IS BAY AREA CREDIT SERVICE CONTACTING YOU ABOUT DEBT?

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Bay Area credit service is a debt collection company that specializes in financial recovery issues and collecting delinquent accounts. We have done research on the Internet and believe that this is a list of the numbers that Bay Area Credit Service may use to call people that owe debt:

(877) 229-5877, (877) 230-9773, (866) 932-6804, (800) 895-2956, (866) 355-7328, (800) 221-2445, (866) 718-2011, (813) 713-9903, (866) 515-3446, (877) 740-3335, (213) 257-3859, (866) 515-3445, (888) 277-8353, (888) 217-3212, (800) 214-6201, (678) 229-5199, (866) 853-0322, (800) 454-2227, (866) 358-5400, (800) 697-1234, (800) 862-4187, (866) 399-4910, (800) 399-2019, (800) 267-5365, (800) 235-5908, (800) 213-6459, (877) 337-0269, (866) 372-9755, (877) 341-2479, (888) 656-9294, (925) 776-2903, (866) 488-4299, (855) 515-3445, (866) 773-9877, (844) 251-1034, (800) 289-8004, (877) 340-3699, (598) 127-1300, (352) 344-8741, (866) 695-0664, (800) 443-1297, (866) 882-7666, (866) 471-9387.

Whatever it is that caused you to go into debt we know that this is a difficult time for you that does not need to be made more difficult by the pestering of a debt collector. There are many other people just like you who have found themselves in a bad situation and are trying their best to make their way out of it.

It is not uncommon for a debt collection agency to violate the rights that you have under the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (“FDCPA”). It is important that you know the rule laid out in the FDCPA so that you can take legal action against a debt collector that may be harassing you. The following are just a few examples of what may call for legal action:

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  • Verbal harassment, using yelling, screaming, and/or profane language.
  • Attempting to have a conversation with you before telling you the reason they are calling.
  • Calling more than once a week.
  • Adding illegal fees to the debt that you owe.
  • Discussing your debt with anyone other than you and your spouse.

If you feel that any of these rights have been violated you may be entitled to up to $1,000 in statutory damages. If you are worried about the cost of attorney fees for this, don’t be. As long as you have a good case against the debt collector and end up winning the case, the debt collector will be made to pay the attorney fees. A consultation with an attorney regarding the violation of your FDCPA rights is free and should certainly be pursued if you feel you may have a good case.