A New York consumer claims in a lawsuit that Professional Claims Bureau and ARStrat sent him a series of deceptive collection letters regarding a medical debt.
A New York consumer claims that ARStrat sent her two letters that confused her as to the expiration date of her 30-day validation period.
ARStrat is the defendant in a lawsuit that alleges the company sent a confusing collection letter that misled a consumer as to his debt dispute rights.
A proposed class action out of New York alleges that Arstrat sent an unlawful collection letter that failed to identify the recipient’s creditor.
ARStrat, LLC is in the crosshairs of a consumer’s proposed class action in which the woman claims she received a notice from the debt collector stating the communication was the second such notice sent by the company, when there was no prior notice.
According to a lawsuit, Arstrat mailed a consumer a collection notice in which it failed to clearly identify the man's current creditor.
ARStrat, LLC is facing claims that it sent a New York consumer a collection letter that contained false statements in violation of the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act.