IS NATIONS RECOVERY CENTER CONTACTING YOU ABOUT YOUR DEBT?
Did you know that if Nations Recovery Center (NRC) is harassing you about your debt, you could be owed up to $1,000 in statutory damages? Many people do not realize that they have certain rights that are protected by law when dealing with debt collectors. These rights are laid out in the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act, or FDCPA. Some of the stipulations in the FDCPA include the following:
- A debt collector may not call you more than once a week.
- A debt collector cannot call you after being provided with the name and contact information of you attorney.
- A collection agency cannot call you at your place of work after being told not to.
- A debt collector may not discuss your debt with anyone other than you or your spouse.
- A debt collector cannot use profanity or yell at you.
Nations Recovery Center is a collection agency run out of Atlanta, Georgia. The following is a list of phone numbers that NRC may have used to contact you about your debt, based on our Internet research:
(866) 363-2498, (866) 363-3765, (888) 234-6548, (866) 929-6971, (678) 228-3401, (800) 935-1139, (817) 422-0567, (678) 259-0024, (866) 929-6974, (866) 361-4567, (888) 234-7072, (770) 933-5215, (866) 929-6968, (905) 819-8939, (036) 548-5399, (800) 203-6009, (888) 234-3215.
Unfortunately, falling into debt is a reality for far too many people these days, and we know that it is a difficult situation to deal with. People get divorced and all of the sudden have their expenses doubled. Sometimes the bills associated with a death in the family or sudden injury or illness can drive you into debt. You are not alone in your financial struggles, and you should not have to deal with debt collector harassment while you are trying to get your finances sorted out.
If you think that a debt collector may have violated your rights, not only will you be entitled to statutory damages, but you will also likely have your legal fees paid for by the collection agency. Debt collection harassment is not something you should have to put up with, so if you feel that you have been harassed you should set up a free consultation with an attorney immediately.