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National Enterprise Systems (NES) - Debt Collector

Consumers have filed complaints against National Enterprise Systems for almost every type of violaPast _due _imgtion under the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act.  From unauthorized calls to work to unauthorized disclosures,  National Enterprise Systems have collected millions of dollars through these tactics.  National Enterprise Systems (known as NES) is located in Solon, Ohio, NES boasts being licenses to practice in all 50 states, plus the District of Columbia, Guam, Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands.  NES was established in 1987 and has rapidly grown to service more than 150 educational institutions as part of its collection portfolio.  Many consumers have complained about multiple calls and threats being made that require immediate action. 

Is National Enterprise Systems Harassing You?
Very rarely is a collector being honest when they tell you that you must make a payment arrangement by the end of that day or it is out of their hands.  However, these tactics can be used to frighten a consumer from performing investigative work before paying a debt collector.   Making any misrepresentation or utilizing any deceptive conduct to collect a debt is a violation of the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act.  It is also a violation of the FDCPA to make calls to one's place of employment knowing that the consumer cannot take calls there.  If NES is doing any of these things, you have rights.

National Enterprise Systems Contact Information:
29125 Solon Road
Solon, OH 44139-3442

Stop Debt Collector Harassment Now:
When you're being pursued by debt collectors, you have rights,  and we're here to help.  SmithMarco, P.C., has over 30 years of combined experience practicing law protecting the rights of consumers around the country.  If you feel that you're rights have been violated, please contact us for a free case review.

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