Has LVNVFUNDING shown up on your credit report? Need to get in touch with them to resolve an outstanding credit report matter? This debt collector is associated with Resurgent Capital Services, and per the LVNVFUNDING website, "Resurgent is a manager and servicer of domestic and international consumer debt portfolios for credit grantors and debt buyers, including LVNV...".
Phone Number: (888)-665-0374
Here's a list of "Sherman Companies" listed in the PRIVACY NOTICE section of a collection letter from an LVNV Funding alias 'TCI':
Sherman Acquisition Limited Partnership
Sherman Acquisition II Limited Partnership
Sherman Acquisition L.L.C.
Limestone Asset Management LLC
Granite Asset Management LLC
Resurgent Capital Services L.P.
Resurgent Capital Services PR LLC
LVNV Funding, LLC
Ascent Card Services, LLC
Ascent Card Services II LLC
You have rights as a consumer and as a debtor. The Federal Trade Commission protects these rights. Please check out the Debt Collection FAQs for important information regarding your rights when dealing with companies like LVNVFUNDG/LVNV Funding. If you are trying to repair your credit, and have found yourself in the pockets of debt collectors like LVNV Funding, the best thing you can do is arm yourself with a strong knowledge of your rights. DO NOT let collection agencies intimidate, insult, belittle, or h...
In the past several years, laws have been put in place to prevent collection agencies from taking advantage of consumers.
The Fair Debt Collection Practices Act was put in place by the Federal Trade Commission of the United States in order to inform consumers of their legal rights when dealing with debt collection agencies, AKA Junk Debt Buyers. In past years, such debt collectors have been notorious for strong-arming consumers into paying debts, often using illegal practices to gouge consumers ...
Junk debt buyers exist so creditors can recapture some of the principle amount of an original debt. Junk debt buyers will offer pennies on the dollar to the original creditor so they can become the owner of debt contracts that have been written off. Typically, an account is sold off as part of a larger portfolio of similar accounts that can later be repackaged with other debt, or sold off as a single portfolio once again for a cheaper amount. The debt buyers worry about on thing, and one thing only: making ...