Collection Agency Name:
Asset Acceptance LLC
Others Names By Which Agency Operates or May Operate:
Asset Acceptance Corporation; Asset Acceptance Capital Corporation
Web Site: http://www.assetacceptance.com/
Address and Contact Information:
Asset Acceptance Capital Corp.
P.O. Box 2036
Warren, MI 48090-2036
(Be sure to verify the mailing address by contacting this company directly. You do not need to share your personal information with them when you call; simply obtain the correct address by asking the receptionist. You can also obtain the address from any collection letters you have received, or from the listing on your credit report)
Customer Service: 800-545-9931
Based In Texas: No
Actively Bonded in Texas: Yes (more information about surety bonds)
Texas Surety Bond Number: LPM859260101
Bond Active Since: 7-23-2001
Texas Surety Bond Insurer: Fidelity and Deposit Company of Maryland
Surety Bond Insurer’s Address:
Fidelity & Deposit Company of MD
3910 Keswick Rd.
Baltimore, MD 21211-2226
Phone: (410) 261-7962
If you have received a collection notice from Asset Acceptance LLC or a subsidiary firm, be sure to closely read the collection letter. If there are any mistakes, such as the original creditor’s account being invalid, incorrect balance owed or if any interest or fees have been charged, then you may be able to correct or remove this inaccurate listing on your credit report and put a stop to collections.
Do not send a payment to this company or settle your alleged debt until you have learned about your Rights Under Texas Law.
The Big Tex Credit Repair Program has been designed for Texans using Texas Consumer Protections and Finance Law. Texas is very protective of its residents – be sure to take advantage of this.
If you have been sued by this company, do not ignore them. Failure to challenge this company in a court of law may lead to a default judgment, forcing you to pay debts and legal fees for which you may not necessarily be responsible. Let us help you contact a Texas attorney who can assist you for a fraction of what you might end up paying to this collection agency.