Legal Advice for Collection Agency — 17 results
Written by attorney Robert Hogan, about 5 years ago.
Example 1 Mr. Smith from ABC Collections calls you at 9:15 p.m. on your work cell phone telling you, yet once again, that you owe $172.62 and must satisfy this obligation immediately.... more
Written by attorney Shawn Alexander, over 5 years ago.
Demand Validation You have the right to have the debt validated within 30 days of a written request. This means the agency must get information they may or may not have and compare it with... more
Written by attorney Jeffrey Hyslip, over 5 years ago.
How to get on Equal Footing with Collection Agencies
Written by attorney Steven Floyd, almost 5 years ago.
Harassing phone calls 1. Always record the date and time of any phone call you receive from a collector. Whether you speak with someone or not, jot down the date and time of the call,... more
Written by attorney Seth Rosenberg, about 3 years ago.
I am reprinting an article that appeared in the Southeast Texas Record on January 31, 2012.It should be of considerable interest to anyone being hounded by debt collectors!
Debt collection... more
Written by attorney Gary D. Nitzkin, about 5 years ago.
Consider the Size of balances that you want collected Typically, collection law firms will not work on anything less than $1,000 while collection agencies will. Many collection agencies... more
Written by attorney Kathryn Tokarska, about 5 years ago.
Before 8am or after 9pm are considered unreasonable times, but other hours may be unreasonable, too, such as daytime for a person who works nights. The Federal Fair Debt Collection... more
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