collection bureau of the hudson valley

by dalena
(port jervis,ny,us)

they wont stop calling my house even after i told them not too numerous times. they keep saying oh well it must be different people calling for the same person cause we would have took you off the list.

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Feb 04, 2012
collection bureau of the hudson valley

If you want a debt collector to stop calling you, your best option is to send it a cease contact letter. The federal Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA) says that once a collector receives such a letter, it must stop contacting you, although the collector can get in touch to notify you of any action it plans to take to collect from you -- to sue, for example.

Make a copy of your letter for your files and send the original via certified mail with a return receipt requested. File away the return receipt as well.

You did not indicate in your question whether or not you owe the debt the collector is contacting you about. If you don't, be sure to indicate that fact in your letter.

If the calls continue or if you are sued for the debt, schedule a free consultation with a consumer law attorney right away.

Feb 05, 2012
by: Anonymous

no the debt isn't mine or for anyone in my house hold and it's no one i know.

Sep 06, 2015
Hudson valley
by: Anonymous

They have left me voicemail after voicemail.. But have yet give me any information on why they keep calling.. I pay all of my bills on a monthly basis.

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