Collection Bureau of Hudson Valley Debt Collection Harassment
Debt collectors can be so persistent sometimes that they become harassing. Have you found yourself in such a situation? Do you owe a debt and the Collection Bureau of Hudson Valley keeps calling? Or maybe you do not even owe any more yet the Collection Bureau of Hudson Valley still keeps calling insisting that you do. It can be very disturbing and frustrating. Overstepping on the convenience of a debtor is wrong no matter what and the Collection Bureau of Hudson Valley or any other debt collection agency has no right to harass you.
Are you wondering if there was a way to stop Collection Bureau of Hudson Valley debt collection harassment? You are not alone. Many people have had terrible complaints about Collection Bureau of Hudson Valley debt collection and have at some point even considered changing their phone numbers.
Debt collectors are known for their annoying calls and many times, insulting and insensitive modes of communication. People have had cases of debt collectors cursing and threatening them on the phone over a debt. Some debt collectors go as far as calling and harassing the friends and family members of the debtor, or even threatening physical harm.
It is very important that people know that they have rights that protect them from Collection Bureau of Hudson Valley phone harassment and any other form of harassment by debt collectors. Ignorance of your rights makes you susceptible to prolonged unfair treatment from collection agencies. If you suspect that your rights are being violated, you should speak to a good lawyer. Contact us here
Collection Bureau of Hudson Valley phone harassment and your rights
How often must the Collection Bureau of Hudson Valley call you before you can call this harassment? What really counts as harassment and unprofessionalism?
Does the Collection Bureau of Hudson Valley call you at odd hours? Maybe at work or at night? That is Collection Bureau of Hudson Valley phone harassment
Are they physically threatening you?
Has an agent of the Collection Bureau of Hudson Valley ever embarrassed you in public or before friends?
Does the debt collector from Collection Bureau of Hudson Valley pressurise you to sell any of your assets just to pay back?
Then you must understand your right and stand on them.
The Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA) was put in place to address such unprofessional behaviours such as Collection Bureau of Hudson Valley phone harassment, misrepresentation of debt, and harassment from the collection agency, in this case the Collection Bureau of Hudson Valley.
So what should you do when you owe and are being harassed for a debt by a third-party collection agency?
- Keep all evidences that the agent from the Collection Bureau of Hudson Valley has harassed you. It could be a recorded phone call, or a saved message, or even a video footage, if there was a physical contact.
- Talk to the creditor. This might look like a weak move but it is not. It could be that your creditor who sold your debt to the Collection Bureau of Hudson Valley doesn’t know about the harassing advances made at you. You and your creditor can negotiate and either find a common ground of agreement or if need be your creditor can change the third party collection agency from the Collection Bureau of Hudson Valley to a more reliable third party collection agency.
- Report to a professional body. Don’t retreat to a shell and not exercise your rights. The FDCPA already has you covered so taking the matter up in court will not only help you exercise your rights but will bring the unlawful act of Collection Bureau of Hudson Valley phone harassment to order. This is further avoid future harassment and if possible, you could be awarded some compensatory fees.
- Hurry now if you are being harassed by any debt collector and get yourself free from such a situation. You can be the debtor, but you have rights too that shouldn’t be undermined. You have every right to sue.
Do I have the right to dispute a debt?
The Fair Debt Collection Practices Act is a very helpful tool that helps debtors out of different dilemmas. One of the bailout systems that the FDCPA creates is the opportunity for a debtor who does not agree with a debt to dispute it.
Within 30 days of being contacted by a debt collector, you have the right to send a dispute letter to the collection agency. This is why it is important that you request the name and address of the collection agency the first time they contact you.
After sending a dispute letter, you should have a copy of the letter for yourself, as it is advisable for any document of that form.
Verbally disputing a debt over the phone is also an option, but it is not an effective one. Sending a dispute letter to the collection agency is more effective and advisable.
The moment you dispute a debt, a debt collector is mandated to cease all forms of communication with you until they can substantially prove that you owe the debt by providing relevant documents.
Who is Collection Bureau of Hudson Valley?
Collection Bureau of Hudson Valley is a third-party debt collector located in Newburgh, New York.
Address: 155 N Plank Rd
Newburgh, NY 12550-1747
Phone: (845) 561-6880
Fax: (845) 913-7403
Is Collection Bureau of Hudson Valley a scam?
No, they’re a legit debt collection agency. According to the Better Business Bureau website, Collection Bureau of Hudson Valley has been in business since 1974. There have been 21 complaints closed in the last 3 years and 4 complaints closed out in the last 12 months. Read more about them here Collection Bureau of Hudson Valley Better Business Bureau
Collection Bureau of Hudson Valley Phone Numbers
Are you receiving any harassing phone calls from any of these numbers?
800-745-1395, 845-561-6880, 845-913-7403, 888-913-7496
If so, you may be a victim of Collection Bureau of Hudson Valley debt collection harassment. Call us now on (877)700-5790
The following is a sample list of complaints filed against Collection Bureau of Hudson Valley can be found on Pacer.org.
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 the Collection Bureau of the Hudson Valley. 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.
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