The Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA) was enacted in 1978 to protect consumers from harassment and the unscrupulous practices of debt collectors. If you believe that Ad Astra Recovery Services, Inc., is violating the FDCPA and that you are being harassed, you can pursue a claim against them for their actions. You might be able to recover compensation for your damages through this claim.
Ad Astra Recovery Services, Inc.
Ad Astra Recovery Services, Inc., also referred to as AARS, is both a consumer lender and a third-party debt collector that is based in Kansas. According to public records, Ad Astra Recovery Services, Inc., has had numerous complaints filed against them for violating the FDCPA. Some consumers allege that AARS tried to collect debts that weren’t owed or used misleading or false wording to try to trick the consumer into paying the debt.
How Much is Frequently?
The FDCPA refers to “the frequency and persistence of noncompliance by the debt collector” as being harassment and violating the laws. The law doesn’t specifically state the exact number or frequency of calls that must be made to be considered harassment. However, the more calls that are made, the more likely you are to have a strong case against Ad Astra Recovery Services, Inc. You should document every call that you receive and maintain those records as evidence.
When you receive a call from AARS, write down the date and time, the number from which the call originated, the name of the representative, and then a brief summary of the discussion. If you have been called by AARS on a Sunday and you have asked them to stop calling you on Sunday and they continue to do so 4 or 5 times every Sunday, then you will most likely have a strong harassment case against them. If you ignore the calls and they call multiple times every Sunday, you are not likely to have a successful claim because they don’t know you object to calls on that specific day of the week.
Stop The Harassing Calls
If Ad Astra Recovery Services, Inc., has been harassing you with countless calls and threats, you can pursue a claim against them for the FDCPA violation and to get the harassment to stop. You will not have to pay anything upfront because FDCPA attorneys work on the contingency basis. To make sure your claim gets underway in a timely manner, complete the free case evaluation form on this page so an FDCPA lawyer in your area can review the details of your case and determine the best way to proceed with your claim. Get your case reviewed today so the harassment can be put to a stop!
*Disclaimer: The content of this article serves only to provide information and should not be construed as legal advice. If you file a claim against Ad Astra Recovery Services, Inc., or any other third-party collection agency, you may not be entitled to receive compensation.