Stop Collection Calls – NCO Financial
STOP NCO COLLECTION CALLS! CALL 1-800 NOT FAIR!
NCO Financial is a huge debt collection company, one of the largest out there. Often mistakes are made in collecting debt and being one of the largest, NCO makes their fair share too, in violation of the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act, (known as the FDCPA).
CreditLaw.com, a service of the law firm Kimmel & Silverman, helps victims of NCO debt collector harassment, abuse, mistakes and other errors. Don’t be a victim!
If NCO Financial or its callers has done any of the following, the FDCPA has been violated and you have the right to seek recovery, and FREE Legal Help!
Every day we get the calls to stop, AT NO COST TO YOU and regularly recover money for clients.
- Call you again and again, at odd times and places
- Uses abusive or profane language.
- Contact after you sent written notification that you don’t want to be called.
- Threaten you with legal action or arrest.
- Call you at work if told it is not permitted and if your employer does not allow it.
- Call you before 8:00am or after 9:00pm.
- Contact anyone else about your debt!!! This is referred to as Third party calls (i.e. employer, family, friends) to discuss your debt.
Stop Collection Calls: NCO Financial Group
CreditLaw.com is a free legal service dedicated to fair debt collection and ending debt collection abuse. Naturally, this means we deal with debt collectors, some of whom may not always play fair.
One company we have seen a number of complaints about “not playing fair” is the industry’s largest debt collector, NCO Financial Group, a big company located in Horsham, Pennsylvania that collects debt in every state.
A little education can go a long way. And that’s part of what we hope to do—educate. As part of our legal service, we try to shine a light on debt collector practices and help you understand your rights to end abusive conduct that violates fair debt collection.
If your name appears on one of their account lists, you likely have received calls from NCO Financial. So who are they, and why do they keep asking for my money? The short answer: they’re debt collectors who make money when you pay money they claim to be owed. However, you may have never heard of NCO Financial before, and there’s no chance you took a loan or bought products from NCO Financial because that is not what they do. Receiving a call from them can obviously cause some confusion.
NCO Financial is getting bigger all the time, so the chances you will hear from them at some point in your life increases with each acquisition. Its recent purchase of Outsourcing Solutions, Inc. (OSI), for example, has made them a giant. What do they do and how do they do it? Basically, NCO Financial operates in two ways. The first way has NCO collect debt for other companies that say you owe them money. The second way involves NCO collecting debts it has purchased from other companies, such as credit card debt. However, in either way, consumers are guaranteed that NCO and any other collector must follow the mandates and code of conduct set forth under the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act, 15 U.S.C. §1692.
According to the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA), a debt collector, like NCO Financial, may not engage in any conduct the natural consequence of which is to harass, oppress, or abuse any person in connection with the collection of a debt. Furthermore, the FDCPA says debt collectors, like NCO Financial, can be responsible for causing a telephone to ring or engaging any person in telephone conversation repeatedly or continuously with intent to annoy, abuse, or harass any person at the called number. So many types of behaviors are forbidden under the FDCPA. If you hang up the phone on NCO Financial, for example, they are not permitted to immediately call back without violating your rights.
If you have been the victim of frequent, abusive, harassing or unfair telephone calls from NCO Financial, your rights have been violated, and if you want it to stop within 24 hours, we encourage you to contact our free legal service, as we are dedicated to ending violations of the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act.
Stop an NCO debt collector from ruining your life and aggravating you. If you have been harassed by NCO Financial, contact us at 1-800 NOT FAIR (1-800-668-3247) or click here for our form. It’s as easy as that!!!
Remember, when NCO Financial called you, they never expected that you would call us!
GET FREE HELP TODAY, CALL 1-800-NOT-FAIR!