If you are receiving harassing phone calls from 720-456-3703, you are not alone. The source of these calls is Comenity Bank, a financial institution that provides credit cards and other lending services.
Despite Comenity Bank’s possible justification for these calls, they must still follow the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA).
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The FDCPA is a federal law that was enacted to protect consumers from abusive, deceptive, and unfair debt collection practices. The FDCPA applies to debt collectors, including third-party collection agencies and Comenity Bank.
The FDCPA restricts the use of automated telephone equipment, such as pre-recorded messages and robo-calls, and sets limits on the hours that debt collectors can make phone calls. Additionally, all communication, including automated calls, must end after a person requests that Comenity Bank or its agents cease calling. If the harassing phone calls persist, the victim may be entitled to compensation under the FDCPA of up to $1,000.
It is important to know that Comenity Bank may use other phone numbers in addition to 720-456-3703 to make harassing phone calls.
Some possible Comenity Bank phone numbers include:
If you are receiving harassing phone calls from any of these numbers, you should take action to protect yourself.
Legal Rights Advocates specializes in providing legal aid to clients who are encountering harassment from debt collectors, including via telephone.
Hiring a Legal Rights Advocates lawyer can be beneficial for individuals who are receiving harassing phone calls from Comenity Bank. We can assist in stopping these calls by aiding you on how to file a lawsuit against Comenity Bank for violating the FDCPA.
A debt harassment lawyer contributes knowledge and experience that can help you navigate the legal system. Individuals can make sure that their rights are upheld and that they receive the greatest amount of compensation allowed by the FDCPA with the help of a lawyer.