Retrieval Masters Creditors Bureau
Retrieval Masters Creditors Bureau is located in New York and has been in business since 1977. They specialize in the medical, telecom, banking, debt buyers and brokers, retail, direct marketer, and transportation industries. They use skip tracing and data analytics to maximize recovery rates. They employ a four-tiered collection approach using manual dialing, client-tailored letter series, auto dialing, and call messaging.
Online discussion boards show a number of consumer complaints against Retrieval Masters Creditors Bureau for attempting to collect debts that were not owed by the person they were calling. Many consumers stated that they were told they owed money for a magazine subscription or club memberships that they never ordered. These involved book clubs and hunting clubs, as well as other types of clubs that the consumers contacted or joined. Another person stated that they were sent a collection letter, but RMCB refused to give them details on who they owed the money to. One woman said that she was told she owed money to a cell phone company that she never had service with, and another stated that she received a fraudulent AT&T bill. A sailor deployed overseas stated that he received a letter stating that he owed money for a wireless account that was no longer in his name.
Stop Retrieval Masters Creditors Bureau Harassment
If you are being contacted by a debt collector, you should educate yourself about your rights under the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA). The FDCPA was created to protect consumers against harassment from debt collectors. The Act outlines how and where debt collectors may contact you, and the behavior that is acceptable when attempting to collect a debt.
Debt collectors may only contact you between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 9:00 p.m. in your time zone, and they may not use harassing or threatening language when speaking with you. They are not allowed to contact you at work if they know you are not allowed to receive personal phone calls there. The only people they are allowed to call, besides you, are your attorney, the creditor’s attorney, the debt collector’s attorney or consumer reporting agencies, if it is permitted by law. Five days after contacting you, they must inform you about the amount of your debt, to whom it is owed, and that you have 30 days to dispute the debt.
If you write to a debt collector asking them to stop contacting you, they must do so, unless they are calling to tell you that they are no longer attempting to collect the debt or are taking legal action to collect it.
If a debt collection agency is not following the rules of the FDCPA, you should report them to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. If you have proof of their violations, you can also file a lawsuit against them, and a judge could order them to pay up to $1,000 plus your court and attorney’s fees. You don’t have to be a victim. Learn your rights, and then take action against debt collectors who are not following the law.
Retrieval Masters Creditors Bureau Contact Information
Retrieval Masters Creditors Bureau
4 Westchester Plaza, Suite 110
Elmsford, NY 10523
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