When a collection agency does something like contact your employer about your alleged debt, threatens to sue you without actually intending to sue you, or calls at times that are inconvenient to you, they are violating the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA). If this happens to you, you may be eligible for up to $1,000 in damages. When you think a collection agency is using embarrassing or harassing tactics to collect a debt, it's best you first contact a consumer rights attorney. With help from your lawyer, you can get the harassing means to stop. A lawyer will know what are considered violations and what are not and can help you receive compensation. Below are collection agencies beginning with Com-Cov. Learn what to do if you are experiencing tactics from an agency below. Commercial Auditors Corporation Commercial Collection Consultants Commonwealth Financial Services Complete Payment Recovery Services Complete Recovery Corporation Conrad Acceptance Corporation Commercial Trade Bureau Commercial Trade Bureau of California Commercial Recovery Systems Complete Collection Solutions, Inc. Computer Credit, Inc. Condor Securitization Trust Congress Collection Corp. Called By Conrad Credit Corporation ConServe Consolidated Asset Recovery Systems Consolidated Media Services Consolidated Recovery Group Constantino Law Office, P.C. Constar Financial Services, LLC Consumer Adjustment Company Consumer Collection Management Consumer Portfolio Services Consumer Solutions Group Continental Central Credit Convergent Convergence Acquisitions, LLC Cornerstone Credit Services Continental Collection Agency Continental Credit Control Continental Service Group, Inc. Contract Callers, Inc. Controlled Credit Corporation Cook & Associates Cooling & Winter Commercial Acceptance Company Cooperative Adjustment Bureau Covington Credit More collection agencies that start with "C": C-CB, CC-CM, CN-Col, Cr-Cy.