Williams & Fudge

Williams & Fudge is a real debt collection agency they are not a scam. Williams and Fudge specializes in higher education debt collection. If you had unpaid fees at your college or university, they may be the company hired to collect it.

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If you are receiving multiple calls per week, calls early in the morning or late at night, calls at work, calls to your friends and family, or threatening and profane messages, you may be entitled to damages. Harassing collection practices are illegal. Williams and Fudge must follow the laws set by the Fair Debt Collection Act. If Williams & Fudge have violated any of these laws, or have caused you serious stress, you are not alone.

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Williams & Fudge Contact Information

Address 300 Chatham Avenue
City Rock Hill
State  South Carolina
Zip Code 29731
Phone 1 800-849-9791
Fax 803-329-0797
Website www.wfcorp.com


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  1. terry says:

    This company has been demanding and very harrassing on the phone. WHen I have asked them for written statment about my debt and the settlement amount I agreed to via the mail they said they don\’t mail letters out regarding that and that they wouldn\’t make any exceptions but they could email me something. WHat is the differene if they email or mail. I wanted something official from them and they won\’t send it. I also said I would pay them on a certain day and they said I had to pay by a certain time which I couldn\’t. I had to wait till later in the day. They began pushing me to tell them who was paying the debt off for me and they would call them to get the money. I have never recieved any mail from them. I found my debt through them via the credit report. I had to call a number on there which then led me through two different companies till I finally got their number.
    You would think that if they were going to get paid then they wouldn\’t be so rude, pushy and harrassing on the phone. You would also think they would be willig to send me some letter in the mail stating who they are and what we were working on.

    • Tammy McCray says:

      These stories about this company is very disturbing. They contacted me, telling me that I owe 1,297.00 for classes that I took back in 2009, that should have been covered under the student loan. I did not take out any other loan with the South University online course. I called the school and it was said my balance was -0- meaning they turned it over to Williams and Fudge and not the Board of Ed, where I received the loan. I didn’t complete the course. I stopped after 3mths. I’m currently paying back on the student loan which covered my classes and now the School wants me to pay them again for the same classes.

  2. Wendy says:

    I just received a phone call from Julia Williams from Williams and Fudge who previously called my mother in NY. I have lived in Florida over 30 years. When I called this person back at 803-326-1399, they had my address as a NY address from 1983. They stated it was an attempt to collect a debt from when I attended college over 25 years ago. I have never had an outstanding collection in my life, do I need to worry about them placing a derogatory item on my credit? Do I need to worry about them harassing my 75 year old mother again?

  3. Geo says:

    I was willing to accept a settelement offer with out admitting ownership of a debt just wanted to make this ordeal go away. AND like #1-terry, I was told that Williams & Fudge refused to put anything in writing via mail or letter head as a matter of policy. In otherwords, they were going to get paid, and all I needed was a paper that clearly spelled out the terms and specified the debt plus account information. A big No Go. They weren’t interested in putting anything on paper, and stated e-mail would have to suffice. No problem…so I clearly expanded and added specifics in an e-mail response to their e-mailed offer for a settelment at 50% of the origional debt. I clearly stated that this e-mail negotiation was a binding agreement, in keeping with legal precedence. No response as of yet with a looming deadline for the proposed pay off. At this point, I am inclined to simply let it go to court. It appears that Williams&Fudge isn’t behaving in an ethical manner. Why attempt to pay them on any settelment offer? Who knows what will happen after your done?

  4. Jason says:

    I dealt with these people a couple of years ago and they were relentless. Anyway, I had paid them on their payment plan. Now there is something on my credit report and I want a letter from them to send to the credit company. I called last year and they said they would email me a letter. Well, still nothing and this is on my credit report still.

  5. Nadiym says:

    I have a problem with them now too. I went to CCP in 2011 and 2013, and they said Williams and Fudge sends a letter stating I owe 1650.00. But my mom paid all my loans for school. That was the plan. I go to school if she payed the loan until I get a job. So she went on a payment plan and paid it off. Now from what I know, if I had an outstanding balance, I wouldn’t have been able to finance a car or go back to school again as of 2014. As well as, there is no collections and my school loan is closed at a zero balance and when I called FASFA they said it was paid off. Williams and Fudge, and I’m not paying a dime.

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