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Tired of harassing calls from Alliant Capital Management?

Are you tired of the harassing calls you get from Alliant Capital Management? Do they keep bothering you not caring about what time of day it is or if you have sent them a cease-and-desist letter? Perhaps they’ve even contacted your friends, family members, or co-workers in a bid to try to shame or criminalize you. Or maybe they have gone as far as threatening you with jail time, wage garnishment, or any other unpleasant outcome which is out of their control.

If you are familiar with any of the threats or situations mentioned above, then what you don’t know is that you may be a victim of debt collection harassment from your third-party debt collector. Collection agencies are obligated to respect your rights, no matter how far behind you are on your debt payments.

On the bright side, your consumer rights are protected by laws like the federal Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA). If collection agencies are harassing you, then they may have crossed the line regarding what is considered ethical debt collection by the FDCPA.

It is important to note that not all contact from debt collection agencies is considered harassment. If you owe a debt, your third-party debt collector is allowed to call you, and, in certain cases, your family members, friends. They also have the right to initiate legal action against you if your debt is within the legal statute of limitations.

Debt collection harassment from Alliant Capital Management should never have to be your reality, call us on 844-791-1990.

When has Alliant Capital Management collections broken the law?

Being that there is now over $12.73 trillion dollars being held in consumer debt by Americans, owing a debt is not only an uncomfortable situation to be in, but also quite commonplace. With the exponential rise in consumer debt comes a rise in debt collection efforts, and thus debt collection harassment.

Many debt collection companies like Alliant Capital Management LLC often go outside of what is legally prescribed by the FDCPA in a bed to get consumers to pay up what they owe on time. If you’re reading this article about stopping harassment from Alliance Capital debt collectors, then you’ve probably already been contacted your original lender creditor or by a debt collection agency, maybe even by Alliant Capital.

Do you know if you have been a victim of harassment during your encounter with an Alliant Capital debt collector? How do you know when they have crossed the line?

You do not have to go too far to find your answer, as the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA) (a law which was enacted in 1977, to protect consumers like you from the harassing, unfair and abusive tactics many collectors like Alliance Capital Management employs to get people to pay up their debts fast. The FDCPA has been amended severally, with the most recent amendment to the Act being as recent as 2021, however, it still stands firmly to protect you from Alliant Capital Management debt collectors and their harassing tactics.

In a nutshell, the FDCPA stipulates that Alliant Capital Management is not allowed to oppress, harass, bully, and abuse you or anyone linked to you over the collection of a debt. Other noteworthy areas to be aware of are:

The prohibition of misrepresentation

Alliant Capital is not allowed to misrepresent as a legal entity or officer of the law. They are also prohibited from making false statements about the debt you owe. The FDCPA says that they cannot:

  • Refuse to provide their name or identify the company they represent when they call you
  • Make false threats that they cannot or will not carry out
  • Present themselves as an attorney, police officer, or other legal professional

The prohibition of Harassment

If you get off the phone with an Alliant Capital debt collector feeling sad, abused or depressed, then you may be an unknowing victim of debt collection harassment.  The FDCPA outlaws the following behaviors:

  • Debt collectors making several phone calls to you with the intent to annoy or harass you.
  • Debt collectors threatening you with corporal punishment, violence, arrest, or jail time.
  • Using vulgar, unprofessional langue with you during debt collection calls
  • Trying to shame you into paying your debts by publicizing information about you, defaming you, or informing unauthorized third parties.
  • Contacting you at your place or work when they know that personal calls are prohibited.

Do not take the points listed above lightly. If you suspect that you are currently undergoing harassment from an Alliant Capital debt collector, call a qualified attorney IMMEDIATELY at (877)-700-5790.

Is Alliant Capital Management guilty of Debt Collection Harassment?

Whenever an original creditor uses a third-party debt collector to collect a debt, that collector is expected to follow the rules of the FDCPA, even if they are officers of the law. There are several things that are considered violations of the FDCPA by debt collectors. Read more about them here.

Tips to help you negotiate effectively with Alliant Capital Management

If you are in a place where you need to negotiate with Alliant Capital Management, it is very advisable to keep a contact log. Your log should record the following information:

• The date and time of the calls received from the debt collector
• The number the debt collector used in contacting you
• The number the debt collector called you on
• The name of the debt collector
• A brief summary of the conversation, including any unethical measures employed to collect the debt.

Keeping a record of this information will help your attorney build a strong case against Alliant Capital Management on your behalf if legal action becomes necessary.

Who is Alliant Capital Management?

Alliant Capital Management is a third-party debt collection agency that collects delinquent debt on behalf of clients. The company takes of both consumer and commercial nature in order to help recover loans that are overdue. For additional Alliant Capital Management Reviews click on the Better Business Bureau link above.

Contact Information

210 John Glenn Dr

Amherst, NY 14228-2213

(716) 362-0907

About Us

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 Alliant Capital Management harassment. Our office has been assisting consumers since 2010. We have an A+ rating with the Better Business Bureau. 

Call us now on 844-791-1990

Alliant Capital Management phone numbers:

877-957-8334, 877-957-8122, 716-362-0907, 567-202-2035, 833-418-7493, 888-735-6625, 855-498-0117, 877-957-3007, 901-881-3681, 855-974-6512, 888-673-1571, 855-968-0661, 844-742-0009, 855-319-2489, 617-470-0608, 855-977-2159, 608-729-5311, 866-854-0571, 909-284-4028, 833-628-0073, 855-546-9103, 866-874-6015, 833-628-0073, 312-324-3948, 406-215-0365, 678-825-3486, 844-271-8005, 888-959-9451, 909-284-8260, 857-287-3967, 404-410-6561, 567-202-2035, 1-833-418-7493, 833-628-0073, 888-735-6625, 855-498-0117, 866-443-5132, 877-957-3007, 901-881-3681, 877-923-2069, 855-974-6512, 855-974-6512, 855-498-0066, 888-673-1571, 419-469-6838, 855-968-0661, 1-844-742-0009, 855-319-2489, 833-926-2345, 617-470-0608, 855-977-2159, 844-829-3398, 608-729-5311, 866-854-0571, 305-424-9738, 404-410-6561, 404-410-6561, 678-515-5347, 855-767-0631, 857-287-3967, 909-284-8260, 678-825-3486, 844-271-8005, 406-215-0365, 1-877-801-0789, 1-877-957-8334, 833-628-0073, 312-324-3948, 855-546-9103, 866-874-6015, 909-284-4028, 833-628-0073, 1-937-226-9774,1-833-628-0073 / 1-380-215-1594

Is Alliant Capital Management a scam?

According to the official BBB website, Alliant Capital Management is not a fraudulent collection agency. their BBB file was opened on 9/26/2013, and they have received 56 complaints ever since. Check out their BBB information here.

It is, however, important to check the phone directory above to confirm if you are indeed receiving calls from a known company number in order to avoid falling victim to an Alliant Capital Management scam perpetrated by fraudsters pretending to be Alliant Capital Management.

Consumer Rights Law Firm Center BBB information

BBB Rating: A+


Tired of harassing calls from Alliant Capital Management?
Attorney Derek DePetrillo

Attorney Derek DePetrillo graduated from the Massachusetts School of Law in 2007 and was admitted to practice law in the State of Massachusetts in 2007. Mr. DePetrillo is also licensed in many federal jurisdictions across the United States.

Mr. DePetrillo has been assisting consumers with consumer protection since 2010. Mr. DePetrillo’s main area of practice is under the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act, the Telephone Consumer Protection Act, and the Fair Credit Reporting Act. Mr. DePetrillo has filed countless lawsuits and arbitration claims against debt collectors and banks. Mr. DePetrillo fights for the little people who have had their rights violated and need a helping hand to guide them through the stressful times of debt collection.