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Chase receivables is one of the largest debt collection agencies. They work with a number of different industries to collect outstanding debts. Chase Receivables is not a scam, they are a legitimate company, they must however, adhere by fair collections practices set by The Fair Debt Collection Practices Act. The FDCPA protects consumers like you from being harassed by debt collection agencies.

Is Chase Receivables Harassing You?

Is Chase Receivables collection agency using obscene language when talking with you, lying about debt owed, or even threatening you? This type of debt collection harassment is illegal.

You have the right to sue Chase Receivables for harassing you and violating the laws under the FDCPA.

Many times you may feel helpless, or feel like you have broken the law, due to false information that a collection agency like Chase Receivables may have, or may have told you.

Make sure you know your rights and get the help you need to stop collections harassment.

Hire Francis & Mailman and get your life back

Francis & Mailman consumer protection law firm is here to fight for you. They can sue debt collection agencies and get you any damages you are owed. If Chase Receivables is harassing you for debt you do not owe or have violated any of your rights under the FDCPA, fill out our form or call now for a free case review 1-877-735-8600.

Chase Receivables Contact Information

Address  1247 Broadway
City Sonoma
State California
Zip Code 95476
Phone 1  800-622-0484
Phone 2 800-540-7336
Fax  707-933-3613
Email chaserec@chaserec.co
Website www.chaserec.com
  1. M Tilley says:

    These assclowns have been calling me twice a day for a week axeing for someone who does not live here. They have been told 4 times no one is here by that name & to not call this number again. Yet after I’m assured my # will be removed from their “records” they call back 2-3 hours later. What can I do legally to make them stop this violation of the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act?

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