The Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA) was passed in 1978 to stop unscrupulous debt collection practices and to keep consumers from being harassed. You might be harassed about debts that you aren’t even responsible for in some cases.
If Glass Mountain Capital, LLC, has harassed you or they have failed to validate your debt, they are in violation of the FDCPA. You have rights, and you can file legal action against Glass Mountain Capital, LLC, to recover compensation for the damages they have caused you. You should talk with an FDCPA lawyer about your situation.
Glass Mountain Capital, LLC
Glass Mountain Capital, LLC, is a collection company with locations in Schaumburg, Illinois, and Buffalo, New York. They were founded in 2005 and then incorporated in 2007. The Better Business Bureau established their profile page in 2009 and they became a BBB accredited company.
They are believed to have about 42 employees and often use the alternate name of GMC Credit Services. A related business, according to the BBB, is Malcolm S. Gerald & Associates, Inc.
The annual revenue for Glass Mountain Capital is estimated to be $10.5 million with headquarters staff totaling 100 people. They have an A+ BBB rating. They have had 17 customer complaints filed in the last 3 years.
What Is A Debt Validation Letter? And Why Do You Need It?
If you are being harassed by Glass Mountain Capital, LLC, then you should ask questions. You have a right to request for a debt validation letter that will show how much you owe and for what it is owed.
The FDCPA requires that the collection agency to send you a debt validation letter, which will indicate how much is owed, the original creditor, the original amount owed, the current amount owed, and other specific details.
When you request debt validation, Glass Mountain Capital has five days to respond and provide supporting documentation. If they don’t respond, they have violated the FDCPA, and then you can file a claim against them.
Talk To An FDCPA Attorney Today
If Glass Mountain Capital, LLC, is contacting you over a past-due debt, or if they are not validating a debt for you, then there are legal consequences. If Glass Mountain Capital is harassing you, you can put an end to the stress. You should consult with an FDCPA lawyer who is licensed in your state.
Enlist the help of a lawyer who is familiar with debt collector harassment claims. Complete the Free Case Evaluation request form to have your details shared with a local FDCPA lawyer. Put an end to the harassment from Glass Mountain Capital, LLC, today by talking with a lawyer who can help you regain control of the situation.
*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 Glass Mountain Capital, LLC, or any other third-party collection agency, you may not be entitled to compensation.