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How to deal with banned debt collection agencies

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By: Good Nelly
on 21st Jul,2016

Here is a list of 103 debt collection agencies that have been banned by the FTC. Find out how to deal with them.
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More than 100 debt collection agencies have been banned by federal court orders for deceiving consumers and violating laws. The following companies have been banned from the debt collection industry:

  1. American Credit Crunchers, LLC
  2. American Mutual Holdings, Inc.
  3. Andre Keith Sanders
  4. Angela J. Triplett
  5. Asset & Capital Management Group
  6. Barry Sussman
  7. Brett Fisher
  8. Broadway Global Master, Inc. d/b/a BGM
  9. Buffalo Staffing, Inc.
  10. Capitol Exchange, LLC
  11. Carolina Orellana
  12. Centro Natural
  13. Chantelle Dickey
  14. Charles Dickey
  15. Charles Glander
  16. Charles Hutchins
  17. Check Enforcement, Inc.
  18. Check Investors, Inc.
  19. Check Systems, LLC
  20. Chris Lenyszyn
  21. Commercial Receivables Acquisition, Inc., also d/b/a Commercial Recovery Authority, Inc.; and The Forwarding Company
  22. Credit MP, LLC
  23. Credit Source Plus, LLC (a Georgia company)
  24. Credit Source Plus, LLC (an Ohio company)
  25. Crown Funding Company, LLC
  26. Damian Biondi
  27. David Cohen
  28. David M. Hynes, II a/k/a David M. Hynes, Jr.
  29. Debtcom, Inc., also d/b/a Cole, Tanner, & Wright
  30. DeMarra J. Massey
  31. Diane L. Bella
  32. Dorian Wills
  33. Ebeeze, LLC
  34. eCapital Services, LLC
  35. Forensic Case Management Services, Inc., also d/b/a Commercial Investigations, Inc.; Commercial Recovery Solutions, Inc.; and Rumson, Bolling and Associates
  36. Frank E. Lindstrom, Jr.
  37. Freestar World, LLC
  38. Gerald Wright
  39. Global Acceptance, LLC
  40. Goldberg Maxwell, LLC
  41. Goldman Schwartz Inc., also d/b/a Goldman Schwartz, Lieberman & Stein
  42. Green Fidelity Allegiance, Inc.
  43. Harris County Check Recovery Inc.
  44. Heather True
  45. Heritage Capital Services, LLC
  46. Heritage Management Services, LLC
  47. Hope V. Wilson
  48. In-Arabia Solutions, Inc.
  49. Interchex Systems, LLC
  50. Jacob E. Kirbis
  51. James S. Hynes
  52. James Novella
  53. Jaredco, Inc.
  54. Jason R. Begley
  55. Javier Sumbre
  56. Jennifer Zamora
  57. Jessica Anzola
  58. Jim Tran Phelps
  59. John Williams
  60. Joseph C. Bella, III
  61. Keith Hua
  62. Kevin Medley
  63. Kirit Patel
  64. K.I.P., LLC
  65. Lisa J. Jeter
  66. Lorena Quiroz-Hynes a/k/a Lorena Quiroz and Lorena Hynes
  67. Luis A. Shaw
  68. Morgan Jackson, LLC
  69. Mullins & Kane, LLC
  70. National Check Registry, LLC
  71. National Processors Group, LLC
  72. Nationwide Payment Processors, LLC
  73. Nichole C. Anderson
  74. One FC, LLC
  75. Performance Payment Processing, LLC
  76. Pinnacle Payment Services, LLC
  77. Pioneer Capital Services, LLC
  78. Platium Express, LLC
  79. Premier Debt Acquisitions LLC, also d/b/a PDA Group LLC
  80. Premium Express Processing, LLC (a Georgia company)
  81. Premium Express Processing, LLC (an Ohio company)
  82. Prizm Debt Solutions LLC, also d/b/a PDS, LLC
  83. Rapid Resolution, LLC
  84. Reliable Resolution, LLC
  85. Samuel Sole and Associates, LLC, also d/b/a SSA Group LLC and Imperial Processing Solutions
  86. Sanders Law, P.A.
  87. Sanders Legal Group, P.A.
  88. SJ Capitol, LLC
  89. Solution Processing, LLC
  90. Specialized Recovery, Inc., also d/b/a Joseph, Steven & Associates; and Specialized Debt Recovery, Inc.
  91. Starlette Foster
  92. Sumore, LLC
  93. Susana Sumbre
  94. Thai Han
  95. The G. Wright Group Inc., also d/b/a The Wright Group
  96. Tobias Boyland
  97. Varang K. Thaker
  98. Velocity Payment Solutions, LLC
  99. Wayne W. Lunsford
  100. Western Capital Group, Inc.
  101. Williams, Scott & Associates, LLC
  102. Windfall Management Systems, LLC
  103. WSA, LLC also d/b/a Warrant Services Association

Why debt collection agencies have been banned

  • Some debt collection agencies threatened to put consumers in jail
  • Some debt collection agencies revealed debt information to coworkers and relatives
  • A few debt collectors asked consumers to pay debts they didn’t owe
  • Some debt collectors harassed consumers with frequent phone calls and sent threatening letters
  • Some debt collectors used offensive language to collect debts
  • Sending adverse information to credit bureaus without revealing the fact that the consumer had previously disputed the information
  • Some debt collectors accused consumers of committing check fraud
  • Some debt collection agencies threatened to garnish wages or impose a lien on properties

For more information, you can visit - The FTC’s Banned Debt Collectors

How to deal with banned debt collection agencies

Well, there are a few steps you can take when you are dealing with a banned debt collection agency, and these are:

  1. Hung up when debt collectors call you regarding a debt. Don’t speak with them.
  2. Politely inform that you know they have been banned from the industry. So, you’re not interested in talking with them.
  3. Don’t negotiate a settlement deal with the collection agency.
  4. Don’t pay a penny to the collection agency.

If the debt collection agency still harasses you, then you can file a complaint against them with the FTC.

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