Capital Recovery Services Group


Address 1 7755 Center Avenue, Ste #1000
City Huntington Beach
State California
Zip Code 92647
Phone 1  888-268-1945
Fax 714-200-0786
Shekinah, Inc.
The Law Offices of Luis E. Vasquez
Head Debt Collectors
James Arley Trent
Cecilia Trent
Attorney Luis E. Vasquez, CA Bar #162798
Dana Kiprowski
Douglas Plummer
Devin Molina
Web www.shekinahinc.com

Why is Capital Recovery Services Group Contacting Me?

Capital Recovery Services Group is a unique debt collection agency because it specializes in recovering debt and auctioning assets from powersport-specific lenders and enforcing liens.

The company also handles bankruptcy solutions for this powersport industry.

What is Capital Recovery Services Prohibited from doing?

The Fair Debt Collection Practices Act was enacted to protect debtors from unethical and abusive actions by debt collection agencies.

There are many elements that this law has prohibited these agencies, including Capital Recovery Services Group, in partaking in:

  • Abusive, excessive, and harassing calls are prohibited. This means that calls can only occur between 8am and 9pm.
  • Continuous and repetitive contact is not allowed
  • Abusive and profane language is strictly prohibited
  • Contact is not allowed at the debtors place of employment
  • Embarrassing contact via mail is also prohibited

What Can I Do if Capital Recovery Violates FDCPA?

To find out if your rights have been violated based on the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act, please read the information on this site and then contact us.

We can help you sort out all the mess and stop the harassment that has been causing you much headache.

Get your free, no obligation, private consultation with our attorneys about your debt collection issue.
Call today (877) 735-8600.

Lawsuits Against Capital Recovery Services Group

Sarver v. Capital Recovery Assocs., Inc., 951 F. Supp. 550

(E.D. Pa. 1996). Bad checks are not considered a debt under the FDCPA.

Blazek v. Capital Recovery Assoc., Inc., 222 F.R.D. 360

(E.D. Wis. 2004). The debt collector was treated as a non-party, and the court made the plaintiff’s attorney go to the defendant attorney’s location for depositions.

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