HAVE YOU BEEN CONTACTED BY PINNACLE FINANCIAL GROUP?

If you have been contacted by anyone of the phone numbers in the below list then Pinnacle Financial Group is likely attempting to collect a debt from you. Pinnacle Financial Group is a debt collection agency based out of Pinnacle Financial Group Phone CallMinneapolis, Minnesota. There have been many complaints of consumer harassment filed against this company and it is possible that they may have used overly aggressive tactics when contacting you.

(877) 796-2554, (516) 874-4442, (919) 636-3772, (786) 539-4784, (866) 217-9080, (410) 779-3599, (213) 785-3272, (916) 912-4737, (609) 385-1122, (952) 358-5710, (800) 334-2814, (786) 629-8163, (877) 793-9485, (952) 345-5377, (936) 242-0745, (330) 752-1927, (415) 692-0634, (866) 648-6317, (319) 243-3033, (800) 513-6852, (504) 208-4434, (201) 793-7900, (720) 891-4928, (858) 952-0278, (763) 746-9049, (888) 228-4840, (520) 357-4178, (623) 738-3631, (800) 516-4176, (205) 413-8822, (401) 234-4225, (877) 478-4383, (877) 208-4973, (520) 357-4177, (866) 315-4999, (781) 836-4014, (888) 917-7851, (877) 787-9673, (240) 258-2033, (877) 290-2718, (888) 322-4781, (803) 767-4546, (888) 831-1844, (239) 963-8338, (217) 917-4568, (832) 260-0846, (800) 865-1421, (202) 609-8664, (252) 649-0494, (866) 315-4995, (952) 540-2992, (225) 341-1334, (908) 344-5001, (877) 891-2680, (702) 577-3798, (800) 334-2814, (314) 442-7400.

If you have been contacted by any of these numbers and believe that a debt collector may be harassing you, you should review the rules that prevent debt collector harassment. These rules are laid out by the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act, and make sure that debt collectors are not using unfair tactics to collect a debt. Under the FDCPA a debt collector cannot:

  • Contact anyone other than you or your spouse to try and collect your debt.
  • Engage you in conversation before telling you that they are attempting to collect a debt.
  • Continue calling you after you have written them a letter telling them not to.Pinnacle Financial Group Consumer Protection Book
  • Add fees other than those allowed by law to your debt.
  • Yell or curse at you.

If a debt collector has done any of these things when contacting you they could owe you $1,000 in damages. As long as you win the case the collection agency will also likely have to pay your attorney’s fees.

You should know that falling into debt can happen to anyone and is nothing to be ashamed of. People have their expenses doubled because of divorce, or lose a source of income when someone gets laid off. No matter what the cause of your debt you do not need harassment from a debt collector making the matter worse. If you feel that your rights under the FDCPA are being violated you should look into setting up a free consultation with an attorney.