Associated Credit & Collection Bureau

Associated Credit and Collection Bureau

If you have been receiving debt collection calls from Associated Credit and Collection Bureau, you could have a case for creditor harassment if their conduct violates the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA) or other debt collection laws. Associated Credit and Collection Bureau collects debts and mortgage debts for other creditors. If Associated Credit and Collection Bureau calls you or sends you a monthly statement in an attempt to collect the debt, their conduct is governed by the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act and the Florida Consumer Collection Practices Act (FCCPA).

Once you hire an attorney for representation regarding your debt owed to and collected by Associated Credit and Collection Bureau and provide Associated Credit and Collection Bureau your attorney contact information, Associated Credit and Collection Bureau is no longer allowed to contact you in an attempt to collect the debt. Associated Credit and Collection Bureau is prohibited from calling you in an attempt to collect the debt. Associated Credit and Collection Bureau is prohibited from sending you monthly statements in an attempt to collect the debt. Associated Credit and Collection Bureau also cannot call your cellular telephone using an automatic telephone dialing system once you have told them you have hired an attorney or plan on filing bankruptcy. The automatically dialed telephone calls, called "robo-calls", invade your privacy and could violate the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA). The TCPA provides for $500.00 damages per call placed in violation of the TCPA and up to $1,500.00 per call if the call was knowingly made in violation of the TCPA. These auto-dialed cases can be very valuable to you if you take good notes on calls and let your creditor, Associated Credit and Collection Bureau, know that you have hired an attorney for representation and provide our attorney contact information.

If you are receiving calls from Associated Credit and Collection Bureau, answer the calls. Take good notes using the LD&B Communications Log. And then call the LeavenLaw Consumer Law Hot-line at (727) 362-4922 or send us an e-mail at representation@leavenlaw.com. We represent consumers in unlawful debt collection lawsuits at no up-front cost. You do not pay us any attorney fee unless we win and recover monies for you. In such a case, the creditor or debt collector pays our attorneys fees and costs. If we do not recover for you, you owe us nothing. That is our No Fee Guarantee. The attorneys at LeavenLaw will look forward to helping you with your case.

Revoking Consent

To revoke any consent Associated Credit and Collection Bureau or its affiliated entities have to contact you in an attempt to collect any debt owed to them, including revoking consent to use an automatic telephone dialing system to call your cellular telephone, please either:

  1. Tell them you have hired the attorneys at LeavenLaw to represent you, give them our contact information and then use the LD&B Communications Log to capture information regarding continued unlawful debt collection calls;
  2. Send them a Cease & Desist Letter; or
  3. Follow the instructions below to revoke consent with the above creditor via their website or telephone.

Associated Credit & Collection Bureau

http://accbi.com/contact.html

Follow the link above and fill out the form provided

Phone: (800) 221-0386