ARS National

You Can Remove ARS National from Your Credit Reports!

ARS National collections is collection agency that has the power to drag down your credit score – making it difficult for you to secure financing for a home loan, new car, education, or a number of other things. ARS National can remain on your credit score for as long as seven years if you don’t do something about it first. However, there is hope and there are ways you can get them removed from your credit report for good.

How Should You Deal With ARS National?

The main thing you need to know about ARS National is they are a collection agency. They perform a useful role for creditors in collecting debts that are owed. Collection agencies have different names, but for the most part use the same methods to collect debts. Here are a few things you should know about collection agencies: They make money when they collect money, their information is not always correct or accurate, they will go to great lengths to find who they are looking for, there are rules that they have to follow, and they can be flexible and may be willing to work with you to settle your debt or work out a payment plan.

Don’t Trust – Verify!

When you are dealing with a collection agency, it is always wise to make them verify the debt actually does belong to you before you pay them. You can do this by asking for a debt validation letter. In addition, try to get them to make some sort of concession to you before you pay them. Remember, they want your money. You can ask them if you can pay a lower amount, start a payment plan, or you can even ask them to remove any negative items they have reported to credit reporting agencies before you will agree to pay them. It is important to always get any agreements you make with them in writing.

Complaints made against ARS National

ARS National attempts to collect on debts that are not owed to them. Many people have complained about being called when they owed no money. Even after individuals say they do not owe on the debt, ARS National will continue to call them. ARS National will call third parties trying to find who they are looking for. They will call neighbors, ex-spouses, family members, co-workers, or anyone else they can find in order to find who they are looking for. They should already have the contact info of the person they are looking for, so there should be no need to call others. In addition, this can be a source of unnecessary embarrassment for the people they are trying to collect from. ARS National representatives have refused to pass on their contact information to consumers who want to send them a cease and desist letter. Sometimes a cease and desist letter is the only way to get collection agencies to stop calling, so they try to prevent consumers from using a valuable tool.

How To Contact ARS National

Address:

PO Box 469046

Escondido, CA 92046

Telephone: 1-800-707-1927

Bad Credit Happens to Good People

At the beginning of the recession, I was hit pretty hard. I lost my job when my company went under. My bills began to pile up and before long I couldn’t pay my minimum monthly payments on my credit cards and other items. After a while, I had maxed out my credit cards and the accounts were sent to collection agencies like ARS National Services. The collection agencies made my life very difficult. I constantly received harassing phone calls asking me for payments and threatening to damage my credit. I couldn’t pay all of the bills I had, so I finally decided to go bankrupt. Bankruptcy helped with the collection agencies, but it did lasting damage to my credit.

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Collections Removed from My Credit Report:

 Collections removed from my credit report

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My Credit Scores

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