Action Collection Services is a company that works with various businesses to recover debt and provide other collection services. Are you being contacted by Action Collection Services or other debt collection companies? You are not alone.
You and thousands of Americans like you are also being contacted by collectors trying to get payments owed. What you may not know is that, even though you may owe the debt they say, you have rights.
You can thank the US government for making sure that these debt collection agencies are regulated. There are many things and actions that these companies cannot partake in when contacting you and it is because these actions are unethical.
Make sure you get everything in writing. After contacting you, the collector must send you a written notice detailing what you owe, the creditor, and when it is owed. If you are getting calls from collectors, tell them to send everything in writing before you discuss further on the phone.
If you feel as if the debt is not owed or fraudulent, you can dispute the debt in writing. You can send a letter to the debt collectors within 30 days of first being notified of the collection. It is suggested that you send this letter via certified mail so that you have a record that they received it. If they find proof of your debt, they can start collection activities once again.
Try to keep records of all call, messages and letters. Keeping a file will help Francis Mailman Soumilas, P.C. if a lawsuit is taken. Even keep track of day and time of day that calls were made.
These collectors cannot use abusive or obscene language, cannot call before 8am or after 9pm, cannot call repeatedly, cannot call you at work or best of all, they cannot contact you anymore if you have an attorney.
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