HAS CREDIT BUREAU COLLECTION SERVICES CONTACTED YOU ABOUT YOUR DEBT?

Credit Bureau Collection Services FDCPA

Credit Bureau Collection Services (CBCS) is a receivables management company based in Florida that specializes in debt collection. If you have been contacted about your debt by any of the following numbers associated with CBCS then you may want to learn more about your legal rights.

(888) 349-1347, (443) 982-1932, (888) 554-1388, (614) 493-5731, (214) 238-8270, (877) 808-9098, (800) 933-6773, (207) 493-2650, (616) 222-1694, (800) 947-2987, (866) 747-4324, (800) 498-2223, (614) 493-5773, (904) 722-2235, (888) 413-0093, (412) 503-4002, (866) 746-3152, (614) 388-9606, (800) 395-8289, (800) 596-4048, (866) 658-9360, (800) 649-0690, (440) 201-7112, (800) 934-8522, (603) 718-3850, (517) 669-4140, (825) 723-9784, (888) 727-8819, (800) 869-7434, (877) 334-4763, (937) 220-4016, (213) 286-9999, (513) 331-7687, (614) 222-5414, (614) 569-5571, (800) 318-9250, (877) 405-4706, (888) 281-4491, (888) 349-1348, (404) 647-0981, (513) 370-2800, (877) 630-6797, (888) 308-6981, (419) 469-6288, (517) 668-0615, (614) 493-5772, (716) 708-1162, (888) 325-3826, (904) 722-2265, (800) 968-6906, (888) 257-0505, (937) 660-9773, (800) 252-2107, (866) 760-5159, (888) 547-5354, (800) 596-4047, (800) 869-7434, (800) 869-7434, (888) 397-9500, (888) 488-5351

The Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (“FDCPA”) lays out a set of ground rules that debt collectors cannot break while contacting you. If the collector does break any of these rules, you may be entitled to up to $1,000 dollars in statutory damages. A few examples of things the debt collector cannot do include:

  • Using an autodialer to call you after they have been told not to.
  • Calling you multiple times in one week.
  • Yelling at you or using profane language.
  • Trying to carry on a conversation without telling you that they are calling to collect debt.
  • Calling you before 8:00 AM or after 9:00 PM.

Even if these rights have not been violated it may be worth it for you to look into a more comprehensive list of you rights under the FDCPA. Along with the statutory damages you might be owed, if you win your case the collection agency typically has to pay your attorneys fees.

Being harassed by a debt collector is an unpleasant experience that can make a bad situation even worse. There are many other people out there just like you and you should not feel ashamed of the fact that you are in debt. Whether you have been struck by a sudden injury or illness, lost a job, or had to deal with a family emergency, your debt does not mean that debt collectors have a right to harass you. If you feel that a debt collector has violated any rules laid out in the FDCPA you should seek out a free consultation with an attorney.