Sometimes consumers get behind on their debts, and when that happens, the creditor turns it over to a collection agency. While some collection agencies handle the collections process like true professionals, there are some that harass consumers and employ unscrupulous tactics. Because of these behaviors, the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA) was enacted in 1978 on a federal level. If a collection agency violates the FDCPA, they can be punished, and the consumer can pursue a claim against the collector to recover compensation for their damages. If you have been harassed by NCB Management Services, you can pursue a claim against them.
NCB Management Services
NCB Management Services is a debt collection agency that is based in Trevose, Pennsylvania. Established in 1994, it provides first party and third-party collections services, and, also handles pre-charge-off recovery services. The agency boasts of their ability to accelerate cash flow by increasing recoveries of delinquent debts. According to records, many consumers have filed complaints against NCB Management Services alleging harassment.
How Much is Frequently?
In the FDCPA, it indicates that “the frequency and persistence of noncompliance by the debt collector” isn’t permitted, so it would be considered harassment. The more often you receive calls from NCB Management Services, the more likely you are to have a successful claim against them should you pursue a claim against them in court.
As an example of harassment and an FDCPA violation, NCB Management Services may be calling you repeatedly on Sunday, which is against your religion. If you answer a call and tell them that you don’t want them to call you anymore on Sunday and they continue to call you 3 or 4 times every Sunday, you are likely to succeed with a claim against NCB Management Services in court. If you don’t answer a call or tell them of your objection, you cannot claim that the calls were harassment because you didn’t notify the collection agency of your wishes.
Stop The Harassing Calls
If you are being harassed by NCB Management Services, you should enlist the help of an FDCPA lawyer who is licensed in your state. When you retain an FDCPA attorney, you are much more likely to have a successful claim. FDCPA lawyers work on a contingency basis, which means they aren’t paid until your claim has been won. You want to ensure you maintain thorough documentation and evidence to support your harassment claim against NCB Management Services, so complete the free case evaluation form on this page so an attorney in your area can review the details of your case and determine the best way to proceed with your claim against NCB Management Services for their FDCPA violations. Get your free case review today!
*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 NCB Management Services or any other third-party collection agency, you may not be entitled to receive compensation.