Central Credit Services
When a collection agency like Central Credit Services won’t stop calling, it’s important to know your rights. Tactics used to collect debt should be in compliance with the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA), a law established to ensure consumer rights. Constant phone calls, intimidating letters, and misleading information on your credit reports all qualify under this law as harassment or threats. Every time you receive a communication from a debt collection agency it must identify itself. However, this requirement is often not fulfilled, leaving you with a mysterious phone numbers and a stressful encounter. Central Credit Services often uses a variety of phone numbers when it’s delivering collections notices as well.
Sometimes filing a cease-and-desist letter against Central Credit Services could get the organization to stop contacting you. But they also may simply ignore the correspondence. If you have been the victim of any harassing or deceptive debt collection conduct, it might be time to hire a consumer protection attorney.
Please review the resources on our website for further information about this collection agency and call or email us today to discuss your options.