NCO Financial Systems
|Address||507 Prudential Road|
|Consumer Hotline Phone||800-550-9619|
|Consumer Hotline Fax||866-269-8669|
How to Stop Harassment from NCO Financial
NCO Financial is one of the largest debt collection companies in the world. They may make harassing and/or abusive calls and send out threatening letters, and in some cases they may have your information by mistake. They can mix your social security number on your credit report.
The legal team at Francis & Mailman can help end this contact harassment and abuse from NCO, and resolve discrepancies if you do not owe money. You may even be able to sue them and win a monetary award.
What is NCO Financial Prohibited from Doing?
Under the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (read more about the FDCPA here), debt collection companies such as NCO Financial cannot do the following while trying to collect a debt:
- Contact anybody who is not the main person that owes the debt (family, neighbors, etc.)
- Threaten you with referral to an attorney, harm of credit, or wage garnishment without the actual intent to act on the threat
- Call at “unreasonable times” such as before 8:00 AM or after 9:00PM
- Contact you at your employer’s office if you tell them not to
- Place calls to your employer to inform them of your debt or disclosing any aspect of the debt to others
- Use profane or obscene language during calls
- Send collection letters that appear to be from a court or government office
- Threaten to arrest you if the debt remains unpaid
If any of the above has happened, contact the Francis & Mailman immediately.
Call 1-877-735-8600 to stop harassment from NCO Financial or to see what action can be taken against NCO if they have violated any of your consumer rights.
Below are several examples of cases that were filed against NCO Financial Systems, Inc. and experiences/comments from other consumers that have had issues with this debt collection company.
Big Lawsuits Against NCO Financial Systems Practices
Thomas v. NCO Financial Sys., Inc.
2003 WL 22416169(E.D. Pa. Oct. 21, 2003). Debt collector provided the credit reporting agencies with information on debts past the statute of limitations.
Prince v. NCO Financial Servs., Inc.
346 F. Supp. 2d 744 (E.D. Pa. 2004). Debt collector attempted to collect debt before it was in default.
Davis v. NCO Portfolio Management, Inc.
2006 WL 290491 (S.D. Ohio Feb. 7, 2006). Consumer stated that debt collector did not have enough documentation to file a complaint and pursue a law suit. Court found that the defendant had a sufficient amount of evidence to move forward.
Foti v. NCO Fin. Sys., Inc.
F. Supp. 2d , 2006 WL779774 (S.D.N.Y. Mar. 25, 2006). Debt collector repeatedly attempted to collect on the debt within the 30 day validation period. Debt collector made various threats pressuring the consumer to make immediate payment disregarding their right to dispute and request proof.
Allen v. NCO Fin. Servs., Inc.
2002 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 10513 (N.D. Ill. June 10, 2002). Defendant sent a second collection notice only a few days after the initial debt collection letter was sent out. This violated the terms of the 30 day period that the consumer has the right to dispute and request validation. Defendant was unable to provide a legitimate excuse for why this error occurred.