Stop Capital One Collection Calls
Are you receiving harassing, unwanted collection calls to your cell phone from Capital One? We can stop these calls permanently and get you damages of $500 to $1,500 per call for violations of the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA).
Stop Unwanted Phone Calls from Capital One
If Capital One just won’t stop calling, take action by asserting your legal rights not to be called.
You’re protected by the TCPA.
The Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA) restricts callers, collectors, and telemarketers who use automated dialing machines to call people, especially on their cell phone. It also applies if pre-recorded messages are used when calling. The law penalizes companies like Capital One from calling residential telephone lines and cell phones with pre-recorded messages without express prior consent.
If you have consented to calls by signing a contract or doing business with Capital One, you can always revoke consent by either telling the caller that you revoke consent or by writing a letter doing so. The date and times of revocation of consent to call are important to retain for your records in the event that the calls do not cease.
More specifically, the TCPA also requires debt collectors and telemarketers to include an opt-out option for consumers and to refrain from placing telemarketing calls to consumers on the National Do-Not-Call Registry.
Not sure if you have a case?
If you believe your TCPA rights are being violated, keep a record of phone numbers, voicemail messages, the names of callers, and the company/companies these callers represent.
Then, contact us. Legal representation under the TCPA is free; if we collect money for you we are paid a contingency of the amount recovered for you. Remember, for every call placed to you in violation of the TCPA, we can recover between $500 and $1,500 per call.
Who is Capital One?
Capital One, based out of McLean, VA, is a "diversified bank" providing financial products and services to a wide spectrum of clients in the United States, Canada, and the United Kingdom. Capital One’s customers range from residential consumers to small and large businesses.
According to CapitalOne.com, Capital One currently has U.S. branch locations in New Jersey, New York, Louisiana, Texas, Virginia, Maryland, and Washington D.C.
Capital One has a history of alleged TCPA violations, including a recent class action settlement of $75.5 million.
In 2014, Capital One, along with three collection agencies operating on Capital One’s behalf, agreed to pay what is one of the "largest settlement amounts in history" – $75.5 million. This settlement was in response to a class action alleging that auto-dialers were used to call consumers’ cell phones without their consent between January 2008 and June 2014.
If you are receiving unwanted, automated debt collection or telemarketing calls from Capital One or any other entity, do not hesitate to reach out to us. We can put an end to these unwanted calls permanently.
Capital One Headquarters and Contact InfoCapital One McLean, VA (Headquarters)
1680 Capital One Drive
McLean, VA 22102-3491
Phone: (703) 720-2500