Don’t Let First National Collection Bureau, Inc. Harass You!
First National Collection is one of many debt collection agencies whose efforts are to recover as much debt owed to a creditor as possible. Companies like First National will sometimes use whatever means they can to recover money lost or owed. There have been stories of debt collector representatives threatening the consumer, saying that they could be put in jail or lose their home, they have used abusive language, or called at all hours of the night. You need to understand that these are unethical practices and you should not be dealing with this if you are.
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Is First National Collection Bureau Trying to Scam you?
Although larger debt collection agencies like First National Collection are not set up as a scam, they could be partaking in unethical practices. As a consumer it is important to know your rights against these illegal actions and scams. If you feel like you are being harassed, you should contact a consumer rights attorney right away. As a team, you can start documenting all unethical instances and start to build a case against the offending debt collection company. Fight back against scammers and unethical debt collection agencies.
Stop The Harassment From First National
If you have been harassed by First National Collection Bureau, Inc., Francis and Mailman is here to take your side against of offensive First National Collection Bureau, Inc. Handling First National Collection Bureau, Inc can be frightening. Nobody wants to get hostile calls and to be threatened by a collector.
Know your rights! Even if you do owe money, the debt collection companies must abide by a set of laws when contacting you. They cannot call at all hours of the night, they cannot intimidate or harass, they cannot threaten you and your livelihood, they cannot curse at you or call your job.
Hire Francis & Mailman, your advocates to stop harassing debt collection
Harassment is a reason to contact an attorney today. Another reason is if a debt collection is contacting you as a mistake. False debts can be on your record because of many reasons. For example, you can be a victim of identity theft or mixing up your social security number.
Francis and Mailman is here to assist you to know your legal rights. All debt collection agencies must treat you with respect and follow the rules set under the Fair Debt Collections Act.
Call us at 1-877-735-8600 for a free case review or fill out a free case review form. We will take action immediately.
First National Collection Bureau Contact Information
|Address 1||3631 Warren Way|
|Address 2||610 Waltham Way|