Are You Receiving Debt Collection Calls from Global Processing Services?
Are you tired of Global Processing Services Debt Collection Harassment? Do you wish there was a way to make the calls stop? Global Processing Services does not have to keep harassing you. We totally understand the situation you are in; one day you’re only a child with no burdens and responsibilities, and the next, you’re an adult saddled with debts and getting calls from debt collectors like Global Processing Services. One of the most stressful things that come with being in debt is having to endure and deal with debt collection calls.
Some of your consumer rights in the context of debt collection.
You may have heard so many things said about the FDCPA but you’re not really sure what exactly they’re doing for you and what rights they give you.
Below are some of your rights under the FDCPA. You can enforce these any time during Global Processing Services debt collection.
- You can ask Global Processing Services collection agency or any other debt collector questions
This is one right the FDCPA gives you which if used well, can help you avoid a lot of debt collection stress. When a debt collector calls you, you are allowed to ask them questions like who you are, where are you calling from, who is the creditor, and how much is the debt, and the debt collector is mandated to respond.
- You can stop Global Processing Services from calling you.
This is important if you’ve been enduring Global Processing Services phone harassment. The FDCPA allows you to tell a debt collector to stop calling you. If they do not heed, send them a cease-and-desist letter.
- You can tell Global Processing Services, when to call you and when not to.
Generally, debt collectors shouldn’t call you at odd hours (hours outside of 8 am-9 pm). However, if any other time is still inconvenient for you, you can tell Global Processing Services collections not to call you then.
- You can make a debt validation request.
If you’re unsure about a debt, you can make a debt validation request. This means that the debt collector has to send you full documents about the debt.
- You can sue a debt collector. This is not always the best move but in cases of extreme Global Processing Services debt collection harassment, you have the right to sue a debt collector and you can even get paid for damages.
How to handle debt collection harassment from Global Processing Services
- Be calm: Collect your emotions and control them. It is okay to ask a debt collector to call you at a later time if you are not ready to speak at that moment. Try not to get annoyed and speak in anger because that will not get you anywhere.
- Listen more than you speak: When you eventually speak to the debt collector, do not be in a hurry to divulge information to them. Listen to them speak and get as much information as possible.
- Ask for proof that you owe the debt: The FDCPA allows you to request a debt validation letter. When you do this, the collection agency is mandated to send you proof of what you owe.
- Ask the debt collector to stop harassing you: Verbally asking a debt collector to stop harassing you may not work all the time, but it works sometimes, especially when you let them know that you are aware of your rights and the consequences for them when they violate it.
- Send a cease-and-desist letter: You also have the option of asking the debt collector to stop contacting you by sending them a cease-and-desist letter.
- Make plans to pay the debt: When you are certain that the debt is yours, begin making plans to pay it.
- Leverage on their violation to negotiate: You can leverage on the collection agency’s violation to make negotiations with them, by making an agreement for a better payment option for you, in return for not filing a case against them.
- Sue the collection agency: You have the right to sue a debt collector who has harassed you. You can be awarded up to $1,000 if you win the case.
Who are Global Processing Services?
Global Processing Services is a third-party debt collector located in Orange Park, Florida.
Address: 155 Blanding Blvd Ste 6c-d
Orange Park, FL 32073-2630
Phone: (888) 559-1994
Other names: Mediation Processing Services, LLC
Is Global Processing Services a Scam?
According to the Better Business Bureau, Global Processing Services has been in business for 12 years. There have been 23 complaints closed in the last 3 years and 13 closed in the last 12 months. Find more information about them here Global Processing Services Better Business Bureau
CONSUMER RIGHTS LAW FIRM, PLLC
Consumer Rights Law Firm, PLLC is a law firm that specializes in helping clients who are facing harassment from debt collectors. If you suspect that your debt collection rights are being trampled upon, contact our office to begin the process to stop the harassment you may currently be receiving from Global Processing Services. Our office has been assisting consumers since 2010, and we have an A+ rating with the Better Business Bureau.
Call us at (877)700-5790 for immediate assistance.