Bennett and DeLoney, PC.


Address 1265 E. Fort Union Blvd., #150
City Midvale
State Utah
Zip Code 84047
Phone 888-884-3455
Fax 801-963-9955
Website http://www.bennett-deloney.com

Are you being harassed by the Bennett and DeLoney, PC team?  Getting multiple calls throughout the days that are disturbing your day-to-day activities?  You may want to contact a team of lawyers that have dealt with cases fighting back against debt collection agencies like Bennett and Deloney, PC.  Francis and Mailman, and their entire team, has experience in helping consumers in all aspects of their rights.

If you have errors on your credit report, background checks or employment screenings that are causing major issues- we can help clean these up and also potential sue the credit bureaus for any damages incurred.  If debt collectors have been abusing their powers by lying to you about debt that you owe, threatening you in many aspects or even harassing you?  Then call our team today for a free consult to go over any notes you may have made and determine if you are owed for any and all violations made.

Get the help you deserve if you are dealing with harassing debt collectors.

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Here is a recent case between a debt collector and a consumer.

Cases Against Bennett & DeLoney, PC.

Brumbelow v. Law Offıces of Bennett & Deloney, P.C., 372
F. Supp. 2d 615 (D. Utah 2005). Debt collector may have misled consumers regarding the amount of fees owed to the defendant. The debt collector requested payment for a settlement fee, and this is not permitted by the statute.

  1. Michelle Walters says:

    This law firm is very unethical and outside the scope of the law. They are harassing me with DAILY phone calls at all hours. I have requested a cease calling to no avail. I am an Identity Theft victim and have supplied Police Reports, Affidavits, Bank letters and all accompanying documents, yet these people continue to harass me. I have filed complaints with the AG office and will continue to file complaints until this is stopped.

  2. Carol Lauwers says:

    I had 200 dollars taken out of my neighbors checking account, and have not received a receipt for it. I need a receipt saying this is paid.

  3. James says:

    They have signed for a certified letter stating that they are to Cease and Desist all phone calls and communicate in writing. They do not abide by the Consumer Protection Act.

  4. ANNOYED says:

    I just got about 8 phone calls from these people within the past 10 minutes and once it got to the point where I would answer one of their calls and look and see that they’re calling my other line. I decided to call them and do something about it. The lady was extremely rude and I told her its pretty ridiculous how many times they’ve called me in the past 30 min and she said its pretty ridiculous that I dont know how to manage money.. the best thing you can do is ignore these phone calls (theyre calling again right this very moment) but calling them and talking to them won’t do anything so good luck to everyone else and if there is any tips on how to get back at these people let me know!! 🙂

  5. Marie says:

    Got a call asking for husband,wouldn’t tell me why. He called back only to find out they have our address,and phone number but his older sons birthdate!? They got the same name, except they both live 1/2 way across the country from each other!! Neither knows what it’s about and can’t get any answers. Very mad calls won’t stop…

  6. john says:

    it appears that this company goes after people without verifying they owe a legal debt.
    i research the statute that some people are being asked to pay with no suit or judgment and this statue requires a suit being filed

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