Minority Legal Network

Address 20300 S. Vermont Ave., Ste 120
City Torrance
State  California
Zip Code 90502-1338
Address P.O. Box 11029
City Carson
State California
Zip Code 90749
Phone 1 888-459-0999
Phone 2 310-273-9867
Fax 310-273-9867
Address 800 W. Sam Houston Pkwy., Ste #200
City Houston
State Texas
Zip Code 77042
Phone 1 866-834-6218
Phone 2 866-354-3556
Phone 3 713-579-7000
  Head Debt Collectors
  Erica Lynn Brachfeld-Governing – CA Attorney at Law, Bar #180683

 

What is Minority Legal Network Forbidden from Doing?

Dealing with Minority Legal Network can be emotionally difficult. You have to be aware of many things that Minority Legal Network is prohibited to do when contacting you on the phone.

They cannot call you before 8am and after 9pm, use inappropriate language, threaten you, and contact your co-workers or family members.

If you have been harassed and verbally abused by Minority Legal Network, you must know that you are protected by The Fair Debt Collection Practices Act law.

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Get Help From Francis & Mailman

Francis & Mailman is one of the experienced team of attorneys who takes full responsibility and helps their consumers to fight against abusive Minority Legal Network.

We will check your credit report making sure that you are not a victim of theft identity. Criminals can steal your personal identity and create loans or accounts.

Call Francis & Mailman at 877-735-8600 for a free review. Lets stop collection and harassment now.

Cases Against Meridian Management Solutions

Hartman v. Meridian Fin. Servs., Inc.
191 F. Supp. 2d 1031 (W.D. Wis. 2002). Once notified that a consumer is now represented by an attorney, the collector’s communications with said consumer violated the FDCPA.

Hartman v. Meridian Fin. Servs., Inc.
191 F. Supp. 2d 1031 (W.D. Wis. 2002). Collector’s threat to report to a CRA any unpaid debt more than 45 days from date of placement without explanation of when the account was reported was a misleading misrepresentation in violation of FDCPA.

Hartman v. Meridian Fin. Servs., Inc.
191 F. Supp. 2d 1031 (W.D. Wis. 2002). A third party debt collector’s contact with consumers in the name of the original creditor was a false representation in violation of FDCPA.

Hartman v. Meridian Fin. Servs., Inc.
191 F. Supp. 2d 1031 (W.D. Wis. 2002). The debt collector’s initial communications with consumers in the name of the original creditor failed to contain the validation notice and was in violation of FDCPA.


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