Sued By Performant Recovery, Inc? We Can Help
If you’re tired of endless calls, letters, and threats of lawsuits or garnishments from a collection agency like Performant Recovery, we’re here to help. In this article, you’ll learn the best methods of handling debt collection activities pursued by Performant Recovery Incorporated and similar debt collection companies.
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Who is Performant Recovery Inc?
Performant Recovery (also known as Performant Financial Corporation) is a third-party debt collection agency operating in the U.S.
If you’ve been contacted by Performant Recovery and are searching for terms like ‘Performant recovery Inc. website’ or ‘Performant healthcare solutions’ or ‘Performant Recovery IRS,’ etc., you’re not alone. Thousands of other frustrated consumers are doing the same every day.
Here are a few contact details you should know about the debt collectors at Performant Recovery, Inc.:
How to Contact Performant Recovery
- Corporate Headquarters: 333 North Canyons Pkwy, Suite 100, Livermore, CA 94551
- Phone Number: 1-866-256-0057
- Website: www.performantcorp.com
It’s important to note that the Performant Recovery website is client-facing. That means that it doesn’t refer to consumer debt collection activities or answer questions about debt recovery.
Is Performant Recovery Inc Legit?
Performant Recovery is not a scam. It is a legitimate and legal debt collection agency. Its address is at 333 North Canyons Pkwy, Suite 100, Livermore, CA 94551, but it has been operating for more than 40 years across the United States.
They have the right to engage in debt collection activities for their clients. However, they cannot infringe upon consumer rights detailed in the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA). If they have, you may be entitled to financial compensation.
Contact the Attorney Debt Fighters at Ziegler Diamond Law today for a free consultation about your case.
Who Is Performant Recovery a Debt Collector For?
Performant Recovery, Inc. (i.e., Performant Financial Corporation) provides debt collection services to many clients in various industries. Most notably, they are debt collectors for the following industries, but not limited to:
- State and federal government agencies (including the IRS)
- Student loans
- Outstanding non-tax debt owed to local, state, and federal governments
How Do I Stop Debt Collection Calls From Performant Recovery?
Whether you have a delinquent student loan, owe back taxes, or have unpaid medical bills. You don’t have to suffer daily calls from debt collectors like Performant Recovery. Under laws enacted by the FDCPA, you need to send a ‘Cease and Desist’ letter to the company if you want
to restrict debt collection agencies from calling you.
However, it’s essential to note that Performant Recovery Inc. and any other debt collection agency can still sue you for unpaid debts. Therefore, it’s not always recommended to cut off all communication. Contact us to speak with a knowledgeable debt attorney about the specifics of your case.
Common Complaints About Performant Recovery Inc.
According to the Better Business Bureau, Performant Recovery Inc. has an A+ rating. However, its customer review score is 1/5 stars. A few of the most common complaints levied against Performant Recovery online and via litigation include but are not limited to the following:
- Harassing phone calls
- Calling people who don’t owe debts or have already paid them
- Autodialer calling
- Failure to identify themselves as debt collectors
- Using harassing and abusive methods to collect money
According to the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act, you don’t have to take abusive or harassing debt collection activities perpetrated by a debt collector like Performant Recovery.
You have legal rights. If you’ve been harassed by collections professionals at Performant Financial Corporation, we can help. Submit your information (i.e., first name, last name, phone number, and the best time for an appointment) here. We’ll contact you as soon as possible.
How Do I Stop Harassment From Performant Financial Corp
When a debt collector seeks to collect payments from consumers, they must do so in a legal manner (i.e., within the parameters of the FDCPA). Harassing phone calls, threats, or breaking other consumer laws can result in punitive penalties for companies like Performant Recovery, Inc.
Generally, the best ways to stop harassing payment calls and account garnishment threats include:
- Write a letter requesting they stop making calls
- Document all acts of harassment and contact
- File a complaint with the Federal Trade Commission (FTC)
- File complaints with your state’s consumer agency
- File a lawsuit against Performant Recovery and seek compensation
In most cases, we’d recommend consulting with a proven debt attorney before making attempts to sue a debt collector or cancel debts on your own. Contact us today for a free consultation with an attorney you can trust.
How to Stop Performant Recovery Garnishment
Suppose Performant Recovery takes you to court and wins a summary judgment to garnish wages from your financial account until your debts are paid. In that case, you still have options. A few of the best methods to stop wage garnishment include:
- Filing for bankruptcy
- Prove to the court that you don’t have enough money to withstand the full amount of the garnishment, and ask for an adjustment
- Pay what you owe in full or negotiate a settlement amount before they sue
Just because you missed payment, owe the federal government, or are behind on your student loan payments doesn’t mean that you don’t have options. Contact us today to learn more about our consumer debt services and what you can do to stop wage garnishment.
Contact An Attorney At Ziegler Diamond Law Firm Today
Has Performant Recovery, Inc. or a similar debt collection agency threatened to sue you for delinquent student loans, unpaid medical bills, back taxes owed to the IRS, or other types of debt?
The attorneys at Ziegler Diamond Law are here to help. Contact us today to learn how to stop harassing phone calls, negotiate with a debt collector, and obtain the best possible outcome if you’re being sued by a debt collection agency.
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