Franklin Collection Service Phone Harassment?
If you have a debt that has gone into the collection and are getting bothered by Franklin Collection Service, you may know that there is only a very thin line between routine debt collection calls and Franklin Collection Service phone harassment. Regardless, getting called by Franklin Collection Service several times over your unpaid debt can be an extremely stressful and unpleasant experience for you and your family.
Going through Franklin Collection Service debt collection combined with the often overbearing tactics employed by several third-party debt collectors can easily have you feeling depressed and afraid of what your financial future looks like. We want you to know that you are not alone as you go through the Franklin Collection Service debt collection process. As a law firm, we fight to uphold your rights by ensuring the enforcement of the regulations regarding the ethical collection of debts as prescribed in laws such as the FDCPA, the TCPA, and the FCRA.
The addition of the Federal Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA) to the Consumer Protection Act in 1978 was a commendable step taken for the sake of your protection against debt collectors like Franklin Collection Service and the deceptive strategies that most debt collectors in their shoes employ to intimidate and coerce consumers into paying off a debt that may not be theirs or may not still be legally collectible.
If franklin collection svcs inc wishes to remain in accordance with the law and avoid getting a lawsuit filed against them, they are required to act in accordance with the FDCPA (Fair Debt Collection Practices Act), which protects your rights throughout the Franklin Collection Service debt collection process. Under the FDCPA, you can receive compensation of up to $1000 for the violation of your rights by franklin collection. Call us immediately at 877-700-5790 to get connected with an A+ accredited attorney.
How much can you recover in compensations for a Lawsuit against Franklin collections?
If you have been harassed by FCS in the process of debt collection, it means that you have a legitimate claim against the agency for debt collection harassment.
In a case of debt collection harassment, the plaintiff is entitled to receive actual damages, statutory damages of no more than $1,000, and attorney’s fees. Below is a breakdown of the compensations that you are entitled to if you are successful in your case against Franklin Collection Service.
- Actual damages: This includes compensation for direct damages incurred as a result of the violation. Such damages include loss of wages, emotional distress, harm to your credit report, and any other thing of value that the debt collector’s abusive behavior has cost you.
- Statutory damages: This is just a fancy legal term for the money you will receive simply because the debt collector violated your rights. Regardless of the extent of the violation and the damages caused, you are entitled to receive statutory damages (usually not exceeding a certain amount) for any successful case brought against a debt collection agency. Statutory damages for FDCPA violations cannot be more than $1,000; the sum of $1,000 is usually awarded.
- Attorney’s fees: If you win your case of debt collection harassment against Franklin Collection Service, then they are expected to bear all responsibilities for your attorney’s fees and all court costs. What this means is that you do not have to pay us will not have to pay us up-front to gain access to our services; Franklin services will bear the responsibility for all costs if the case is successful.
Who is Franklin Collection Service?
Franklin Collection Services is a third-party debt collector located in Tupelo, Mississippi. They have been a party in federal court cases over 120 times related to consumer credits and the collection thereof. A recent Federal Court case alleges that franklin collection services inc illegally reported information to the credit bureaus to coerce a payment from the harassed consumer.
Address: 2978 W Jackson St
Tupelo, MS 38801-6731
Phone: (662) 844-7776
Is Franklin Collection Service a Scam?
According to the Better Business Bureau website, Franklin Collection Service is a recognized business entity in the industry of receivables management. The company has been in business for 39 years, during which time there have been 119 complaints filed against FCS with the BBB. Read more about it here: Franklin Collection Service Better Business Bureau
Are you dealing with Franklin Collection Service Phone Harassment?
Are you receiving any harassing phone calls from any of the following numbers?
205-409-4577, 662-690-2284, 662-840-6720, 662-844-7776, 866-487-6482, 662-690-2281, 844-282-3852, 844-717-5701, 844-717-5707, 844-717-5702, 877-869-7776, (205) 409-4577, (662) 690-2284, (662) 840-6720, (662) 844-7776, (866) 487-6482, (662) 690-2281, (844) 282-3852, (844) 717-5701, (844) 717-5707, (844) 717-5702, (877) 869-7776, 2054094577, 6626902284, 6628406720, 6628447776, 8664876482, 6626902281, 8442823852, 8447175701, 8447175707, 8447175702, 8778697776,
If the answer is yes, then you are receiving calls from a known FCS number. You may be a victim of FCS phone harassment. Call our office immediately at 877-700-5790 to put an end to any harassment you may be enduring during these calls.
Common Questions our clients ask
Q: What counts as Franklin Collection Service phone harassment?
A: If Franklin collections is calling you with the intent to intimidate, infuriate, or threaten you, they have stepped out of the confines of telephone harassment laws. Legally, telephone harassment is considered any form of exchange carried out via telephone that is unsolicited by the receiver, threatening, and abusive to the dignity of their person
Q: Do text messages also count as Franklin Collection Service phone harassment?
A: Yes, aggressive, intrusive, harassing, or threatening text messages are also considered a form of harassment. It is advisable to save evidence of such abusive text messages that you have received in case the need to go to court arises.
Q: Can I get sued by Franklin collections?
A: Yes, if your debt is still within the statute of limitations, then FCS will be able to take you to court over non-payment.
Q: How do I charge Franklin Collection Service with debt collection harassment?
A: First of all, contact us to know if you have a valid case of telephone harassment against Franklin collections. If you do, we will take the case up from there.
The following is a sample list of complaints filed against the Franklin Collection Service in the past year and can be found on Pacer.org.
2:11-cv-04693-PLA Karen Eisenberg v. Franklin Collection Service
1:98-cv-00288-GHD-JAD Cunningham, et al v. Franklin Collection
2:15-cv-00033 Tracie Dull v. Franklin Collection Service
5:14-cv-01589-JHE Booker et al v. Franklin Collection Service Inc
2:17-cv-01087-JHE Hassell v. Franklin Collection Service Inc
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 Franklin collection agency. 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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