Fidelity Creditor Service is a debt collection agency, which receives a lot of consumer complaints to our law firm for debt harassment. Find out who they are, why they might calling, and how you can stop them.

The business began working in collections in 1964, also specializes in collecting legal fees, lease payments, medical bills, retail debts, student loans, and civil rights. Fidelity Creditor Service participates in collection strategies, such as predictive auto-dialing (also called robocalling), reporting to the 3 national credit agencies, and reporting to TeleCheck. They also do in-house lawsuit. The debt collection agency claims to have researchers who can locate any man or asset.

Fidelity Creditor Service works on a contingency basis, meaning that they get paid a percentage of what they gather — powerful incentive to accumulate as much money as you can.

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Fidelity Creditor Service Collection Agency Complaints

As of April 2017, the Better Business Bureau reported 23 closed Fidelity Creditor Service complaints over the previous few decades, including 6 closed Fidelity Creditor Service complaints over the past 12 months. The BBB provides Fidelity Creditor Service an F rating. Additionally, Justia lists two Fidelity Creditor Service complaints filed in federal court in the past year alleging violations of the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act, and one alleging violations of the Fair Credit Reporting Act. Moreover, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) lists 57 closed Fidelity Creditor Service complaints for 2016.

Fidelity Creditor Service Collection Agency Address

Fidelity Creditor Service
441 N. Varney Street, Suite 2
Burbank, CA 91502
Fidelity Creditor Service Phone Number: 800-440-1981
Website: http://www.fcscollect.com/

Understanding Your Debt Collection Rights

The Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA) includes many diverse provisions that are intended to protect consumers from debt collectors’ aggressive strategies. Nevertheless, debt collectors often tell consumers things that just are not correct. By way of instance, a debt collection agency can’t garnish your wages or your bank accounts unless they have a judgment to do so. In addition, it’s illegal for a debt collector to pretend to be an attorney, a court officer, or a law enforcement officer.

If you feel as if your FDCPA rights have been violated, you do have recourse. You have every right to choose the offending debt collector to court, and sue for around $1000 dollars in statutory damages, plus court costs and lawyer fees. Although you can file a complaint with government agencies such as the CFPB or FTC, they rarely sue on behalf of people. You can however, get your day in court by filing a single lawsuit against a debt collector who violates the law.

Prepared to Stop Collection Harassment?

If you are being hounded by debt collectors, you need to complete our form for a FREE case evaluation, or call 844-685-9200. The Lemberg Law legal staff is about to hold debt collectors accountable and fight for your rights.

What Our Clients are Saying

I could not be happier with all of the hard work your workplace has done for me. I feel throughout the entire process I had been kept informed, and my questions were always answered completely. The calls have stopped, I no longer have a mountain of crap bills piling up, and I owe it all to Lemberg Law.”

A simple “thank you” doesn’t go far enough.”

“My lawyer was able to attain a settlement and dismissal for me now in this instance. This settlement was at my petition, and I am quite pleased that she had been able to assist me in resolving this situation. She’s been great to work with, very professional at all times, and has the power to present options in a simple manner that I could understand. Words can’t express how much I appreciate the help I received from her in this annoying and perplexing case.”

Can You Help Me Delete Fidelity Creditor Service from My Credit Report?

In a word, yes. We will do our best to help. Call us today.

Sound Off!

Have you had a bad experience with this agency’s debt collectors? Sound off and share your experience with other visitors in the comment box below.

2 COMMENTS
  • Courtnee Brown

    I had this account deleted off of my credit after I sent them emails from the account owner having the incorrect amount owed. I was told the account owner would not give them any documents showing otherwise. They didn’t adjust the amount, so I disputed it and it was removed. Over a year later, they put a hard inquiry on my credit. When I called, the young lady said she didn’t know why it was an inquiry but that it was for the same account I had deleted. I called Experian and was told Fidelity would have to send them a letter to change it. Fast forward to today 1/16/18, I get a call from them again. That’s how they put the accounts in with the Credit Bureau. I asked to speak to a manager ( Frank) who confirmed they had been told by the account owner the amount was correct but did not have documentation. He then tried to manipulate me into agreeing to pay in full almost $1000 then what the balance was. I refused and he began to go crazy. Telling me he would change the information with the Experian from a hard inquiry to a collection account ( all of a sudden that was an option now) and make sure it can’t be deleted this time. I told him I would pay the account holder directly, in full, the balance I owe and he said it still won’t go away. I don’t know what my options are but these bully tactics, yelling over me so my voice can’t be heard on the recorded call and threatening to make sure this can’t be deleted is ridiculous.

  • Sonya Dixon

    Talked to someone supposedly in the legal department implying she was a legal person and demanded the full amount of my collections to be removed because I no longer have documentation to prove otherwise. U tried to negotiate and she said she is not a collection agency and she legally could not do that. Need some help with this situation.

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