Coface Collections North America, Inc (CCNA)

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There have been many complaints against Coface Collections North America and their questionable tactics. Some consumers have stated that the reps at Coface Collections have harassed them and been extremely rude when contacting them about a debt. Even more are claiming that Coface Collections North America is contacting them about debt that is not even owed.

Are You Being Harassed By Coface Collections?

Is Coface Collections North America calling you over and over to annoy and bug you? The FDCPA was put in place to protect us all from debt collection agencies that engage in harassment and intimidation.

If your rights under the FDCPA have been violated by Coface Collections North America, you have the right to sue them for damages.

Debt collection harassment can cause you serious stress, and can ruin your reputation. Many times they will contact your friends and family in order to get you to pay a debt. None of this is legal and you need to hire a consumer protection lawyer to fight back for you.

Hire Francis & Mailman to Fight Debt Collection Harassment

Most consumers do not realize that they have rights when it comes to debt collection agencies. You do not have to put up will harassing phone calls, profanity, and intimidation from debt collectors. Francis & Mailman are here to fight for you and stop the debt collection harassment. Fill out our quick form, or call us today to get your free case evaluation 1-877-735-8600.

Coface Collections North America, Inc (CCNA) Contact Information

Address 3001 Division Street
City Metairie
State Louisiana
Zip Code 70002
Phone 1 800-509-6060
Fax (none)
Website www.coface-usa.com

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