Is American Credit Acceptance
Trying To Collect a Debt from You?
American Credit Acceptance is a finance company.
What To Look For Against American Credit Acceptance:
- Mistakenly Reported Deceased
- Does Not Belong to You Accounts
- Inaccurate Credit Reporting
- Calling the Wrong Number
- Harassing You by Phone (Your debt)
- Already Paid the Bill
- Not Your Account
- Past the Statute of Limitations (deadline)
- Credit Errors on Equifax, TransUnion, and Experian
- Dispute Credit Mixes on Equifax, TransUnion, and Experian
What are Your Rights Against American Credit Acceptance?
If you are being wrongly called by American Credit Acceptance, you have a right to file suit under the Telephone Consumer Protection Act for $500 to $1,500 per call since they were calling the wrong person.
If it is your debt, you still have the right to make them stop calling. If you have told American Credit Acceptance to stop calling but they continue to call, you may have a claim for damages under the Telephone Consumer Protection Act. We regularly help consumer collect under the TCPA.
There is also a prohibition on calling too many times. If you think the number of calls from American Credit Acceptance is just too many, it probably is. Reach out and see what we think.
You have the right to have an accurate credit report. If American Credit Acceptance is reporting falsely, then disputing to the credit agencies is a good first step. We can assist you with any questions you have.
What is American Credit Acceptance's Phone and Address?
American Credit Acceptance LLC’s Address: 961 E. Main St. FI 2 Spartanburg, SC 29302-2185
BBB and CFPB Continue to Receive Complaints Against American Credit Acceptance
American Credit Acceptance is established as a subprime auto lending agency that gets many complaints from customers every year. Based in South Carolina, ACA has been accused of violations like wrongful debt collection practices and wrong communication methods.
As stated in the Better Business Bureau’s website, this company was established as a limited liability agency. It was founded in 2007 in South Carolina. When you visit their official website, you will find that American Credit Acceptance some data about their compliance policies. What’s more, they provide little information about their security and privacy.
Out of 667 complaints found in CFBP, 174 of complaints are about consumer loan; 158 complaints on a vehicle loan or lease and 153 complaints about credit reporting and other consumer reports.
American Credit Acceptance also has hundreds of report about debt collection with a total of 104 and 29 complaints on the mortgage. For the past three years, the BBB has closed 391 complaints about the auto loan company. They also have closed 187 complaints within the past twelve months.
Based on the data presented by Better Business Bureau, ACA approved to settle a government action by the Massachusetts Attorney General. They approved to pay at least 1.7 million dollars to deal with the claims of too much interest rates on its subprime auto loans.
Other types of complaints alleged by American Credit Acceptance includes:
- Incorrect information on the report
- Struggling to pay the loan
- Attempts to collect debt not owed
- Threatened to call somebody or share information improperly
- Issue with a credit card reporting company’s investigation into a current issue
- Communication tactics
- Written notification regarding debt
- Issues at the end of the lease or loan
- Issue when making payments
Contact Us Today
If you feel your rights were violated by American Credit Acceptance, contact the law firm of Joseph P. McClelland, LLC today.