Hi, folks. I’m Sergei Lemberg. I run Lemberg Law, a consumer law firm that sponsors StopCollector.com. We’verecovered more than
30 million dollars for more than 10,000 clients. If National Enterprise Systems – NES – is harassing you or calling your cell
phone, or family or friends or calling you at work, pick up the phone and give us a call, see if we can help. Now, let me tell you a couple things about National Enterprise Systems. They’re known as NES collection. They’ve
been around since 1987 and are base in Ohio. They collect on behalf of schools, state governments, financial institutions,
retail stores, and telecommunications companies. If NES
is calling you, they could be violating the law – whether or not
you actually owe the debt. Under the Telephone Consumer Protection Act if a
debt collector is calling you on your cell phone, they have to have your consent. If you
did not give them the number or the creditor, you may be able to recover money. A debt
collector may also be violating the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act if they’re repeatedly calling you or if they’re
calling the wrong person, falsely threatening you with a
lawsuit, failing to send you a letter on the 1692g, failing to tell you who they are, what
the call is about, or speaking to third parties about your
debt, or calling you at work after you tell them not to. Under the TCPA, you may be able to
recover up to fifteen hundred dollars per call. And under the FDCPA, you may be able to
recover up to a thousand dollars. There’s only
one way to find out. Give us a call. We would be glad to talk to
you. Our representation is free for you. Don’t wait. Let us help you figure out not only how
to stop the harassment but also how to recover money for the
harassment and abuse that you’ve suffered.