call from (800)900-1380

People have reported receiving debt collection calls from this number, which is reported to belong to Penn Credit.  If you are not the person they are calling for and you have told them they have the wrong number, if they call you back even ONE TIME, that is a violation of federal law in which you can collect up to $1,000.  If you are the person they are calling for, they must not harass you with excessive calls or you to can collect up to $1,000.

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Your rights under the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act.

Are you at your wit’s end trying to deal with a debt collector calling you all the time?  Automated messages or not leaving messages at all?  It can be aggravating and the collection company might be in violation of the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA).

Common violations of the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act include the following:

· You have experienced repeated calls (including computerized automated calls) from what you believe is a debt collector.

· A debt collector has informed third parties that you owe a debt (though to be protected under the FDCPA rules, you do not actually have to owe a debt at all, only that you are being harassed by a debt collection company is enough.  This is true even if the debt collection company was just careless in accidentally dialing your phone number in repeatedly calling for someone else. 

· A debt collector has called you before 8:00am or after 9:00pm.

It actually does not matter if you owe a debt or not, if a collection company has been found to violate the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA), you have powerful options.  You may contact an attorney and receive up to $1,000 under the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA) for the violation.  It really is that easy.  Many legal practices like Centennial Law Offices take their fees only from an amount recovered and therefore will charge you nothing.  Further, the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA) provides for the debt collection company to pay your attorney’s fees anyway if you have to bring a case against them to successfully recover under the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA). 

Are you at your wit’s end trying to deal with a debt collector calling you all the time?  Automated messages or not leaving messages at all?  It can be aggravating and the collection company might be in violation of the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA).

 

Common violations of the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act include the following:

· You have experienced repeated calls (including computerized automated calls) from what you believe is a debt collector.

 

· A debt collector has informed third parties that you owe a debt (though to be protected under the FDCPA rules, you do not actually have to owe a debt at all, only that you are being harassed by a debt collection company is enough.  This is true even if the debt collection company was just careless in accidentally dialing your phone number in repeatedly calling for someone else. 

 

· A debt collector has called you before 8:00am or after 9:00pm.

 

It actually does not matter if you owe a debt or not, if a collection company has been found to violate the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA), you have powerful options.  You may contact an attorney and receive up to $1,000 under the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA) for the violation.  It really is that easy.  Many legal practices like Centennial Law Offices take their fees only from an amount recovered and therefore will charge you nothing.  Further, the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA) provides for the debt collection company to pay your attorney’s fees anyway if you have to bring a case against them to successfully recover under the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA).

If you have debt collectors hounding you, get informed at www.stopdebtcollectorsharassment.com

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