Getting harassing calls over your Lands End credit card?
If you have gone behind on your Lands End account payment, debt collectors may start calling you, demanding that you pay the debts you have accrued Pay Lands End credit card.
This is not unusual. The internal debt collectors making attempts to retrieve the debts on your Comenity Lands End credit card will give you some time to make payments but if you fail to do so, they can bring debt collectors on board to take up the process of pursuing your Lands End credit card debt.
If you’re in such a situation right now, do not feel overwhelmed. It’s only a phase that’ll pass and you’ll soon forget it ever happened if you handle it well.
While you seek ways to pay the debts on your Lands End visa credit card, you should not be harassed in any way.
Debt collectors have the habit of stressing out and frustrating individuals they’re trying to collect debts from. However, only individuals who are ignorant of their rights under the FDCPA succumb to such bullying.
Understanding that you have rights and can legally bring a case of harassment against any debt collector who harasses, threatens, or lies to you helps you remain confident and unfazed in the face of debt collection harassment.
If you feel you are being harassed in the process of the collection of your Land’s End credit card debt, then you should reach out to us immediately by calling 877-700-5790. We can get the harassing calls to stop, bring a case of debt collection harassment against the debt collector, and get you the compensation you deserve.
About Land’s End
Founded in 1963, Lands End is an American clothing and home decor retailer founded by Gary Comer. Land’s End is based in Dodgeville, Wisconsin. They specialize in casual clothing, luggage, and home furnishings, and have their Headquarters at Dodgeville, Wisconsin, United States.
Jerome Griffith is currently the CEO of the company.
You can enter your Lands End credit card login details or access your Lands End account via the Land’s End website (Landsend.com).
Lands End number: 009 1 608-935-6170
Address: 1 Lands End Ln, Dodgeville, WI 53533
4 Things it is okay to say to a debt collector contacting you over a Lands End credit card payment
“Send me a validation letter for this debt.”
Under normal circumstances, the Lands End credit card debt collector should send you a letter containing thorough information about the Lands End card debt (this information should include the debt collector’s name, collection agency address, the debt amount, the original creditor, in this case, Lands end credit card, etc). If the debt collector does not do this on their own, it is within your rights to demand it.
It is important for you to have full information about the Lands’ End credit card debt mentioned. Do not admit to owing a debt you haven’t confirmed yet.
“I can not speak at the moment.”
Debt collection calls can be unnerving and leave in you a confused state. Speaking in that state may not be a good idea because you may end up saying the wrong things and shooting yourself in the foot.
Instead, you can confidently tell the Lands End Payment debt collector that it is not a convenient time for you to talk and ask them to call you back at a later time when it would be more convenient.
“I can’t afford to pay.”
If you can not afford to pay the Lands End Visa credit card debt at this moment, it’s totally okay to tell the debt collector that.
This will not stop the debt collector contacting you about making a Lands End credit card payment from calling you or trying to collect the debt. But a brief explanation of your unpleasant financial situation may move the Lands End Comenity card debt collector to provide you with a range of payment options. This may also make them reconsider moving your file to litigation.
Be careful not to admit to owing the Lands End Comenity card debt in the first place if you haven’t ascertained that the debt has not passed its statute of limitations. Doing this will restart the clock on an expired statute of limitations.
Your Home address
You may think that keeping your address away from the Lands End Comenity debt collector is a way of hiding and protecting yourself but this is not exactly true. Debt collectors will stop at nothing to reach you. If they already have your number, they’ll keep calling and if they don’t, they’ll call your friends and family and ask them for your phone number and address.
Debt collectors can even go as far as contacting your employer to ask for your contact address.
Getting intrusive calls from a Land’s End Phone numbers?
Are you receiving any harassing phone calls from any of these numbers?
If the answer is yes, then you are receiving calls from a known Land’s End phone number. You may be a victim of debt collection harassment from the debt collector assigned to you. The list above is not all the numbers that Land’s End uses. The calls can be from different phone numbers and still be Land’s End calling you. Cardholders might also receive text messages from these numbers in relation to collecting a Land’s End credit card debt. Contact our office right away if you would like to put an end to the intrusive calls.
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.