California Business Bureau, Inc.

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Is California Business Bureau, Inc. harassing you?

Are you dealing with questionable practices by a debt collector?  There are hundreds of debt collection agencies throughout the United States.  If you are looking for the contact information from a particular debt collection agency that has been harassing you, you can find that here- list of debt collection agencies.  This list should point you in the right direction.

If you need help dealing with these companies- it is not easy- enlist the help of Francis and Mailman.  We are an experienced group of attorneys that are ready to jump to the rescue.

Don’t Deal with Harassment

You may definitely owe a creditor and lender money, this is very common issue, but that definitely doesn’t mean that you have to deal with the craziness that come with dealing with some debt collection agencies.  What do some debt collection agencies do that is illegal?  Here are a few examples:

  • Calling over and over and over again- to both scare and annoy you.
  • Calling prior to eight in the morning and after nine at night.  Unless you have informed the collection company that off hours are good times to talk with you.
  • Using poor language, obscenities, abusive words, etc.  Being out right mean and rude to you.
  • Lying about the things that can happen if you do not pay right now or at all.

Call a lawyer to help you fight against these actions.  You could be eligible for damages.  Francis and Mailman can help determine if a lawsuit is possible.

Contact Information for California Business Bureau, Inc.

Address 1 1711 South Mountain Avenue
City Monrovia
State California
Zip Code 91016
Phone 1  626-303-1515
Phone 2 800-755-1515
Fax 626-359-435
Web www.cbbinc.com

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