Venus credit card debt collection harassment?
Are you being threatened over your Venus credit card that has gone into delinquent status?
If you are facing harassment over your Venus clothing credit card, then what you must know is that the third-party collection agent tasked with getting you to make a Venus credit card payment is, by law, prohibited from harassing, threatening, lying to, defaming, or intimidating you.
Nevertheless, when your Venus card payment is past due, debt collectors may flout these laws and harass, threaten, coerce, browbeat, and intimidate you to pay Venus, especially in a situation where you are not aware that you have legal rights.
There is a set of laws called the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA for short); it was enacted and is still upheld by the Federal Trade Commission, the agency responsible for consumer protection in the United States. The laws contained in the FDCPA prevent the debt collectors contacting you over your Venus Comenity credit card debt from engaging in harassing, abusive, intimidating, unfair, and deceptive practices in a bid to get you to make a Venus Comenity card payment.
The Act also makes provisions for you to take a debt collector who harasses you over a Venus payment to court. You can recover monetary damages as compensation for the harassment and get the harassment over your overextended Venus credit to stop for good.
If you believe that you are being harassed in the Venus credit card debt collection process, do not hesitate to reach out to the best team of consumer protection attorneys by calling 877-700-5790.
Who is Venus?
headquartered in Jacksonville, Florida, the Venus store is a leading retailer of clothing, shoes, jewelry, and accessories for women. The store is best known for its beautiful lingerie pieces and for its unwavering community support.
How do I pay my Venus bill?
To make a Venus online payment, enter your Venus card login details on the Venus bill pay page (comenity.net/venus), or visit their website (venus.com) for more information. Remember that your Venus credit card login details are confidential, and you should not share them with anyone simply because they call you and claim to be a debt collector.
Address: 11711 Marco Beach Drive Jacksonville, FL 32224 United States
I am getting harassed over my Venus card, what can I do?
If you are being harassed to pay your Venus credit card, you have an option of filing a complaint with the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau through their online portal or by calling (855) 411-CFPB (2372). In addition to this, you can file a complaint about the harassment you are facing over the collection of your Comenity bank Venus’s card debt with your state’s attorney general, or, better still, take up the matter with your personal attorney.
Remember that it is important to keep records of all that transpired between you and the debt collector that is harassing you to make a payment on your Venus card. Your records should contain the date and times of calls, and all documents sent to you by the debt collector in relation to the Venus cc debt, in addition to all that was said during communication with you. Having a witness in this instance may be of tremendous help.
Note that you can stop all communication regarding the debt on your Venus credit cards between you and the debt collector. To do this, all you have to do is send them a cease-and-desist letter. Note that asking the debt collector to cease contact with you does not mean that you no longer owe the debt, and neither does it mean that the debt collector can’t find another way to ensure that you pay the bill on your Venus credit card.
Even if you successfully take the debt collector harassing you over a Venus credit card payment to court and win, you will still owe the debt and be responsible for paying it.
If you are in a tough financial situation and cannot afford to pay the bills on your Venus Comenity card, then filing for bankruptcy may be the best option to put an end to both the debt and the harassment stemming from it. Once your Venus credit card debt has been discharged in bankruptcy, the debt collector can no longer hold you ransom for a Venus card payment.
If the debt collector contacting you about your Venus card continues to harass contact you even after you file for bankruptcy, they are now violating both the FDCPA and federal bankruptcy law. You should get in touch with a consumer protection attorney by calling 877-700-5790 to know your options.
If you would like to hit the reset button on your life by filing for bankruptcy or bring a debt collector to face justice for their acts of harassment, then we, the attorneys at Consumer Rights Law Firm are your best bet.
With over ten years of experience fighting unethical debt collectors and getting consumers the compensation that they deserve, we know exactly what to do to ensure that you are safe, protected, and free from harassment. What’s more, is that we offer you a free consultation to help you make sense of the situation and decide how you would like to proceed. All you have to do is give us a call at 877-700-5790 to get started.
Getting calls from a Venus credit card phone number?
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 Venus credit card phone number. You may be a victim of harassment over your Venus credit card. The list above is not all the numbers that Venus uses. The calls can be from different phone numbers and still be Venus calling you. Cardholders might also receive text messages from these numbers in relation to collecting a Venus credit card debt. Contact our office right away if you would like us to help you put an end to the harassment.
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.
If you are interested in learning more about how to stop the harassment from Venus, call us at (877)700-5790 for immediate assistance or visit our website at www.consumerlawfirmcenter.com.