Date Received: 2018-04-23T00:00:00
Product: Other debt
Issue: Attempts to collect debt not owed
Consumer Consent Provided to Share Complaint: Consent provided
Consumer Complaint: Due to the fact that my problem doesnt truly exist in the drop-down menu, I will explain it myself in detail. I sent a Creditors Validation letter to Credit Protection Association LP on XXXX. Due to the fact that my problem doesnt truly exist in the drop-down menu, I will explain it myself in detail. Credit Protection Association LP claims I owe a debt from an Grande Communication that I actually left on my given time. I had my Personal Financial Consultant XXXX XXXX to speak on my behalf with them as well. I sent a legal authorization form to them as required. I sent them a letter for them to validate the debt in the allotted time frame given by the FDCPA which is 30 days. In my case, the debt was validated in thirty days ( 30 ) by Credit Protection Association LP. Therefore, by the FDCPA that Credit Protection Association LP was not able to prove that I signed a renewal lease. So, Credit Protection Association LP was supposed to inform me and XXXX XXXX that they are removing themselves from my credit report for not being able to validate the debt. I have my XXXX XXXX Consultant XXXX XXXX to speak on my Behalf with them and record all the calls on my behalf. Under the State of Texas Recording Law and Credit Protection Association LP agreed to the recording by accepting my authorization letter signed by me giving XXXX XXXX XXXX authority to speak on my behalf. As you going to see the letter state that all calls will be recorded on my behalf. I am going to provide the recording, the creditor ‘s validation letter, the mailing dates they received the letter. Now, according to the FDCPA that is the Fair Debt Collection Practice Act the collection company has thirty days ( 30 ) to respond to the letter. No one has made an attempt to call are send me a letter stating that they have validated the debt nor have the ceased all collection efforts because they can’t validate the debt. According to the FDCPA, a collection company must cease all collection efforts and remove themselves from the consumer credit report if they can’t validate the debt ; unfortunately, Credit Protection Association LP is not abiding by the FDCPA. At, this time I like for an investigation to be started for the removal of Credit Protection Association LP from my credit report. I am going to provide all my evidence to my case.
Company: Credit Protection Association, L.P.
State/Zip: TX 767XX
Company Response to Complaint: Closed with explanation
Was Company Response Timely: Yes
Did Consumer Dispute Company Response: N/A
Complaint ID: 2884733
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