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California residents who received calls or written correspondence from TrueAccord may receive justice and cash compensation, but sadly most of them are simply unaware of their rights.
True Accord is a debt collection company incorporated in Delaware and Headquartered in San Francisco, California since 2013. True Accord claims that – unlike other debt collectors that have a reputation for being aggressive and harassing – their approach is friendly and highly personalized.
Our investigation, however, revealed that TrueAccord debt collection practices are not always as friendly as the company presents them to be. Moreover, our firm is investigating allegations that some of these practices are also illegal and may violate consumers’ rights.
QUICK VERSION: If TrueAccord debt collection company has been contacting you, you may be entitled to receive cash compensation. Applying for a claim evaluation is 100% free, confidential and takes less than 60 seconds.
TrueAccord has received consumer complaints alleging violations of the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act, including illegal communication tactics and attempting to collect debts not owed.
The BBB has received 32 complaints against TrueAccord in the past three years, with 18 of them made in the past 12 months.
If you have been contacted by TrueAccord, understand your rights before responding!
Some Consumers Are Worried That Having an Attorney Represent Them Will Require Out-Of-Pocket Expenses
Sadly, some consumers will not take this opportunity to rectify their wrong because they are concerned about incurring out-of-pocket expenses when they apply for this service. This is not only wrong, but it’s in fact, quite the opposite!
Applying for a claim evaluation free, confidential, and there is absolutely no cost.
Maybe What Happened To Me Wasn’t That Big Of A Deal or There is Nothing I Can do About it
Many consumers will downplay what happened to them and will try to push it to the back of their mind. Not only is it a substantial violation of their rights, but consumers’ inaction is the very reason why companies like some debt collectors may get away with their unfair and illegal practices. And this needs to stop!
No matter how minor violations may seem to you, the company may still be obligated by law to pay you.