Receivable Management Services (RMS) is headquartered in Pennsylvania, but has 20 offices nationwide, as well as facilities in Mexico, Canada, India, and China. They help companies collect on their accounts receivables, act as a third-party debt collection service and handle bankruptcy issues and charge back complaints. Receivable Management Services uses auto dialers, integrated voice response, and automated call distribution. They specialize in the telecommunications, insurance, publishing, healthcare, retail, transportation, technology and finance industries.
Receivable Management Services has received an A+ rating from the Better Business Bureau, and is not accredited with the organization. They have logged in 3 complaints for the business in the past 3 years, all of which have been closed.
However, various complaint boards show a variety of complaints. For instance, one person complained that Receivable Management Services called his wife about a bill from an insurance agency that she never had a policy with. When she told the debt collector that he had the wrong person, the consumer alleges that the agency continued to call her again and again. Another person said that she received a call for a loan she never had. Other consumers claim that RMS calls over and over again, but doesn’t leave messages or talk to the consumer when they pick up the phone. A woman claimed that Receivable Management Services called her 92 year-old mother about an insurance bill for an account that was closed. Her mother did not owe anything on the account, but they still pursued the debt, allegedly causing her mental distress. If any debt collector is using tactics that you feel may be violating your rights, contact a dedicated fair debt attorney to discuss your options.
Stop Receivable Management Services Harassment
If you are being harassed by a debt collector, you should know that all debt collection agencies are obligated to follow the rules of the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act. The Act was created to set guidelines for the agencies so that consumers would be treated fairly and with respect. If you need help to understand these rights, speak with a debt collector harassment lawyer as soon as possible.
A debt collector is not allowed to call you after you have told them to stop. If you tell them that you do not owe the debt, and to stop calling you, they must abide by your wishes. The only time after that they can legally call you is if they do so to tell you that they are no longer attempting to collect the debt, or they have decided to pursue legal action against you.
When they do call, they can only do so after 8:00 a.m. and before 9:00 p.m., unless you have told them that another time is more convenient. They may not call you at work once you explain to them that you can’t take calls there. They aren’t allowed to talk to anyone else about your debt, or use it to humiliate or embarrass you in order to get you to pay the bill. Some agencies have threatened to call debtor’s bosses, neighbors, friends and families, but this is a clear violation of the FDCPA.
Receivable Management Services Contact Information
Receivable Management Services
240 Emery Street
Bethlehem, PA 18015
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