How to Remove CBCS Collections from Your Credit Report

Is CBCS Collections hurting your credit score?

Lexington Law has helped millions of customers remove collections and other negative items from their credit reports. Let them help you too!

Who is CBCS?

Credit Bureau Collection Services, Inc. (CBCS) is now Revco Solutions, Inc. CBCS is an aggressive debt collection agency with locations in Columbus, Ohio and Jacksonville, Florida.

You may see CBCS listed on your credit report as a collections account. This can happen if you owe a creditor money and they’ve hired someone to collect that money.

How can I remove CBCS Collections from my credit report?

Collections can hurt your credit score and remain on your credit report for up to seven years regardless of whether you pay it or not. Unfortunately, paying the collection could even lower your credit score.

However, it is possible to remove a collection account from your credit history before seven years.

(Debt collectors prefer that we didn’t tell you this, but it’s something you should know.)

Lexington Law is a professional credit repair company that helps people fix their credit.

In addition to collections, Lexington Law will help you challenge (and possibly remove) other inaccurate information from your credit report. These items include inquiries, late payments, charge-offs, foreclosures, repossessions, judgments, tax liens, and bankruptcies.

Call Lexington Law now to learn more: (800) 220-0084

Credit Bureau Collection Services, Inc./CBCS/Revco Solutions Contact Information

Address:

CBCS Collections
250 E Broad St Ste 2100
Columbus, OH 43215-3754

Mailing address:

CBCS Collections
PO Box 1810
Columbus, OH 43215

Website: https://revcosolutions.com/

Phone number: (855) 202-0113

Should I contact or pay CBCS Collections?

Nothing good can come from speaking to a collection agency on the phone. And making payments on the CBCS collection account will reset the clock. So instead of helping your credit, it could make it worse. Of course, there are times when it’s best to just pay the collection account, especially if it’s new and you’re sure that it’s legit.

The best way to handle this is to work with a professional credit repair service. They have deleted millions of negative items from companies like CBCS Collections for millions of clients nationwide.

Will CBCS Collections sue me or garnish my wages?

It’s possible, but if you work with a law firm like Lexington Law, you have nothing to worry about. They will help you dispute the collection account and possibly remove it from your credit report. It’s also quite possible that you may never hear from or have to deal with CBCS Collections again.

Call Lexington Law to learn how they can help you avoid lawsuits and remove negative items from your credit report that will significantly improve your credit scores.

Wage Garnishment

Some states allow wage garnishment, while others do not. It is important to note that if you are in a state that does not allow wage garnishment, it is illegal for a debt collector to threaten to garnish your wages.

It is also illegal for CBCS Collections to make any claims they cannot or will not follow through on – this includes threatening to sue you or foreclose on your home.

CBCS Collections Complaints

Most collection agencies have numerous complaints filed against them with the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) and the Better Business Bureau (BBB). Most consumer complaints are about inaccurate reporting, harassment, or failure to verify a debt. If a debt collector is harassing you, you may want to consider filing a complaint.

You have many consumer rights under the Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA) and the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA). Lexington Law knows that you have rights, and CBCS does too.

How Collections Affect Your Credit

Missed payments over several months will cause a hit to your credit score. With a collection account on your credit report, it will reduce your ability to qualify for new credit even more.

Debt collectors often buy and sell debt from one another, so this can lead to multiple collections showing on your credit reports for the same account.

When this happens, if you don’t dispute the accounts with the credit bureaus and get them all removed, they will harm your credit score.

Your Rights When Dealing with CBCS Collections

There are strict regulations about what a debt collector can and cannot do in the United States. For example, the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act prevents the use of abusive or deceptive tactics to collect a debt. In addition, the FDCPA provides you with many rights to ensure that collection agencies don’t take advantage of you. In particular:

  • It is a violation of federal law for CBCS to report inaccurate or incomplete information on your credit report.
  • You have a legal right to request debt validation on an alleged debt. Send the collection agency a debt validation letter. By law, they have 30 days to prove to you that the debt is really yours and the total amount is accurate.
  • CBCS Collections may not threaten or harass you, call you repeatedly, swear at you, or publicly publish a list of debtors.
  • CBCS Collections must be honest about who they are and what they are attempting to do. They must notify you that they are a collection agency both orally and in writing.
  • CBCS Collections cannot threaten to have you arrested, and they are not allowed to threaten to take legal action if they have no intention of doing so.

More Tips on Dealing with CBCS Collections

Avoid the phone. NEVER talk to a debt collector on the phone. The less they know about you, the better.

Politely tell CBCS it’s your policy to deal with everything in writing. Request a letter with the original debt information and then hang up. If they keep calling, send them a cease & desist letter.

Record their phone calls. If you must deal with a debt collection agency on the phone, record them. Thirty-five states and the District of Columbia allow you to record your phone conversations secretly.

In the other 15 states, you can record with the other party’s permission. If you tell the debt collector you are going to record, and they keep talking, that’s considered giving permission. They will usually hang up.

Don’t believe what they say. Debt collectors are known to make false threats, lie, and tell you whatever they need to tell you to get you to pay the debt.

Don’t attempt to hide money. Hiding money or assets from a legitimate collection agency is illegal if you owe them. However, it’s also best to avoid giving access to your bank account or credit card information.

Don’t apply for new lines of credit. It’s also considered fraudulent to apply for new lines of credit if you are unable to pay your current creditors.

Don’t ignore them. You can do things on your terms, but ignoring the situation will not make CBCS go away. Ignoring them sets you up for a possible lawsuit.

Know Your State’s Statute of Limitations. Each state has a statute of limitations on debt. Once your debt reaches a certain age, it is considered “zombie debt,” and you are no longer legally obligated to pay it. The age limit varies from state to state, but it’s typically around 4-6 years.

A collection agency is still allowed to contact you about these debts, but they can no longer sue you for them, and you are not required to pay them.

Validate the Debt First

If you think CBCS is off-base by trying to collect from you, the first thing you should do is send a debt validation letter.

In addition to the validation letter, you may also consider sending CBCS a cease and desist letter, or filing a complaint against them with your state’s attorney general office or the FTC.

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Try to Make a Deal

If a debt collector like CBCS is able to show you that your debt is valid, try to get them to make some concessions before you pay them. Again, they just want your money, and to them, some money is better than no money.

Ask them if they will accept payment of a lower amount to settle the account. Also, ask them to remove any negative marks that have already been reported to credit bureaus before you pay them – sometimes they will agree to this. Whatever they may agree to do, be sure to get it in writing!

Remove CBCS from Your Credit Report Today!

Lexington Law specializes in disputing CBCS accounts. They have over 18 years of experience and have removed over 7 million negative items for their clients in 2020 alone.

Proof of Collections Removed:

CBCS removed from TransUnion

If you’re looking for a reputable company to help you with collection accounts and repair your credit, we highly recommend Lexington Law.

Call them at (800) 220-0084 for a free credit consultation. They have helped many people in your situation and have paralegals standing by waiting to take your call.

Since 1991, Lexington Law has provided professional credit repair services and experienced support to hundreds of thousands of people. Their many years of experience have helped them develop and refine their services to deliver optimal results.

If you’re sick of having bad credit, let the professionals take care of it for you. They can delete all kinds of negative items from your credit reports, including bankruptcies, foreclosures, repossessions, charge offs, judgments, tax liens, collections, and more.