Stop Harassment Calls From Comenity Bank
If the Comenity Bank continues to make calls to you and solicit your attention even after you have instructed them not to, it is illegal and constitutes harassment that you can stop.
The Telephone Consumer Protection Act of 1991 (TCPA) outlines that any communication, including phone calls, telemarketing calls, prerecorded calls that are unsolicited can be taken to court for harassment.
A quick checklist to determine debt harassment from debt collectors:
The following behaviors from debt collectors can classify as harassment and qualifies for legal action:
- Getting calls from debt collectors from automated equipment
- Receiving calls despite you instructing them not to call you
- Receiving calls several times a week
- Receiving calls before 8:00 a.m. and after 9:00 p.m.
- Receiving calls at your workplace
- Using abusive language; threatening to harm you or sue you and telling you that you have committed a crime
- Informing others/talking to others about your debt, for example someone at your workplace
- Not being informed of your right to dispute the debt
- Not getting a letter within five days of the first collection phone call
Victims of these practices can bring suit in the local state court, including small claims court, specifically against the person making the phone calls found to be violating the TCPA guidelines.
Simply call us at 855-254-7841 and we will help you stop debt collection harassment calls from Comenity Bank.
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