Trying To Collect a Debt from You?
ConServe is a finance company.
What To Look For Against ConServe:
- 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)
What are Your Rights Against ConServe?
If you are being wrongly called by ConServe, you have a right to file suit under the Telephone Consumer Protection Act for $500 to $1,500 per call since you were calling the wrong person.
If it is your debt, you have the right to make them stop calling. If you have told ConServe 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 ConServe 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 ConServe 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 ConServe's Address?
8320 Arkansas, #107, Sherwood, AR 72120
BBB and CFPB Continue to Receive Complaints Against ConServe
ConServe is a debt collection company that gets numerous complaints from its consumers. They are a third-party collection company located in the state of New York. This agency focuses on collecting negligent education loans.
The debt collection agency has gained a massive number of complaints from its consumers that claim violations of the FDCPA. This includes threatening to take actions, which can’t be taken legally as well as utilizing deceptive means to collect a debt.
The Better Business Bureau has closed 109 complains for the past three years as of September 2019. What’s more, it has thirty-seven complaints closed within the past twelve months. The majority of the problems revolve around with collections as well as billings, even though the sixteen problems about refers to customer service. By 2015, the CFBP has closed more than 168 complaints about the agency.
According to BBB, this debt collection agency is 100% legal and in fact, established in 1985. The website designed a profile page for the debt collection agency in 2001. ConServe has been accredited by BBB since 2014. The platform also lists the ConServe as a collection firm along with an estimated forty-two staff.
This debt collection agency uses different names. Some of the names they use include Continental Service Group Inc., ConServe Accounts Receivable Management, ConServe NY among others.
However, their major role is to collect student debt loans. Furthermore, the majority of their clients are colleges and universities. The fact that they are a debt collection agency, ConServe is subject to the FDCPA. This offers consumer protection laws which, when violated could cause the company to compensate for every violation.
During 2017, a judge in the US District Court in NY order a case alleging the debt collection company to violate a particular provision on both TCPA and FDCPA. With this matter, the complainant had experienced student loan debt and then evaded on the payment. The offending loan was delivered to ConServe for collection. The complainant alleged that the calls were done a via automatic dialing system. The debt collection company wasn’t able to show their consent.
Therefore, the complainant alleged that the company violated the prohibition of FDCPA over harassment by placing too many calls to collect debts and allegedly violated the prohibition of TCPA against calling the phones of their consumer with the help of automated dialing system. They also allegedly left automated messages without getting the consent of their customer first.
Contact Us Today
If you feel your rights were violated, contact the law firm of Joseph P. McClelland, LLC today.