Professional Credit Management, Inc Debt Collection Complaint

Medical Disclosure verification of debt right to dispute notice not received

Professional Credit Management, Inc Debt collection department,

Medical Disclosure verification of debt Right to dispute notice not received Arkansas

I never received a single bill from this company ( Professional Credit Management ), nor did I receive a voicemail message from this company that identified themselves, made a claim upon the debt, and asked for a return phone call in accordance with 15 U.S.C. $ $1600.00, or to otherwise notify me that I had a debt with this company and/or to make or set up payment arrangements. Then, i received a summons and complaint in the district court, to sue me for the balance owed from their attorney - - -. This was the first communication I received from this company, which is also a violation of FDCPA 15 USC $ $1600.00. I filed a response in the district court, including objections and a brief citing Arkansas Supreme Court ruling on the matter, interest and attorneys fees, in which this company filed arguments that directly contradicted the FDCPA, in which under $ section -, a debt collector under FDCPA is not entitled

This company and/or their lawyer cited Arkansas law regarding " prejudgment interest and fees '', however, it neglected to accept that the original contract and debt provided for " no interest '' and " no fees '', which the company suing me was in violation of the Federal Debt and Collections Practices Act. I filed motion to produce documents and interrogatory response regarding this matter, in which legal counsel of this company refused to provide, and in which this is also a debt collection agency, which is also owned by the attorney, which is also a violation of the due process clause of the Constitution and the view of a judicial hearing in which when a claim is made, a defendant is entitled to " through due process '' adverse evidence and/or interrogatory response and production of documents, to which the plaintiff ( in this case - and - - - ) are required to provide. All of these are direct violations of the FDCPA, in which : a. ) I never received a bill or communication from the company, in which the first thing I received was a complaint to sue me, b. ) the company ( PCM ) and their attorney was seeking attorneys fees in violation of the FDCPA. c. ) The company PCM and their attorney was seeking interest above the contract and state law and federal law under 15 U.S.C. $ $1600.00, which is another violation of the federal debt and collection practices act. In which this matter needs to be investigated as unethical and violations of the FDCPA have occurred in this matter, then there is no telling how many other violations of citizens rights, that this company and their lawyer have committed. Whereas if it has happened once, then it is probably a regular occuring violation, which takes advantage of the consumer.

Professional Credit Management, Inc customer in Arkansas
Dec 01, 2016

* Source: CFPB Complaint Database

Professional Credit Management, Inc response to complaint:
Closed with explanation

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