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Are You being Called By Chesapeakes Services

OR Are you being called by the phone number 408-663-2367 or 877-205-4575?

This company can call before 8 Am, which is a violation of the FDCPA

Have you received a voicemail similar to this?

I’m calling again to inform you that you’ve had the opportunity to contact the firm handling your claim. Sir at this point I verified an email address to present you with your formal documents, there may be a claim against you.

This message could be left for you or your family members in an attempt to pressure you into calling them back

Here are helpful links that can cover other violations that collection agencies can do in more detail:

https://www.federalreserve.gov/boarddocs/supmanual/cch/fairdebt.pdf

DO NOT LET THESE COMPANIES CONTINUE TO HARASS YOU! YOU HAVE RIGHTS!

To get help, you can contact our company today through the link below, which will also show you how our company helps for free to stop their harassment, and potentially have the company that is harassing you pay for any illegal acts against you.

https://www.yourlegalrightsadvocates.com/fdcpa-attorney/

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