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Collection Agencies Pay High Fees for Harassing Consumers LIKE YOU!

  • If you are receiving excessive phone calls from a Collection Agency
  • If a Collection Agency is calling your Cell Phone
  • If you have been turned down by a lender due to bad Credit
  • If you have filed for Bankruptcy, and you still have Credit problems


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We will go through the specifics of your case and determine what action we need to take moving forward.


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We will start the process of filing the case with your county and start settlement talks with the credit agency.




We will discuss the settlement offer with you and, if accepted, will start the process of sending you payment.

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Why Choose Us?

  • No out-of-pocket fees
  • No recovery, No fee guarantee
  • Work to settle with credit companies FAST!
  • We handle all legal work for you

What Our Clients Say?

I was getting constantly harassed by a collection agency. They called day and night. I repeatedly ask them to stop. They kept calling  my cell phone. Again, I asked them to stop. Finally, I contacted BureauCS and they were able to get me a settlement! Better yet, the calls stopped!
Adrian Winter, Los Angeles, CA
Unfortunately, we had some medical bills to pay and we were behind on a few credit card payments. The credit card company kept on calling us. I explained my situation and asked them not to call me. The calls continued and did not stop. I finally contacted BureauCS and they handled the case for me! I couldn't be happier! 
Fernando Gonzalez, Sacremento, CA
Thanks to BureauCS, they stopped the threatening/harassing  phone calls from the Collection Agency. Not only did we reach a dollar settlement, but the calls stopped and I was not being harassed anymore! Thank you!
Castillo Jeans, Chico, CA
What Constitutes Harassment?

The Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA) says debt collectors can't harass, oppress, or abuse you or anyone else they contact. Some examples of harassment are: Repetitious phone calls that are intended to annoy, abuse, or harass you or any person answering the phone.

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We deal with credit card companies and Collection Agencies  all the time. We get results for you and will be with you all the way. Don't let Collection Agencies harass you! 
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You May Be Eligible For Up To $1,000 per case

Collection Agency Violations: FDCPA

  • Harassing and repeated calls (calls before 8am and after 9pm are ILLEGAL)
  • Debt collectors calls to work (a call to your cell during work hours is a call to work)
  • Debt Collectors calling family and friends, divulging personal information about your debt is a Violation
  • The use of obscene or profane language is a violation.
  • Threats of wage garnishment or lawsuits are a violation
Credit Bureaus: Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA Complaints)
  • If a bank, credit card company or collection agency has failed to report that your debt was discharged in a bankruptcy is a Violation
  • If the credit bureaus mixed the information in your credit files with someone else, with the same or a similar name,  and has damaged your credit, is a Violation
  • If you disputed an item with your mortgage lender, credit card company or other creditor  and they have failed to report them as "in dispute", this is a Violation
  • If you been a victim of Identity Theft and had your credit cleared, only to find out that the negative and incorrect information has been put back on your credit report, is a Violation

Laws You Need to Know

The Bureau of Consumer Services (BCS) will look into your case, and may file a Law Suit against the Debt Collector or Creditor. Federal Trade Commission (FTC), the nation’s consumer protection agency, enforces the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA), which prohibits debt collectors from using abusive, unfair, or deceptive practices to collect from you.

Under the FDCPA, a debt collector is someone who regularly collects debts owed to others. This includes collection agencies, lawyers who collect debts on a regular basis, and companies that buy delinquent debts and then try to collect them.

Click to read some questions and answers about your rights under the Act.

Questions and Answers: Know Your Rights!

Make Your Case Stronger!

If you have the following information, your case will take priority.


  • Step 1: Document every conversation you have with debt collectors immediately, whatever the mode of communication may be - whether in person, telephone call, letter, email or fax, etc.
  • Step 2: Make a detailed log entry of each conversation. Keep this log next to your telephone. 
  • Step 3: Save every voice mail and record telephone conversations if your state laws allow you to do so. 
  • Step 4: Save all collection letters and other messages from debt collectors.
  • Step 5: Save every part of all communications. Do not throw away any piece of communication like an envelope, even if it seems unimportant to you.

For each telephone call, you should record:

  • Date of the Call
  • Time of the Call
  • Duration of the Call
  • Collector's Name
  • Collection Agency's Name
  • Collection Agency's telephone number and address:

Other details you should note, if applicable, include:

  • Amount demanded
  • Terms of payment proposed
  • Language if abusive
  • Any threats
  • If the collector contacted third parties
  • Any other specific information
  • Any physical visits to residence
  • Any other harassment


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