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Stop Harassment from First Revenue Assurance

Have you been harassed on the phone by First Revenue Assurance? Have they been yelling at you about debts you do not owe? Are you scared and confused?

False credit errors can be applied on your record and you are unaware of it. This credit issue can be a result of someone stealing your identity and creating loans or accounts in your name.

Call Francis & Mailman at 877-735-8600 or fill out a free case review

Francis & Mailman will take your side and explain your legal rights. You will not receive abusive calls from First Revenue Assurance anymore, because all communication will go through the law firm.

Contact Information for First Revenue Assurance

Address P.O. Box 5818
City Denver
State  Colorado
Zip Code 80217
Phone 303-755-5007

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  1. Ariel says:

    These people continue to harass my husband and I even though we had resolved our debt with the actual company it was originally through months before. When I tried to make them aware of the mistake they became rude and hostile and often just hang up on me with no warning. I have repeatedly called them back with the same results. I have never dealt with a more unprofessional company in my life. I will now be asking every company I associate with if they work with First Revenue Assurance before giving them my business.

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