Nationwide Credit, Inc.

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Is Nationwide Credit, Inc Harassing You about False Debt?

When agencies like Nationwide Credit have false information about a debt they are trying to collect, it may feel like a scam, but is usually it is a mix up with a social security number or an old debt that may have been closed out.

Sometimes, the debt collectors may not believe you or want to work with you in order to fix these issues, and may resort to threatening you, or trying to intimidate you. These tactics plus many others are not allowed by any debt collectors, including Nationwide Credit.

You do have the right to dispute any debt, and the collection agency, must prove that the debt is in fact yours. Make sure you document any phone calls and any other communications you have with Nationwide Credit.

If Nationwide Credit Inc is calling you at odd hours to collect on a debt that you do not owe, or you do not recognize the debt, the law firm of Francis & Mailman is on your side. If they are breaking the laws set by the FDCPA you may be entitled to compensation.

Credit report errors and false debt are sometimes the result of identity theft or mixing your social security number where criminals will use your personal information to make purchases and then leave you with the bill.

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Call the law firm of Francis & Mailman at 1-877-735-8600 for a free case review. We will discuss your problem, file a lawsuit against Nationwide Credit, Inc, and fix the errors on your credit report.

Cases against Nationwide Credit, Inc.

West v. Nationwide Credit, Inc.
998 F. Supp. 642 (W.D.N.C.1998). FDCPA states that it is a violation of the law for debt collectors to disclose any information regarding the debt to someone other than the consumer or the consumer’s spouse. Debt collector disclosed the debt to a third party by contacting the consumer’s neighbor and leaving a detailed message regarding the debt.

Nationwide Credit, Inc. Contact Information

Address 1  2002 Summit Blvd Ste 600
City Atlanta
State Georgia
Zip Code 30319
Address 2 P.O. BOX 26314
State Pennsylvania
Zip Code 18002-6314
Phone 1 800-456-4729
Phone 2 678-486-1027
Fax 770-612-7335

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  1. Mike Wasko says:

    I have an old Directv debt that I settled some time ago with another agency. This company has recently put this debt back onto my report. I recently send them proof of payment through the old agency, and am awaiting their response. I think that they should have contacted me (at which time I would have proven payment has been made) before placing this incorrect information onto my credit report.

  2. Diane Miller says:

    I have received harrasing phone calls on my cell phone for a bill that is not mine. I’m told it will be taken off but the calls continue to come. Perhaps if they used an American Company to make these calls the corrections and deletions would be made.

  3. Milissa Perkins says:

    I have a Directv acct. on my credit report, which I do not owe. I have been through this before with Directv, so this time when I had my service D/C I kept my final bill with a $0 balance. Out of the blue, a year later I start getting calls from this collection agency that I owe Directv $106. I sent them a copy of my final, showing that I didn’t owe any money to anyone. I showed them the proof. I looked at my credit report a few days ago, and this hasn’t been corrected as of yet. It still shows that I owe a balance and its still in collections. This infuriates me!

  4. Cathy says:

    I’ve been receiving calls from NCI for just about a year now. I was unfortunate to be assigned a phone number of someone who apparently has a lot of debt. I’ve explained to NCI numerous times that I am not the person they are trying to contact. I do not know these folks or am I related to take my number off their calling list. The calls continue. After receiving an informative v-msg Sunday evening I returned their call today. I asked for their mailing address to send a certified letter informing them if I continue to receive calls I will seek an attorney to file harassment charges against them. The letter went out today. I’ve had enough.

  5. James H. Williams says:

    I received a call from this agency tonight (2/3/10) at 8:20 pm. I know absolutely nothing about this company, and I have absolutely no reason to be doing business with this company. I am reporting the call the to National Do Not Call Registry.

    James H. Williams

  6. Mike says:

    I have been receiving calls for someone named Annett Francis for almost one year, I am not this person! Have called them 5 times and waited on hold for up to one hour each time to tell them, each time I am reassured I will receive NO MORE CALLS. They call early and late up to 3 times a day, filling my answering machine so i miss other important (calls that are for me) I’m DONE!

  7. Andre Williams says:

    I received a letter in the mail from Nationwide regarding an account that I settled with DirecTV and another collection agency almost six months ago, and I haven’t had DirecTV service at my new residence and never received a bill until today. These tactics of waiting until the average consumer has forgotten or thrown away their old paperwork thinking they’re in the clear and then sending new collections letters fishing for money are shameful and should be illegal.

  8. Debbie Kurth says:

    They keep calling me and I do not own any monies to anyone. All credit cards and loans have been handled. This is a scam.

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