Category Archives for "TCPA"

Tell Rex Anderson PC About Your Experience with A Debt Collector

Judge Grants Mixed Ruling in Yet Another Example of FDCPA Ambiguity If you have dealt with a debt collector and have concerns about the collection process, rights you were not even aware of may have been violated. For example, you may not have been apprised of your rights to dispute the debt within 30 days […]

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The FCC Affirms TCPA Protections Against Robo Calls

The FCC Affirms Telephone Consumer Protection Act Protections Against Robo–Calls Despite Protests by Banks, Debt Collectors and Telemarketers. The FCC voted 2-3 in favor of continuing protections afforded to consumers against nuisance and harassing robo-calling and robo-texting by telemarketers and debt collection agencies. The Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA) enacted in 1991 has been the […]

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Federal Authorities Are Finally Cracking Down On Debt Collection Agencies

A report by CNN (http://money.cnn.com/2014/11/18/news/debt-collectors-arrest/) reveals that the FBI, the U.S. Attorney’s Office, the Federal Trade Commission, and the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau are beginning to crack down on debt collectors. Debt collection agencies, including William, Scott & Associates, are going well beyond just harassing phone calls—and finally, it’s not just the consumer on the […]

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2 United Recovery Systems – Stop Getting Harassed by This Collection Agency

United Recovery Systems, “URS”, is a collection agency headquartered in Houston, TX and operating out of several offices in the southwest U.S. and Mexico. When credit card companies, retailers, and other businesses find it difficult to collect on monies owed them, they sometimes seek the services of collectors like United Recovery Systems. A company with […]

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