Is Calvary Portfolio or Cavalry SPV I Harassing You?
Are you getting endless calls from Cavalry Portfolio or Cavalry SPV I about a debt you allegedly owe? Is Cavalry Portfolio calling you at work or speaking to others about your debt? Is Cavalry Portfolio trying to collect on a debt that you thought was settled? Are you getting robocalls on your cell phone from Cavalry Portfolio?
If so, you may be eligible for compensation under the Telephone Consumer Protection Act and the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act. Under the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act, you are entitled to up to $1,000 in damages. If Cavalry Portfolio is placing robocalls to your cell phone without your consent, you may be entitled to up to $1,500 for every single phone call.
You are eligible for compensation under the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act or the Telephone Consumer Protection Act even if you owe money to Cavalry Portfolio or if you are being sued by Cavalry Portfolio. In many cases, companies like Cavalry Portfolio are willing to waive debts against consumers that have valid debt harassment claims against the creditors. I have represented numerous consumers who were sued by companies like Cavalry Portfolio and have won compensation for my clients.
If you think you may be eligible for compensation, contact attorney Stephen J. Bagge at 813-250-0511 or for a free, no obligation case evaluation. Stephen works on a contingency fee basis, meaning that he doesn't get paid unless he wins compensation for you. Stephen has achieved numerous numerous confidential settlements for his clients against companies like Cavalry Portfolio.
About Cavalry Portfolio Services
Cavalry Portfolio Services is a debt collector. Cavalry Portfolio Services buys debt from other companies for pennies on the dollar and tries to collect on that debt.
The Consumer Finance Protection Bureau reports that there have been 949 separate complaints against Cavalry Portfolio as of January 8, 2017.
The Better Business Bureau reports that there have been 272 consumer complaints against Cavalry Portfolio as of January 8, 2017.
Cavalry Portfolio has been the subject of investigations by various state Attorney Generals. In 2015, Cavalry Portfolio entered into a settlement agreement with the state of West Virginia in which it agreed to cancel $19.7 million in debt for 2,847 consumers. The state of West Virginia alleged that Cavalry Portfolio engaged in telephone abuse and harassment. The company denied wrongdoing but agreed to settle the lawsuit with the state of West Virginia.
Cavalry also entered into a $150,000 settlement with the state of Arizona in 2015. Cavalry had allegedly failed to timely respond to consumer requests for proof or evidence of a debt even though it had reported the debt on consumer's credit reports.