NCB Management Services Debt Collection Harassment
Are you tired of NCB Management Services Debt Collection Harassment? NCB Management Services may be calling you repeatedly and harassing you over an unpaid debt and we know just how annoying that is. Thankfully, NCB Management Services’ harassment can be stopped.
One of the stressful things that come with being in debt is having to deal with debt collectors and their tireless collection efforts. Wondering if there is a way to get debt collectors to stop calling you?
If you’re experiencing NCB Management Services debt collection harassment, don’t feel helpless. You are actually backed up by the law. The FDCPA has made provisions for people going through NCB Management Services phone harassment and all other forms of debt collection harassment.
Verbally asking NCB management to stop calling you may not make them stop. Instead, write a letter to NCB management asking them to stop contacting you through phone calls. This letter is called a “cease and desist letter”.
If NCB Online keeps contacting you after a cease and desist letter, file a complaint to the Federal Trade Commission or call us on 877-700-5790.
Who are third party debt collectors?
Third-party debt collectors are agencies who pursue debtors on behalf of their original creditors. Third-party debt collectors like NCB management, come to play when a creditor loses hope in the ability of a debtor to pay back his/her debt.
The creditor pretty much says “you know what? This person can not pay this debt but we can at least try to get a little fraction of the full amount from them” then they hand the debt over to a debt collector or sell it to a collection agency for pennies on the dollar.
The responsibility now rests on the debt collector to recover the debt from you. Doing this will be to the benefit of the debt collector. This is why debt collectors will use any and every technique to try and get to you, just to ensure that you pay off what you owe.
Tips for paying off your debts
It is human to get into debts but it is not okay to remain in it.
The best way to get NCB Management off your back is by paying off your debt. This is not always a straightforward or easy task but there are certain programs and tips that will make it a fruitful journey for you.
- Avoid creating more debt: Creating more debt while trying to get out of others is a futile cycle. As much as you can, steer off creating more debts for the time being.
- Budget: Create a budget for everything you spend money on, including how much you want to give to for the settlement of your debt each month.
- Put a plan together: What strategies do you want to employ in the payment of your debts? Are you considering installments? Pen your ideas down and brainstorm. You need to have a plan in case you want to negotiate with the debt collector.
- Cut your expenses: This is the time to focus on your needs and not your wants. Cut down on any extra expenditure that is not necessary.
- Increase your income: If you can get a second job, that will help.
- Pay early: Settling your debts as soon as you can has many advantages; you avoid increased interest rates and other fees.
- Be gentle with yourself: It’s a journey that will end but you need to take it a step at a time.
Trying to pay off your debt?
Paying off your debt is a good decision in some cases. You must first have confirmed that the person calling you is actually from NCB Management Services and not a con artist. You can do this by calling NCB customer service or by seeking debt validation from NCB management. You can contact NCB management through the NCB Online platform.
After confirming that the debt is actually yours and it has not exceeded the statute of limitations, you can begin to consider ways to pay it off. One great way to do that is by negotiating with the NCB management. Debt collectors can agree to you paying a certain amount monthly or settling the debt for less than you owe if you bargain well enough. Contact us now to know what works best in your situation.
Who is NCB Management Services?
NBC Management Services is a third-party debt collector located in Trevose, Pennsylvania. They have been a party to over 60 complaints with the BBB over the past few years. A recent BBB complaint alleges that NCB Management used illegal and harassing communication tactics to attempt to coerce a payment from the harassed consumer by reporting a debt that was discharged in bankruptcy.
Address: 1 Allied Dr
Trevose, PA 19053-6945
Phone: (215) 244-4200
Fax: (215) 633-9920
Is NCB Management Services a scam?
According to the Better Business Bureau website, NCB Management Services has been in business since 1995. There have been 145 complaints closed in the last 3 years and 58 complaints closed out in the last 12 months. Read more about it here: NCB Management Services Better Business Bureau
NCB Management Services Phone Numbers
Are you receiving any harassing phone calls from any of these numbers?
215-633-9093, 855-622-5900, 855-739-5600, 866-615-6222, 877-901-3200, 800-828-1110, 855-622-5800, 800-633-9905, 855-622-3500, 877-901-8400, 267-525-4218, 855-768-6613
If so, you may be a victim of NCB Management Services debt collection harassment. Call us on 877-700-579 for immediate assistance.
The following is a sample list of complaints filed against NCB Management Services can be found on Pacer.org.
6:19-cv-00136-JDK Campbell v. NCB Management Services, Inc. et al
1:19-cv-01386-JRS-MPB JOHNSON v. NCB MANAGEMENT SERVICES, INC.
8:19-cv-00676-MSS-AEP Covington v. NCB Management Services, Inc.
0:19-cv-00593-DWF-TNL Hall v. Experian Information Solutions, Inc. et al
1:19-cv-00935-JPH-MPB KENNING v. NCB MANAGEMENT SERVICES, INC.
ABOUT 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 NCB. 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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Last Updated on January 15, 2022