HAVE YOU RECEIVED CALLS FROM MIDLAND CREDIT MANAGEMENT?

Midland Credit Management is a debt collection agency based out of San Diego, California.  The following is a list of Midland Credit Management Phone Callphone numbers that we believe Midland Credit Management may have used when attempting to collect debts, based on our Internet research:

(800) 282-2644, (877) 864-3526, (617) 224-9664, (866) 967-3509, (855) 760-5946, (866) 891-9725, (866) 406-7565, (905) 474-3535, (866) 583-9807, (858) 560-2600, (612) 861-7270, (888) 714-7202, (888) 327-7774, (866) 647-1620, (877) 309-9445, (404) 847-9210, (888) 231-8060, (404) 537-0502, (888) 640-3806, (800) 825-8131, (425) 793-3172, (888) 497-4454, (866) 224-9824, (347) 380-8981, (678) 258-5000, (866) 941-9695, (866) 902-3451, (630) 869-5654, (888) 790-2747, (240) 374-5477, (866) 258-6712, (216) 623-0000, (800) 265-8825, (877) 867-6697, (409) 822-6712, (800) 320-9929, (347) 418-0489, (888) 832-9845, (888) 912-7923, (972) 478-7858, (866) 633-7945, (570) 876-6309, (845) 246-2654, (877) 269-1745, (888) 303-3005.

If you have been contacted by one of these numbers you should know that your rights as a consumer are protected under the FDCPA. The FDCPA sets out a number of rules that debt collectors must follow when getting in touch with someone that owes a debt. Some examples of things a debt collector cannot do under the FDCPA include:

  • Calling you at your place of work.
  • Telling you lies or threatening to sue you when they know they have no legal claim.
  • Calling you multiple times each week.
  • Continuing to contact you after you have told them the name and contact information of your attorney.
  • Calling you using an autodialer after you have asked them not to.

Midland Credit Management Justice ScaleWhen a debt collector violates these rules they could be held accountable for their actions in court. If a collection agency has harassed you, you could be entitled to up to $1,000 in statutory damages. Also, if you win your case, the collection agency will be held responsible for paying your attorney’s fees.

Going into debt is not something that people ever plan on, and it is not an enjoyable situation to be in. Constantly being harassed by debt collectors only makes this unfortunate time in your life even worse. There are many other people just like you who have fallen into debt due to unforeseen circumstances in their life. We know that things happen, people get divorced, laid off, or have medical bills that can start to pile up, but this does not give debt collectors the right to harass you. If you think that a debt collector has broken any of the rules laid out by the FDCPA you should look into contacting an attorney about a free consultation.