RR Resource-Recovery Issue Resolution

Resources for resolving common issues with RR Resource-Recovery products and services

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) is a 21st century agency that helps consumer finance markets work by making rules more effective, by consistently and fairly enforcing those rules, and by empowering consumers to take more control over their economic lives.

The CFPB will forward your complaint to RR Resource-Recovery and work to get a response. After your complaint is forwarded, RR Resource-Recovery has 15 days to respond to you and the CFPB. RR Resource-Recovery is expected to close all but the most complicated complaints within 60 days.

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New RR Resource-Recovery Consumer Complaints

RR Resource-Recovery Debt collection cont'd attempts collect debt not owed debt is not mine

October 7, 2015 - R R resource company continues to report a debt that does not belong to me on my credit. I have sent numerous letters for them to correct this and refuse. The original creditor will not even respond to my letters. This is a account for a ambulance service that I never used. I never was in a ambulance during that year nor was my children. We have never had a lapse in health care coverage in 15 years as well. During the time the are reporting as well. I have asked for documentation to prove the basis of the debt and I get nothing but a bill from the creditor. If this was a service we would have ...

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RR Resource-Recovery Debt collection disclosure verification of debt right to dispute notice not received

September 21, 2015 - A medical debt was reported to my Equifax profile on -/-/- for a $15.00 medical bill that I am unaware of, by an attorney 's office named Law Office of - - - -. When I called the number a man answered stating RR Resource Recovery ''. The man did not identify himself. He asked me for my name, which I provided, and he immediately stated that I owed $15.00. I advised that I did not recall getting a letter with this information. He did not provide his name, nor the original creditor name, nor disclose that he was a debt collector, nor did he state the Mini Miranda disclosure ...

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