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Are you being harassed by Pro Collect?

Third party collection agencies, like Pro Collect, can easily become aggressive when trying to contact consumers and collect payments. Their actions can become harassment, however, and you have rights protecting you from a debt collector’s threats. Under the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act, debt collectors are limited in what they can say and do while communicating with consumers. Debt collectors cannot contact you before 8 a.m. or after 9 p.m., and they cannot contact your workplace to get information about you from your employer. They also are prohibited from using profane language or threatening arrest or legal action against you to do what they want.

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Don’t stand for abusive debt collectors and their harmful tactics. Fight back. If your rights have been violated, you have the right to sue for damages. If Pro Collect has harassed you and abused your rights, fill out our free case review form and get into contact with our attorneys today to help you.

Contact Information for Pro Collect, Inc.

Address 12170 N. Abrams Rd., Suite 100
City Dallas
State  Texas
Zip Code 75243
Phone 1 214-341-7788
Phone 2 800-839-8186
Fax 888-897-3012
Web www.procollect.com

 


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  1. Amber L Oson says:

    procollect keeps calling me at work over and over which is getting me in trouble with my boss.

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