IS NCO FINANCIAL SYSTEMS CONTACTING YOU?
Are you currently being contacted by NCO Financial Systems, a.k.a. “NCO”? If so, Graham & Borgese is exactly the type of help you’ve been looking for. Read below to learn more about what our experienced and dedicated attorneys can do for you.
Who Are They?
NCO Financial Systems, Inc., a.k.a. “NCO,” provides account receivable services for numerous creditors and debt-buyers, however they seem to focus their attention towards accounts due the healthcare industry. NCO Financial Systems, Inc. was formerly known as “Barrist Corporation” but changed its name to NCO Financial Systems, Inc. in December 1986. NCO Group, the principle entity, has over 100 locations in 11 countries, employing some 30,000 people.
The contact information for NCO Financial Systems is as follows:
NCO Financial Systems, Inc.
507 Prudential Road
Horsham, PA 19044-2308
Are They Legitimate?
Complaints about NCO Group and its various subsidiaries are readily available throughout the internet and range in form. Although, as of February, 2015, NCO Financial Systems has an “A” Rating on the Better Business Bureau website, they have received a whopping 610 complaints in the past three years alone. In addition, in 2004, NCO famously paid one of the largest FCRA (Fair Credit Reporting Act) penalties ever issued at the time ($1.5 million) for violating various provisions of the federal law. If you believe that NCO is engaging in illegal collection activity or you simply want someone to deal with them for you, contact our attorneys today.
How Can Graham & Borgese Help?
Our law firm has helped clients resolve thousands of collection accounts and hold unscrupulous collectors accountable for their unlawful activity, and we can help you too. Our experience allows us to anticipate potential issues and prospective outcomes so we can help minimize risk and save you money, stress and fear. We can help you understand the process, investigate your debt and devise a plan of attack that will make the most sense for your specific goals.
Additionally, our law firm understands that the people who need our help are dealing with debt issues and need fair and flexible fees to protect their rights. That is why our consultations are always free, we charge extremely affordable rates, and even accept payment plans to make our fees even easier to pay.