Grant & Weber
Grant & Weber, founded in 1977, operates out of California, Washington, Nevada, Arizona and Texas. Grant & Weber provides billing, follow up, subrogation and collection services for the healthcare and insurance industries, as well as credit union and commercial services. Their business mainly consists of unpaid hospital and insurance bills.
Grant & Weber utilizes skip tracing and conducts social security tracking, online property searches, voter registration records and thorough phone directory searches to gather identifying information pertaining to consumers.
Grant & Weber Complaints
As of April 2013, the Better Business Bureau was updating its files on businesses in the Greater Los Angeles area, and their current rating for Grant & Weber was unavailable. However, a year or so earlier, the BBB had given Grant & Weber an F rating, partly due to the 50+ Grant & Weber complaints accrued during the prior 12 months. In addition, during the first three months of 2013, there had been four Grant & Weber lawsuits filed in federal court alleging violations of the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act.
Stop Grant & Weber Harassment
Under the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act, a debt collection agency must send you in writing a validation of the debt they are attempting to collect within five days of the first time that they make contact. They are required to include the name of the original creditor and the full amount owed. Once debt validation is received, you have 30 days to dispute the charges. If you have already paid or settled the account, you should respond in writing to dispute the debt. At that point, it is up to the debt collection agency to prove that the debt is valid.
No debt collection agency is allowed to make threatening, harassing or insulting phone calls to you—even if you owe the debt. They are not allowed to share your personal information or information pertaining to your debt with third parties. If a debt collector threatens to take you to court or to report you to a credit bureau, they are violating the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act unless they intend to actually do so. If you’re the victim of debt collector abuse, report the violations to the Federal Trade Commission and the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. You also have the right to sue the debt collection agency in a court of law for their violations of the FDCPA. If your lawsuit is successful, they may have to pay you up to $1000, as well as court costs and attorney fees.
Grant & Weber Contact Information
Grant & Weber
26575 W. Agoura Road
Calabasas, CA 91302
Grant & Weber Phone Number: 800-333-1656
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