Anchor Receivables Management
|Address||120 Corporate Blvd.|
|Address||P.O. Box 12914|
|Address||4829 Hwy 45 North|
|New Market Mall|
|Address||5200 West Mercury Blvd.|
|Address||500 West 1st Avenue|
|Head Debt Collectors|
|Contact 1||Steve Fredrickson, CEO|
|Contact 2||Andrew Holmes, President|
|Contact 3||Craig Grube, Sr. VP|
|Contact 4||Donald A. Williams, Associate General Counsel|
|NasdaqNM||PRAA (Holding @ +/- $43.50|
There are many records of people getting calls from Anchor Receivables Management who did not owe debt. This could be an honest mistake by the debt collector or it could be more- stolen identity.
What Should I do if I suspect Identity Theft
There are a few things you should be doing if this is happening to you:
- Send a cease communication letter.
- Check credit reports for any suspicious behavior. You can get a free annual look at your reports from the three major bureaus- TransUnion, Experian, and Equifax- from annualcreditreport.com.
- Contact Francis and Mailman- we can help you identify the issue and help you pursue legal action if necessary.
Get a Lawyer on your Side
Dealing with debt collectors, identity theft issues, errors on your credit reports and everything else that comes along with this can be extremely stressful and intimidating. Hiring a lawyer relieves a ton of stress because we know the laws, we are experienced, we know the paths to take resolve any issues, and we know how to start a lawsuit if needed.
Call us today- 877-735-8600.