Did you receive a robo call from Asset Acceptance, LLC on your cell phone between 2009 to 2014?

Rex Anderson in front of Court HouseA company called Asset Acceptance, LLC buys and collects on billions of dollars of bad debt each year. The FTC has prosecuted Asset Acceptance on various occassions for unscrupulous business practices including abusive, deceptive and unfair practices in collecting debts.

Recently it was determined that Asset violated the Telephone Consumer Protection Act by making automated calls to consumers on their cell phones without their consent between April 17, 2009 and September 4, 2014. If you received such a “robocall” from Asset Acceptance, LLC, or know another person who did, you may be able to have your debt forgiven.

It does not matter that you owed the debt. Asset is still required to follow the law when collecting a legitimate debt. And it gets better if Asset was robo dialing you about a debt you did not owe. As a third party, stranger to the debt, the case is a slam dunk for up to $3000.00 per call! Such activity by a debt collector is a violation of the Telephone Consumer Protection Act, 47 U.S.C. §§ 227 et seq., (“TCPA”), passed by Congress to protect OUR PRIVACY from annoying automated calls to our cell phones.

If you believe you have received such call, attorney Rex Anderson, can answer your questions and determine if you are entitled to debt relief and/or a cash settlement.

Various pleadings and other documents from the Asset Acceptance case can be found on the Fox TCPA Settlement website.

The class action case is entitled, Fox v. Asset Acceptance, LLC. Case Number 2:14-cv-00734-GW-FFM, (U.S. Dist. Ct. for the Central District of California),

Please note that claims in that case must be submitted online or postmarked no later than December 28, 2015.

If submitting by mail, send the completed form to:

Fox v. Asset Acceptance, LLC Settlement
c/o Heffler Claims Group
P.O. Box 440
Philadelphia, PA 19105-0440

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