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A debt collection agency going by the name of Crown Asset Management keeps making harassing, intimidating phone calls to your home. It’s got you feeling overwhelmed, stressed out, and anxious. Before you go off the deep end and start thinking about Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy, remember that you have legal rights! In a debt collection lawsuit, a debt/financial attorney may be able to assist you in beating a Crown Asset Management lawsuit at their own game.

What? Crown Asset Management is Suing Me? I Do Not Even Know Who They Are!

Who on earth is Crown Asset Management? Why are they contacting you? You have no idea who or what these people are. What is the reasoning behind the lawsuits involved with Crown Asset Management?

The bottom line is simple: They wish to procure a profit.

Crown Asset Management is, more or less, a firm that purchases debts. The Crown Asset Management collections business model is basically this: For pennies on the dollar, they participate in delinquent debt purchasing. They make lots of money – or at least a nice profit – if/when they collect the debts.

Shady Tactics, to Say the Least

Possibly to your benefit, there are numerous complaints and bad reviews regarding Crown Asset Management. People feel they’ve been mistreated or are being harassed by them. More than 45 complaints were received by the Better Business Bureau in 2022 (spanning a three-year period) against Crown Asset Management. Out of a possible five, a rating of one has been assigned by the BBB for Crown Asset Management. Even Google, out of a possible five, only gives them a 1.6.

What They Can’t Do

The following cannot be done by Crown Asset Management debt collectors:

  • Regarding your debt, contact your co-workers, friends, or family
  • Pretend to be lawyers or lie to you
  • If you ask them to stop, continue calling you
  • Threaten you with arrest or legal action
  • Regarding a debt that does not belong to you, attempt to collect it anyway
  • Contact you before 8 AM or after 9 PM

If any of these have been executed by a Crown Asset Management debt collector, notify the CFPB or FTC (and your attorney).

What to Do about a Crown Asset Management LLC Lawsuit

Unexpectedly, people are receiving notification of a Crown Asset Management lawsuit. Depending on where they live, a response must be received in roughly 35 days. Rest assured; these people know how to play the debt collection game.

If you receive notification of a Crown Asset Management lawsuit, what should you do? Here’s some advice:

  • Retain the services of a Austin, TX debt resolution lawyer.
  • Assert your affirmative defenses. To each claim against you, reply appropriately with an answer on a brief answer document. Don’t give any information that isn’t required.
  • Never make a debt liability admission.
  • Affirmative defenses should be included (reasons why the lawsuit is wrong).
  • Use standard “style” or formatting.
  • The “Certificate of Service” should be included.
  • Make sure the document is signed by you.

Note: If you ignore them, rather than going away, they will receive a default judgment in their favor. With it, they may be able to freeze your bank account, put a lien on your property, or garnish wages.

If your attorney assists you with your reply, they should keep a copy for themselves. If you complete the reply on your own, make absolutely sure you get a copy to your attorney ASAP.

Receive Assistance Fighting Crown Asset Management from The Debt Defenders by Ciment Law Firm, PLLC

When you need assistance regarding settling with Crown Asset Management, call The Debt Defenders by Ciment Law Firm, PLLC.

Contact us today. Tell us about your problems with Crown Asset Management. Call 866-493-1308 for an appointment. You can also fill out our convenient online form to begin communication.