Benuck & Rainey Phone Harassment?
You may be unfamiliar with debt collection laws, and this is why debt collectors like Benuck & Rainey can exploit your lack of knowledge and commit several acts that are unacceptable by law but unnoticeable to you.
Since they know that you are more likely to make a financial decision out of pressure and fear than out of knowledge, courage, and adequate information, they often make harassing calls hoping that they can coerce you into making a hasty financial decision that may have devastating long-term effects. You never have to make significant financial decisions from a place worry and uncertainty anymore, because there are many laws that protect you and your family from facing debt collection harassment at the hands of third-party debt collectors. These laws make it a punishable offense and if your rights are violated by a third-party debt collection agency such as Benuck & Rainey.
The FDCPA and TCPA make it an offense for debt collectors to behave unprofessionally towards their clients. The FDCPA (Fair Debt Collection Practices Act), for example, is a body of protective laws that decides how Debt Collectors are to conduct themselves with their customers through the entire process of debt collection. The violation of a law of the act (FDCPA) can incur statutory damages up to $1000 from the erring debt collection institution.
When am I allowed to file a lawsuit against Benuck & Rainey?
You are permitted according to the provisions of the FDCPA and the TCPA to take legal action against Benuck & Rainey when they:
- Misuse your credit report
- Lie to you about the details of your debt or try to trick you into paying a larger sum
- Place Robocalls to you without first obtaining your permission
- Threaten to arrest you, harm you, or destroy your credit score
- Criminalize you or try to shame you into paying off a debt by revealing sensitive details to unauthorized persons.
- Ignore your request to cease-and-desist.
- Impersonate a court official or law enforcement officer.
If Benuck & Rainey has acted in any of the above-mentioned ways, you may be able to take court action against them and entitled to receive statutory damages.
Who is Benuck & Rainey?
Benuck & Rainey is a third-party debt collector located in Lee, New Hampshire.
Address: 221 Old Concord Tpke
Barrington, NH 03825-5155
Phone: (603) 868-5566
What should I do when Benuck & Rainey calls?
The first thing to do when Benuck & Rainey calls is to ensure that the number calling you claiming to be a debt collector and the debt that they claim you owe are legitimate:
You should ensure that you know:
• Who you’re talking to (the full name of the debt collection representative)
• The name of the agency they represent
• The agency’s address and phone number
• The name of the original creditor:
• The amount owed
• How much is owed
• How you can dispute the debt or verify the debt is yours
If the debt collection agency withholds this information from you the first time they contact you, send a written letter requesting the verification of your debt within 5 days counting from when you received the first call. It is also crucial to have all the required information in writing before you proceed.
Benuck & Rainey Phone Numbers
Are you receiving any harassing phone calls from any of the following numbers?
603-664-0443, 888-697-5566, 603-868-5566, (603) 664-0443, (888) 697-5566, (603) 868-5566, 6036640443, 8886975566, 6038685566
If so, then you are receiving calls from a known BR number. Call us now on 877-700-5790 to find help.
The following is a sample list of complaints filed against Benuck & Rainey in the past year and can be found on Pacer.org.
Consumer Rights Law Firm, PLLC is a law firm that specializes in helping clients who are facing harassment from debt collectors in any form, including telephone communication. Rather than suffer alone, contact our office to begin the process to stop the Benuck & Rainey harassment. Our office has been assisting consumers since 2010. We have an A+ rating with the Better Business Bureau.
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Last Updated on December 17, 2020