Fidelity Information Corporation

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Fidelity Information Corporation is a collection agency located in Los Angeles California. Fidelity Information Corporation is not a scam. They are a real collection agency.

If they are trying to collect a debt from you make sure you know your rights under the FDCPA. All debt collectors must follow the laws under the FDCPA, but many do not.

They may use harassment, intimidation or abuse in order to collect a debt. Wether you owe the debt or not, Fidelity Information Corp must follow the law.

Is Fidelity Information Corporation Harassing You?

Fidelity Information Corporation may use harassing tactics when trying to collect a debt. They may call you early in the morning or late at night, call your employer, or call you at work. Sometimes collection agencies will reach out to your family and friends. None of this is legal.

Their actions can cause serious stress and can harm your reputation. When you don’t owe the debt, or they are not giving you all of the correct information about the debt, it can make the whole process a nightmare. You do not have to put up with the stress and harassment from Fidelity Information Corporation.

When debt collectors violate your rights under the FDCPA you have the right to sue them for damages.

Hire Francis & Mailman to Deal with Collections Harassment

If Fidelity Information Corporation has violated your rights, you need the consumer protection law firm of Francis & Mailman on your side. They are here to fight for your rights under the FDCPA, and make sure you receive any payments you are owed.

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Fidelity Information Corporation Contact Information

Address P.O. Box 49938
City Los Angele
State  California
Zip Code 90049-0938
Phone 1 310-573-9944
Phone 2 800-501-8085

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  1. Upset Customer says:

    I spoke with a rep this morning who claims her name is Rebecca. She was rude, loud and unprofessional. When I requested to speak with her supervisor she told me to send a letter to the P.O. Box. When I asked for her first and last name she hung up on me. Does anyone have any information on who is in charge of these unprofessional, uneducated reps for this company? Something needs to be said.

  2. Rick Zimmer says:

    I signed up service today and viewed copy of my Experian credit report.

    Much to my surprise I just found a derogatory report in my credit file from an agency in CA, Fidelity Information Corp that charges a small fee to individuals to try and collect debts.

    I wrote this company back within the 30 days required disputing the debt as incorrect. It stems from an old roommate trying to get additional money from me when he has already been paid. I haven’t heard from him in 3 years and now all of a sudden I receive this collection letter out of the blue. I assume he is just broke and in need of money so he is in essence committing what I would term “legalized extortion” by having a collection agency try to collect some money for him that he is not due.

    As I said I wrote the company and disputed the debt and all they did was write back and say they verified the debt was valid. They said I needed to deal with him directly so they are obviously not a “collection agency” per se but rather a seller of collection letters. You do not deal with the collection agency but the actual creditor, which I always thought was incorrect once a debt is in collections.

    How can this be a valid debt collection attempt when there is no written agreement or lease that this party could have provided them to verify the debt or any proof of it whatsoever? They are simply taking his word for it that he is entitled to the amount he is trying to have them force me to pay to him directly.

    I assumed that my letter of dispute to the agency should have been sufficient and that would be the end of the matter since this party cannot prove this is a legitimate debt. Much to my surprise this collection company has put a derogatory mark on my Experian credit report that is obviously incorrect.

    Is it truly this easy for an individual who would like to get some free money to actually have a bad mark put on your credit report if you refuse to pay up? I can’t believe there aren’t safeguards in place to prevent this sort of abuse of one’s credit report and score.

    Using this scenario who’s to say that the next time I could use some extra cash I simply have a collection agency send you a threatening collection letter and when you refuse to pay me the money I am demanding I simply and legally put a blemish on your credit report in retaliation for your lack of cooperation at being fleeced? That is outrageous!

    Please tell me the best way to get this erroneous entry on my credit report immediately removed. It is the sole blemish on my Experian report whose score was around 824 or so before this entry dropped it about 50 points. I still have a good score but I don’t want this on my record whatsoever.

    Thank you for your assistance!

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