HAVE YOU BEEN CONTACTED BY CBV COLLECTIONS?

CBV Collections is an accounts receivable recovery company in the United States that may have contacted you about collecting debt. Through research we have done, we believe that  may have used any of the following phone numbers to get in touch with you:

PHONE NUMBERS:

877 330 2286 , (778) 328-9999, (416) 482-7694, (778) 328-9902, (778) 452-2450, (403) 543-0500, (780) 638-1549, (604) 691-2429, (800) 256-8964, (416) 482-9323, (604) 691-2149, (888) 440-0449, (416) 673-1269, (866) 625-8417, (604) 691-2400, (866) 877-0753, (604) 691-2157, (866) 387-8754, (800) 361-0155, (888) 226-0228 (877) 482-7697, (416) 482-7692, (778) 330-2284 (888) 326-1094, (866) 344-6907, (877) 328-9912, (866) 387-8751, (866) 887-0745, (866) 387-8756, (866) 887-0751, (888) 326-1067, (877) 328-9924, (866) 877-0750, (866) 391-6050, (800) 237-5064, (800)

CBV Collections Harassment

537-2533, (778) 329-0347, (866) 344-6912, (888) 326-1011, (877) 403-2272, (866) 387-8750, (866) 333-4559, (877) 355-9925, (855) 788-4046, (866) 387-8752, (877) 673-3584, (877) 673-3586, (877) 328-9930, (604) 691-2162, (778) 328-9996, (866) 967-6746, (877) 288-1387, (877) 330-2289, (604) 661-7111, (888) 326-1102, (778) 330-2275, (778) 328-9992, (604) 661-7911, (877) 330-2286, (416) 482-7691, (778) 328-9988, (416) 673-1263, (778) 328-9901, (778) 329-4595, (866) 625-8395, (888) 326-1101, (604) 687-4559, (778) 330-2283, (866) 443-1561, (866) 625-8449, (647) 788-4090, (888) 326-1103, (778) 330-2288, (866) 387-8758, (888) 967-6744, (416) 482-7695, (416) 482-7690, (888) 339-0334, (866) 387-8749, (866) 625-8397, (647) 788-4092, (778) 328-9995, (888) 326-1036, (888) 442-0446, (416) 673-1299, (888) 408-4728, (778) 328-9994, (416) 733-1413, (778) 328-9993, (866) 387-8757

If you have been contacted, you should know that you do have certain rights as a consumer that debt collectors are not allowed to violate. These rights are laid out in the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act or FDCPA. If you think that your rights may have been violated you could be entitled to statutory damages from the debt collection agency. The following are a few examples of the rules that a debt collector may have broken while speaking with you.

  • Calling you more than once per week.
  • Discussing your debt with anyone besides you or your spouse.
  • Threatening you with jail time if you don’t pay your debt.
  • Calling you using an autodialer after you have asked them not to.
  • Calling before 8:00 AM or after 9:00 PM.

If a debt collector has broken these or any other rules laid out in the FDCPA then you may be entitled to up to $1,000 dollars. Furthermore, in most cases, if you win your case the debt collector will have to pay for your legal fees.

CBV Collections Statutory Damages

Whatever it was that caused your debt, you should know that there are many other people like you out there, and there is no reason to be ashamed. We know that this is a very difficult time for you and the constant pestering of a debt collector can add even more stress to the situation. That is why you should review the rules of the FDCPA and get in touch with an attorney for a free consultation if you believe your rights have been violated.