Put an end to harassment from Advanced Financial Company!

by Scott F. Bocchio on Jul. 31, 2020

Bankruptcy & Debt Credit & Debt 

Summary: According to the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA), these methods are illegal and you can sue the agencies for harassment and receive remunerations up to $1000 along with attorney fees and court costs.

Consumers in the United States often become victims of unfair collection practices from various debt collection agencies. Debt collection agencies are known for their notorious behavior which disrupts the professional and personal life of customers. 

According to the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA), these methods are illegal and you can sue the agencies for harassment and receive remunerations up to $1000 along with attorney fees and court costs. You can always end debt harassment with the help of a reliable debt harassment lawyer.

 

 

Who is the Advanced Financial Company?

Advanced Financial Company is a third-party auto and mortgage loan servicing company. They are based out of California and have received complaints regarding improper debt collection methods. 

The Advanced Financial company was formed in 1995 as a limited liability company, according to the Better Business Bureau, although some sources say that they were formed in 1990. They later converted to a limited partnership in 2001 and later to a corporation in 2006.

According to their website, Advanced Financial Corporation claims themselves to be a leader in providing auto loans, mortgage loans and Homeowners Association servicing, billing, and payment processing, delinquency collections, and customer service.

 

Is Advanced Financial Company a scam?

The Advanced Financial Company is a legit company known for providing and collecting loans in the auto and mortgage sector. They describe themselves as a total solution for clients in need of servicing their loan portfolios.

They are also known to use collection tactics that are deemed illegal according to the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act.

 

Complaints against Advanced Financial Company:

The Advanced Financial Company is known to harass its debtors with their collection tactics and constant calls. The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau has received 4 complaints about them since March 2015. Most of the allegations are regarding problems faced with billing and collections. There have been allegations against the Advanced Financial Company that they have tried to collect debts that aren't owed.

Justia also lists at least one federal lawsuit, which involves Advanced Financial Corporation.

 

Can Advanced Financial Corporation sue you or garnish your wages?

No debt collection agency has the right to make threats about garnishing your wages. However, they can always summon you in a court of law, and just in case a default judgment is passed against you, your wages may get garnished. It is therefore in your best interest to hire a debt harassment lawyer who can help you with the case and prevent your wages from being garnished.

 

Your debt collection rights:

The Fair Debt Collection Practices Act protects consumers from abusive debt collectors who often harass the debtors. The debt collector must identify themselves whenever making a call, whom they are working for, and whom they are collecting for. The FDCPA states that collectors cannot use misleading or deceptive representation and provide the wrong information. They cannot pretend to be government employees by using badges or uniforms. All these are considered a violation of the FDCPA and can be reported.

 

Stop Debt Harassment by Advanced Financial Company:

Advanced Financial Company just like many other third-party debt collection agencies, use illegal tactics while collecting loans. If you are facing any of the following or any other form of harassment, you have all the right to hire a debt harassment lawyer and stop collection calls.

  • You are receiving too many calls throughout the week, which is disrupting your personal and professional life.
  • You are receiving calls at unusual hours.
  • The use of abusive language and profanity.
  • Debt collectors are calling your friends, family, and colleagues and letting them know about your debts.
  • They are threatening you with violence or arrests.
  • They are making criminal accusations towards you.
  • Threats of reporting negative credit.
  • Automated robocalls in an attempt to collect.
  • Trying to collect more than the amount owed and keeping the customers uninformed regarding their rights.

All this and much more violates the FDCPA.

 

Hire a debt harassment lawyer today to end debt harassment:

Legal Rights Advocates, PLLC is one of the leading firms in the country offering experienced debt harassment lawyers who have helped several clients over the years to stop collection calls and end debt harassment. Our lawyers assess your case carefully and provide you with the best solutions accordingly. 

If you are being harassed constantly, you can put an end to it. All you need to do is get in touch with us and let us handle the rest.

 

Customer Reviews

 

“Obviously Get Legal Rights knows how to handle and take over this process with Integrity and Knowledge. I would hire them in a minute, Thank You Very Much!” - Elizabeth Moore

They helped me to stop debt collectors from violating FDCPA regulations and my rights. The harassing calls stopped right away and I even got compensation. It was a quick and easy process.” - Shondra Nicole

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