First National Collection Bureau Calling? | Debt Abuse + Harassment Lawyer

Hi folks, I’m Sergei Lemberg. I run Lemberg Law, the consumer law firm that
sponsors We don’t charge consumers for our services
and have recovered more than thirty million dollars for more than ten thousand clients. If First National Collection Bureau is harassing
you, calling your cell phone, calling your friends or family, turn the tables. Pick up the phone and give us a call. Let me tell you a couple of things about First
National Collection Bureau. They’re based in Carson City, Nevada. They’ve been around since 1992. They buy debts from Asset Acceptance, Encore
and NCO. Credit cards, student loans, non sufficient
checks, auto deficiencies, and other debts. They’ve been sued 110 times in federal courts. If First National Collection Bureau is calling
you, they could be violating the law – whether or not you actually owe the debt. They could be violating the Telephone Consumer
Protection Act by robocalling you on your cell phone without your consent or after you
told them to stop calling. Under the TCPA, you could be entitled to up
to fifteen hundred dollars per call. They could also be breaking the Fair Debt
Collection Practices Act. There’s lots of violations but the common
ones are: repeated calls to you or harassment; threats of lawsuits; failing to tell you that
they’re debt collectors; calling you at work after you told them not to; talking to
third parties about your debt; or misleading you. If your FDCPA rights have been violated, you
may be entitled to up to one thousand dollars plus legal fees. There’s only one way to find out. Give us a call. We’ll be glad to talk to you. Don’t wait. Don’t take it on the chin. Call us now for a free consultation. We’ll help you get you the justice you deserve.

4 comments on “First National Collection Bureau Calling? | Debt Abuse + Harassment Lawyer”

  1. shykittyfool says:

    First National Credit/Collections 202-684-3180 Are scammers

  2. Denisse Alexandra Cue says:

    Thank again for your help, I didn't really notice that they were asking for a lot more than I had to pay, and I didn't understand my own rights. Thanks again!!!!

  3. Lauren Conners says:

    Good information. It's very helpful to hear what our rights are.

  4. Christina Bowman says:

    It sets my mind at ease to know that other people are also getting these calls, and that the First National Collection Bureau is violating my rights!

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