Amsher Collection Services Accused of Failing to Clearly Identify Woman’s Creditor
by Erin Shaak
Last Updated on May 8, 2018
Bergin v. Amsher Collection Services, Inc.
Filed: May 1, 2018 ◆§ 2:18-cv-02588
Amsher Collection Services, Inc. is on the receiving end of a proposed class action that takes issue with an allegedly misleading collection letter the defendant sent to a New York consumer.
Amsher Collection Services, Inc. is on the receiving end of a proposed class action that takes issue with an allegedly misleading collection letter the defendant sent to a New York consumer. According to the complaint, the letter identified “T-Mobile” as the plaintiff’s “original creditor” but never referenced the woman’s “current creditor.” Additionally, the letter supposedly stated that the plaintiff’s account “has been placed” with Amsher Collection Services but neglected to mention “who placed the account with [the defendant].” In essence, the defendant, in violation of federal debt collection law, failed to “clearly and explicitly convey the name of the creditor to whom the debt is owed,” the case argues.
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