If you’ve been contacted by AllianceOne trying to collect on a suspected debt, it’s important to know what you’re dealing with and understand your rights. AllianceOne is a national and international debt collection agency. The company specializes in collecting several types of debt, including credit card debt, phone bill debt, medical bills, utility debt, student loans, traffic fines and healthcare debt. The company’s website, allianceoneinc.com, states the following: “This communication is from a debt collector. This is an attempt to collect a debt and any information obtained will be used for that purpose.” They are headquartered at 3043 Walton Road, Suite 201, Plymouth Meeting, PA 19462 and can be reached at 800-858-4472.
What To Do If AllianceOne Has Contacted You
When AllianceOne is trying to get back unpaid money, they might send letters or give you a call. Some debt collectors even try to get a legal judgment if you don’t respond. But here’s the deal: they have to double-check if the debt is legit, and some debts can’t be collected if too much time has passed. There’s this cool law, the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA), that protects you from debt collectors playing rough. If you’re not sure about the debt, you can send a letter to check. If AllianceOnehas contacted you, it is in your best interest to reach out to a professional. CuraDebt has been helping individuals and small businesses for over 23 years nationwide and is one of the oldest and most experienced in the debt relief industry.
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