IC System's corporate headquarters is in St. Paul, MN, with branches in North Dakota, Iowa, Florida, and Wisconsin. With over 1,100 employees, IC System is a large, privately-owned debt collection agency that has been in business for many years. The Better Business Bureau has over 730 complaints filed against IC System, and the debt collection agency been sued 50 times for allegedly violating the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act.
Stop IC System Harassment
Most of IC System's complaints fall within the realm of telephone harassment. There are hundreds of complaints against IC System on the Internet, and about 90% of them are due to poor service, obnoxious employees, and rude behavior. Most of the complaints generated are from consumers who have been contacted in error, such as inheriting the phone number of a stranger who owes a debt. If you've been subjected to this type of harassment, it is important to take a stand because IC System will probably continue to call you.
If you move into a home or are assigned the previous phone number of someone who owes a back debt and begin receiving calls from debt collection agencies like IC System, take an immediate stance. Answer the phone and inform them that you do not know the person they are trying to contact. If necessary, send a cease and desist notice in writing, explaining that you do not wish to be contacted. It is a violation of the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act for IC System to continue to call and harass you while trying to find someone who owes a debt. It isn't your problem, and you shouldn't be subjected to this type of harassment. If the harassment continues, file a complaint with the Federal Trade Commission and your state Attorney General's office. In addition, contact a fair debt attorney.
IC System Contact Information
444 Highway 96 East
St. Paul, MN 55127-2557
How to Stop the Harassment Now
Complete the form to the right for a FREE evaluation, or call Toll-Free . The legal team at Lemberg & Associates is committed to holding debt collectors accountable, and will fight for your rights under the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act.
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If you have been the victim of harassment or illegal or unfair debt collection practices, contact the Fair Debt Attorneys at Lemberg & Associates immediately to discuss your options and protect your rights. When you owe creditors money, you are protected by the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act, as well as other federal and state laws. If a debt collector has violated your rights, you may be entitled to up to $1000 in damages, and they may even have to pay your attorney fees. Sergei Lemberg, and the attorneys at Lemberg & Associates have helped countless people to assert their legal rights with debt collectors. Don't be intimidated by illegal debt collection practices. For more information, contact Lemberg & Associates today at .
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