Due to the current state of the economy, about 50 million Americans are facing late bills and complaints against bill collectors are skyrocketing. Bill Bartmann, CEO of CFS II, is on a mission to stop the abuse and recently took his 50-state “Stop These Criminals” campaign to Minnesota where he met with Attorney General Lori Swanson and others to present ideas on curbing collection abuse to consumers.
“My industry is overrun with scum bag collectors across America who repeatedly abuse consumers who don’t know their rights,” said Bartmann. “Fortunately, we can stop this abuse. And I know just how to do it.”
Consumer-minded elected officials across the nation are seeking Mr. Bartmann’s experience inside the collections industry to close loopholes and end predatory practices. His relentless campaigning has firmly established his reputation as the ‘No. 1 Collection Industry Consumer Advocate.’
At Ropay Asset Investors we are proud to support Bill’s efforts. Debt collection is big business and a vital part of the economy but that does not give agencies the right to pound on customers repeatedly until they eventually cave in and offer up some money just to get the collector to leave them alone. Debtors deserve to be treated with dignity and respect.
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