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DECA Financial Services

DECA Financial Services collections was started in November of 2009, and has an office in Fishers, Indiana. DECA collection agency is licensed to collect debts all over the nation. DECA Financial Services specializes in collecting debt for the education, healthcare, financial and municipal industries. Municipal collections include things like overdue tickets and citations, taxes, child support, tolls and overpayment on unemployment claims.

DECA Financial Services collections uses a handful of the typical tools that debt collectors rely on, and their website calls them “diligent” telephone campaigns and “persistent” skip tracing. DECA Financial Services collections also records their telephone calls, and then allows the original creditor listen to them at a later date. DECA collection agency website is sports-themed, and the company talks about debt collection as if it were a game, and they are in a competition, saying things like “There is only one winner. Results matter.”

DECA Financial Services Complaints

According to the Better Business Bureau, there are few DECA Financial Services complaints, yet the BBB gives the debt collection agency a C- rating. As of April 2013, the BBB logged 27 closed DECA Financial Services complaints within the previous three years, including 24 closed DECA Financial Services complaints within the previous 12 months. In addition, there were three DECA Financial Services lawsuits filed in federal court during the first three months of 2013, alleging violations of the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act.

Stop Debt Collection Harassment

According to the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act, a debt collector must provide, within five days of their initial contact, a written letter containing the following: the amount of the debt, the creditor to which the debt is owed, any fees or fines that have been added to the original debt, and a statement advising you that you have 30 days to dispute the debt, or any portion of the debt. If you dispute the debt, the debt collector must provide you with validation of the debt, and cease communications until they are able to do so. The FDCPA also specifies that a debt collector may not contact a consumer repeatedly or continuously with intention of annoying, abusing or harassing him or her.

Under the FDCPA, it is unlawful for a debt collector to make threatening comments. Debt collectors may not use obscene language, insult or belittle you in an attempt to coerce you into paying a debt.

If you are being harassed by a debt collector, you have the right to hire an attorney and file suit against them for violating the FDCPA. If found guilty, they may have to pay up to $1,000 in damages, plus attorney’s fees and court costs.

DECA Financial Services Address

DECA Financial Services, LLC
P.O. Box 910
10500 Kincaid Drive
Fishers, IN 46038

DECA Financial Services Phone Number: 877-360-3446


3 thoughts on “DECA Financial Services
  1. These people never even attempted to call me, bill me or send any letters of sort.
    The only communication I got from Deca Financial was the court summons and that was it from a hospital visit I thought was paid in full back in 2010. When I called them to try to work something out, they flat out refused to make any arrangements but full payment. Had I known about this bill when it first happened, I would have paid it asap. Now they expect me to go to court at a location 2 hours away from my home and I have no car, and am laid off from my job so that is impossible.

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