Yet another collection agency is facing a lawsuit.
According to a Louisiana woman, New York based Global Credit & Collection Corp allegedly threatened to sue her when it did not plan to do so.
According to the lawsuit, the agency contacted her in January about a debt she owed to Capital One Services. The agency threatened to sue her if she did not satisfy the debt, although the defendant did not have the ability to sue the plaintiff.
Making matters worse, Global Credit & Collection Corp allegedly called the plaintiffs mother one month later and falsely told her there was a legal matter pending against her daughter.
Suffice it to say, Capital One is not happy about this. As lawsuits like this begin to make headlines and big name financial service companies continue to get their names dragged through the mud in the press, they will be forced to make a change.
That change will be in type of collection agencies they choose to represent themselves and their customers…and it’s already happening. CFS II, our primary collection agency, is in talks to secure forward flow arrangements with Bank of America, Wells Fargo, and others.
As these arrangements come to fruition, our exclusive access will enable Ropay Asset Investors to provide our investors with steady access to portfolios.
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