Comenity Bank may be calling you from (866) 423-1097. Comenity Bank isn’t a traditional banking services provider, but provides credit cards, including store credit cards. When a consumer fails to pay back the credit amount owed, they can be called by the bank to recover the money.
If you tell Comenity Bank to stop calling and they continue to call, you may be entitled to $1,000 under the FDCPA.
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The FDCPA is a federal law that protects consumers from abusive, deceptive, or unfair debt collection practices. This law applies not only to debt collectors but also to lending institutions such as Comenity Bank.
The FDCPA restricts the use of automated call systems, such as pre-recorded messages and robo-calls, and regulates the hours during which debt collectors can make phone calls. Communication must stop immediately upon the recipient’s request, and if the calls persist, the recipient may be eligible for compensation of up to $1,000, as specified by the FDCPA.
It is important to note that Comenity Bank may use other phone numbers besides (866) 423-1097 to make these harassing calls. Some of the phone numbers that Comenity Bank may use include
If you receive calls from any of these numbers, it’s critical to take action to protect your rights.
Legal Rights Advocates is committed to helping clients facing harassment from debt collectors, including phone harassment. By retaining an attorney from our firm, individuals who are troubled by calls from Comenity Bank can benefit greatly. We can guide you in filing a lawsuit against Comenity Bank for violating the FDCPA and assist you in putting an end to these calls.
An attorney who specializes in debt harassment can bring you peace of mind. Our lawyers have extensive knowledge and experience in this area of law, ensuring that your rights are protected and that you receive the maximum compensation allowed under the FDCPA. Do not hesitate to contact one of our skilled debt harassment lawyers for a free case review today.