Spire Recovery Solutions Debt Harassment Call - Stop collection calls forever!

by Scott F. Bocchio on Jul. 23, 2020

Bankruptcy & Debt Collection Bankruptcy & Debt  Credit & Debt Bankruptcy & Debt 

Summary: Are you facing calls at unwanted hours and are your family, friends, and neighbors being bothered? You have all the right to stop debt collector harassment.

A lot of you may be facing harassment calls from Spire Recovery Solutions which is totally unwanted and violates your rights. The FDCPA has set some laws regarding debt collection, which is often violated by collection agencies like Spire Recovery Solutions. If you want to put an end to it forever, you should hire debt harassment lawyers and file a complaint. Are you facing calls at unwanted hours and are your family, friends, and neighbors being bothered? You have all the right to stop debt collector harassment.



What is Spire Recovery Solutions?

Spire Recovery Solutions is a third-party debt collection agency based out of Lockport, New York. According to the Better Business Bureau, Spire Recovery Solutions have been in business for around 5 years and is a fairly new company. They mainly work towards credit card debt collection and can sometimes go overboard with their collection methods.


Is Spire Recovery Solutions genuine?

Yes, the Spire Recovery Solutions is a legit body that is known for collecting credit card debts. They have been in business for around five years. There have been a few cases filed against them for violating the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act due to some of their harassing debt collection methods.


Can the SRS sue me or garnish my wages?

The Spire Recovery Solutions cannot make empty threats to sue you or garnish wages because it is illegal for them. Spire Recovery Solutions have no right to sue you, for debts they cannot validate. However, they can summon you to a court and garnish your wages following a default judgment. It is best to hire a debt harassment lawyer to stop debt collector harassment.


Is Spire Recovery Solutions harassing you?

They are often known to use measures that violate the FDCPA laws and your rights. The FDCPA regulates the behavior of collection agencies. 


If you are facing any of the following, you are being harassed and have a right to file a complaint and receive up to $1000 along with attorney fees.


  • You are facing too many calls and at unusual hours, hampering your work and personal life.

  • The collectors are calling your family, friends, etc, and letting them know about your debts.

  • The debt collectors are harassing you with threats of violence and arrest.

  • They are using profanity and abusive language while talking to you.

  • The SRS tries to collect more than what you owe and threatens you with negative credit reporting.

  • Telling you or other people that you have committed a crime.

  • Not notifying you about your rights to dispute the debt.


These are some ways of debt collector harassment that the SRS may use which is completely illegal.


How to stop harassment calls?


You have all the right to hire a debt harassment lawyer if you feel that your rights are being violated by Spire Recovery Solutions.


Legal Rights Advocates, PLLC, is one of the leading firms offering debt harassment lawyers to stop the harassment. Remember, you are not alone in this and can always hire professional services to stop debt collector harassment.


Get in touch with us to stop harassment calls forever and preserve your rights.


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