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What is the Mailing Address of Alliance Recovery Services so I can Send a Cease and Desist Letter?

Written by Steve Rhode

Question:

Dear Steve,

I have been harassed by Alliance Recovery for over two months. I need to send them a Cease & Desist letter.

I need the mailing (physical) address of Alliance Recovery Services?

Thank You.

Robert

Answer:

Dear Robert,

I hate to state the obvious but you should ask them. The name is generic enough and there is more than one company named Alliance Recovery Services in different states that it would be impossible to figure out which one is calling you unless you ask.

The next time a collector calls, answer the phone and don’t volunteer any information but politely ask for their mailing address. Then hang up.

Keep in mind that a cease and desist letter may stop calls but it also might accelerate moving your account on for other activities, including legal action.

If the debt is not valid then that can be dealt with. But if the debt is valid and you just want to make them stop contacting you, a cease and desist letter might not be the better thing to do. Annoying calls are a lot better than forcing their hand.

But that’s just my opinion.

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