Are you sick and tired of the constant calls from 614-212-5291? You’re not alone. Many people have experienced similar annoyance from calls from Comenity Bank, a lender that provides credit card services and other credit options.
While Comenity Bank may have a legitimate reason for these calls, they must abide by the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA).
Seek free legal help from one of our seasoned debt harassment lawyers and protect your rights.
The FDCPA is a federal law that safeguards consumers from any form of oppressive, deceptive, or unethical debt collection methods. This law applies not only to debt collectors but also to lending institutions like Comenity Bank.
The FDCPA prohibits the use of automated calling systems, such as pre-recorded messages and robo-calls, and regulates the times when debt collectors can make phone calls. Additionally, all communication must cease if the recipient asks for it. In cases where harassing calls persist, the recipient is entitled to up to $1,000 in compensation according to the FDCPA.
It’s important to keep in mind that Comenity Bank may use different phone numbers in addition to 614-212-5291 for these harassing calls.
Some of the other numbers include:
If you receive calls from any of these numbers, it’s crucial to take steps to defend your rights.
At Legal Rights Advocates, we are dedicated to supporting clients who are facing harassment from debt collectors, including phone harassment. By retaining a lawyer from our firm, those who are being bothered by calls from Comenity Bank can gain a significant advantage. We can provide information on how to file a lawsuit against Comenity Bank for violating the FDCPA and help you put an end to these calls.
A debt harassment attorney can provide peace of mind and assurance that your rights will be protected. Our lawyers bring their experience and knowledge to the table, ensuring that you receive the full compensation allowed under the FDCPA. Don’t hesitate, reach out to one of our qualified debt harassment attorneys for a free case evaluation today.