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Are you being harassed by debt collectors from VRM Collections?

Debt collectors have certain practices they have to follow, but that’s not always the case. Often times a collector’s tactics can become threatening and abusive. Your consumer rights are protected under the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act, so you don’t have to put up with their harassment. If you find yourself in the middle of a crisis with a debt collector from VRM Collections, fill out a free case review form and call 1-877-735-8600. The consumer protection attorneys at Francis & Mailman are ready to help you fight back against unethical debt collectors.

Contact Information for VRM Collections – Vigden Receivables Management

Address 2825 Wilcrest Drive, Ste 656
City Houston
State  Texas
Zip Code 77042-6007
Phone 1 800-809-4952
Phone 2 713-358-7400
Fax 713-358-7450
Branden D. Vigliotti (Texas Charter)
Email bvigliotti@vrmllc.com
Website www.uflp.com


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  1. Sarah says:

    my daughter called this number,then was transferred to a number in CA,415-932-8905,he said he was an attorney named Franklin Bishop IV,there is no attorney named that.Told my daughter if she didn’t pay them $500. by tonight,the sheriff will take her to jail and her driver’s license would be suspended. HORRIBLE, my daughter has a depression problem anyway, this didn’t help!

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