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Have You Received a Threatening Phone Call from Nationwide Credit?
Check your credit report right away. Chances are Nationwide Credit has already taken steps to ruin your credit score for up to 7 years by getting collection items inserted into your credit history.
Who is Nationwide Credit?
Nationwide Credit is the name of an Illinois debt collection company.
They may use all the typical debt collection practices common to their industry, which are intended to scare, shame, or annoy consumers into paying them.
For example, they might try to embarrass you by calling your workplace looking for you, scare you with threats of lawsuits, or annoy you with endless phone calls.
How to Contact Nationwide Credit
815 Commerce Drive, Suite 100
Oak Brook, IL 60523
Nationwide Credit Inc is a debt agency that specializes in tracking down consumers who may have unsettled debts that still have not been collected by the original creditor, lender or merchant.
If you have opened up a credit account with a retailer, creditor, or banking institution in the past and you did not pay on the due dates on any credit you borrowed for a set period of time – you could be liable to still pay back these debts.
For example, if you open a credit card account for special rewards with a Macey’s, Sear’s or Best Buy for example and you do not pay back the money you borrowed on credit - the original merchant or lending party can choose to employ another company or (agency) to pursue the person who has not paid.
The debt (if paid) will normally be divided (or whatever is collected) between the two parties (merchant and collection company) unless the original merchant or lender just sells the debt entirely to the debt collection agency which is also referred to as a "charge off."
If you find yourself in this type of situation it is important to get advice for your specific situation so you know what to do - to keep your credit in good standing, and so you understand what process steps are involved to get back to where you want to be financially - and with your credit.
Consider giving Lexington Law a call at 1 855 255 0118 – they offer a valuable free consultation that you can take advantage of to figure out what the next best move for you to do is and will also honestly tell you whether or not if they think they can help you further.