Financial Recovery Services, Inc.

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Is a debt collector from Financial Recovery Services harassing you?

Financial Recovery Services, Inc. is a debt collection law firm in Edina, MN. If these debt collectors are harassing you, you are not alone. However, even though you may owe the debt they say, you have rights that protect you from their abuse. Under the Fair Debt Collections Practices Act, debt collection agencies are regulated. There are many things and actions that these companies cannot partake in when contacting you and it is because these actions are unethical. Debt collectors cannot:

  • use abusive or obscene language
  • call before 8am or after 9pm
  • call repeatedly
  • call your workplace
  • contact you anymore if you have an attorney

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Enough is enough. The consumer protection attorneys at Francis & Mailman here to help you fight back against abusive debt collectors and collection agencies. Get your free case review and give us a call at 1-877-735-8600 today!

Contact Information for Financial Recovery Services, Inc.

Address 4510 W. 77th St., Ste. 200
City Edina
State  Minnesota
Zip Code 55435
Phone 952-831-4800
Website www.fin-rec.com

Is Financial Recovery Services, Inc Still Calling You about Debts You Do Not Owe?

You can be a victim of mixing up your social security numbers or theft of identity. If these errors have been showed on your credit report, your credit life may be damaged.

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The law firm of Francis and Mailman focuses on credit report error cases and deals with illegal tactics of Financial Recovery Services, Inc. Call us at 877-735-8600 or contact Francis & Mailman for a free case review about your problem today.


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