HAS ASSET RECOVERY SOLUTIONS CALLED TO COLLECT YOUR DEBT?

Asset Recovery Solutions is a debt collection agency that utilizes state of the art collection technology. If Asset Recovery Solutions has contacted you in an inappropriate or illegal manner you may be entitled to take legal action. We believe that the following is a list of phone numbers that they may have used to call about collecting your debt:

Asset Recovery Solutions Law and Justice

(888) 678-9004, (908) 955-0268, (877) 253-3543, (522) 088-1961, (573) 206-4276, (847) 257-8339, (888) 678-0028, (847) 257-8326, (877) 395-8339, (916) 473-1816, (408) 377-8900, (504) 667-5818, (877) 518-8333, (425) 329-4833, (786) 288-2778, (954) 376-3754, (888) 678-9006, (714) 660-4270, (877) 363-9857

If you have been called by one of these numbers about debt collection you should be aware of the rights you have as a consumer when dealing with debt collectors. Under the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (“FDCPA”) there are many things that a debt collector cannot do to harass you about paying off your debt. If the debt collector does break any of these rules then you may be able to get up to $1,000 out of them as statutory damages. On top of that, if you win your case the debt collector will have to pay for your attorney’s fees. The following are a few examples of what a debt collector may have done while contacting you that violate the FDCPA:

  • Called you before 8:00 AM or after 9:00 PM.
  • Called you after you have given them the name and contact information of your attorney.
  • Told you that you may go to jail upon failure to pay your debt.
  • Use an autodialer to call your number after you have asked them to stop.
  • Gotten in touch with anyone besides you or your spouse about collecting your debt.

There are many Americans just like you that have fallen into debt and are not currently capable of getting out of it. A divorce can be very stressful monetarily, with legal fees and newly doubled expenses, and emotionally. Getting laid off or fired can also throw your finances and emotions out of whack. With all of this stress on you the last thing you need is to be constantly bothered a debt collector trying to get money that you don’t have. If you feel that a debt collector has violated your rights under the FDCPA you should look into getting a free consultation with an attorney.