How Can I Stop Debt Collectors From Sprint Debt Collection Agency From Contacting Me?

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Stop Sprint Debt Collection Agency From Contacting You Using DoNotPay

Falling behind your bill payment or stopping to pay your debt altogether can lead to constant calls and harassment from Sprint Debt Collection Agency. However, according to the Fair Debt Collections Practices Act (FDCPA), any debt collection agency should never call the debtor repeatedly, use abusive language, make threats, or harass them.

So, if debt collectors from the Sprint debt collection agency constantly call you and cause you to stress, you can sue them to CFPB for unethical debt collection practices or cut off every communication with them.

However, stopping debt collectors from harassment on your own can be exhausting, time-consuming, and ineffective. But with the help of DoNotPay, a fast, easy, and reliable option, the process becomes smooth and convenient.

DoNotPay's product "Stop Debt Collectors" will send a demand letter to the to stop contacting you or file a complaint to the CFPB for violating debt collection laws.

What Is Sprint Debt Collection Agency?

doesn't really stand for a particular debt collection agency. Instead, it's the "Accounts Receivable" department within the department that stands for collecting debt payments. However, you should expect to be contacted by a third-party collection agency (that represents Sprint Collections) if you've stopped paying your debts.

What Are Your Rights When Dealing With Sprint Debt Collection Agency?

Consumers are protected at the Federal level by the FDCPA and state level by each state's debt collection laws. If you want to check your rights, you can check it here:

Company FDCPA
Mailing Address 600 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW Washington, DC 20580
Phone Number (202) 326-2222
Email or Contact Form Email Form
Fax None

Knowing your rights when dealing with Sprint Collections is crucial since you can tell when the collection agency is legally crossing the line or not. A debt collector can even get your stimulus check if you have private loan debt. If you know your rights, you can negotiate with debt collectors properly. Learn everything that can help you with your situation like how long can debt collectors try to collect, how often do debt collectors take you to court, how to deal with medical debt collection, and how other debt collectors like ERC works. With proper awareness, you can stop debt collectors from bugging you.

Below are some of your rights as a consumer against Sprint collections during debt collection:

  1. Right not to receive any form of harassment, abuse, or oppression.
  2. Right to dispute debts that are incorrect/inaccurate through issuing a dispute letter.
  3. Right to a written notice/validation letter explaining your debt.
  4. Right to know the debt collector or the collection agency.
  5. Right to request the agency to cut off any communication with you.
  6. Right to privacy of the consumer's personal information.
  7. Right to not be sued for a debt past the statute of limitations.

How to Stop Sprint Debt Collection Agency From Contacting You on Your Own

As a consumer, it is your right to tell the Sprint Debt collection agency to stop communicating with you if that's what you want. Here's how:

  • To cut off every communication, send the Sprint collection agency a demand letter telling them to stop contacting you. Keep a copy of the letter as well.
  • If you still want the Sprint debt collection agency to contact you, ask them to communicate with you in writing only. That will be ideal if you're looking for ways to settle the debt, yet the collection agency is constantly harassing you with calls and texts. The letter you'll receive is known as the Cease and Desist letter, and it basically states to the agency that you wish to communicate purely in writing for any future communication.
  • You could also block unknown numbers to prevent the Sprint debt collection agency from constantly calling different contacts even after issuing a cease and desist letter.

How DoNotPay Can Stop Sprint Debt Collection Agency From Contacting You

Even though you may owe a debt to collectors, the law allows you to cut off communication under certain circumstances, such as harassment or suing you for an old debt.

Sometimes, stopping the debt collectors on your own bears no fruit. It could even lead to more harassment or disturbance because may believe you're forfeiting the debt altogether. Luckily, DoNotPay's product "stop debt collectors" was created to handle all your debt collection issues.

You'll only need to follow these 3 steps and let DoNotPay handle the rest:

  1. Search “debt collection” on DoNotPay.

  2. Answer a series of questions about the debt collectors, including when you were contacted and how you were contacted, so we can determine if they have violated any debt collection laws.

  3. Decide which course of action you want to take based on our guidance, such as filing a debt verification request, demanding for the collectors to stop contacting you, or reporting them to the CFPB.

And that's it! Once you choose the course of action you want to take, DoNotPay will handle the rest. We'll deliver your request directly to the Sprint debt collection agency via first-class mail, or file your complaint automatically with the CFPB so that they're no longer able to use unfair debt collection practices.

What Else Can DoNotPay Do?

Besides suing Sprint debt collection agency or stopping them from contacting you, you can also use DoNotPay to:

No matter how much debt you owe a creditor or a collection agency, FDCPA prohibits them from contacting you under certain circumstances.

Therefore, if Sprint debt collection agency harasses you, seeks to collect an old debt, or intimidates you to settle your debt, DoNotPay can help you stop all communication with the agency or report it to CFPB for violating debt laws. Sign up today to get started.

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