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The First & Only Do Not Call List for Debt Collectors, at the Time America Needs it Most

The First & Only Do Not Call List for Debt Collectors, at the Time America Needs it Most

April 08
18:42 2020

Never has it been more important for those suffering financially to have the ability to stop the added stress of debt collector calls.

Until now, there has never been a “Do Not Call List” for debt collection agencies.

The problem was, if someone really wanted to stop collection calls there was no real way to do that. solved this problem by creating the first centralized database of consumers who don’t want any more collection calls.

Here’s How it Works:

The Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA) states that if a debt collector knows you are represented by a third party, they must cease collection efforts to you, and communicate through the third party instead. Joining Debt Collector Registry makes them your third party for the purposes of collection accounts. This means no more collection calls! Once joined, all collection communications must be done with Debt Collector Registry from there on out or the agency will be subjected to a $1,000 US fine, per call.

Basic registration is only $1.95 a month to cover costs of notifying agencies. Because of challenging circumstances in our country right now, Debt Collector Registry is giving new subscribers a free trial for 30 days.

Debt Collector Registry is not just for the consumer. Collection agency owners also benefit. Once consumers sign up, if any agencies wish to communicate with you, they must do so electronically, through the website which they prefer because it prevents misunderstanding. 

COO Peter A. Brunson said, “For years, government and industry leaders have tried to find common ground to update collection laws and solve current issues, but have not been successful. This centralized database solves the problem.”

To learn more, visit

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Company Name: Debt Collector Registry
City: Charleston
State: SC
Country: United States

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