What Is United Revenue Corp?
United Revenue Corp is a debt collection agency. They're probably on your credit report as a 'collections' account. This usually happens when you forget to pay a bill. If a collection is on your credit report, it's damaging your credit score (unless removed).
You might not have to pay your debts!
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Is United Revenue Corp A Real Company, Or A Scam?
United Revenue Corp is a real, legitimate company. They are a small collection agency in the US.
Should I Negotiate A Settlement Or Pay United Revenue Corp?
Unfortunately, settling (in full or not) may not help your credit. Once a collection account is added to your credit report, your score will be damaged for seven years regardless of payment. Fortunately, you have options. Credit Glory has successfully disputed collections from United Revenue Corp and companies like them for thousands of clients nation-wide.
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Will United Revenue Corp Bring A Lawsuit Against Me, Sue Me, Or Garnish My Wages?
No, not always. But if they do it’s not a good thing and can be a very scary experience. If you work with a professional like Credit Glory to challenge their debt, ensuring accuracy, timeliness, and validity of their reporting, you may never have to deal with them ever again. Call to learn how we can help you avoid lawsuits and being sued altogether, while fixing your credit.
United Revenue Corp Complaints
This business currently has complaints filed with the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (or CFPB) and with the Better Business Bureau. Many complaints are about inaccurate reporting and/or lack of response to debt verification requests.
This means working with a professional like Credit Glory to challenge your negative accounts has a good chance to get them deleted, improving your score and allowing you to qualify for the home, car, and credit cards you need.
Can You Remove United Revenue Corp Collection Accounts?
Credit Glory specializes in disputing United Revenue Corp and companies like them, and has had success for thousands of clients nation-wide. We can help you, too!
United Revenue Corp Customer Service (& Debt Collections) Phone Number
"The customer service number for United Revenue Corp (URC) is (817) 633-3872. Are you trying to contact URC to dispute inaccurate info? Partner with a reputable company like Credit Glory for help disputing and removing inaccurate items (boosting your score)."
Who Does United Revenue Corp Collect For? (Original Creditor)
United Revenue Corp (URC) handles collections for many companies — mainly in the healthcare industry. Is URC popping up on your credit report but you don't owe any debt? Dispute it with help from a repair expert like Credit Glory!
How To Negotiate A "Pay For Delete" With United Revenue Corp
You may be able to negotiate a pay-for-delete with United Revenue Corp, but this is an ethical gray area. The better way? Look for inaccurate items first, and then hire a credit repair expert — like Credit Glory — to dispute and remove them (boosting your score)!"
How To Stop United Revenue Collection Service Phone Harassment
The best way to stop phone harassment from United Revenue Corp (URC) is to contact a lawyer and invoke your legal rights under the FDCPA.
Remove United Revenue Corp From Your Report, Today!
In some cases, we recommend speaking with a Credit Repair professional to analyze your credit report. It's so much less stress, hassle, and time to let professionals identify the reasons for your score drop.
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