Harassed By AllianceOne Receivables Management? Learn How To Make It Stop.

by Benjamin Tarshish on April 8, 2019

Who is AllianceOne Receivables Management? Is This A Scam?

AllianceOne Receivables Management is a third-party debt collection agency based out of Minnesota. The agency was founded in 1999. AllianceOne Receivables Management focuses on many types of debt, often dealing with auto loans, telecom bills, the health care industry, utility companies, and student loans. Beyond these industries, AllianceOne also collects for various businesses in the United States.

AllianceOne Receivables Management has received many consumer complaints claiming Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA) violations. Some consumer reviews have accused AllianceOne of making false statements or representations in pursuit of debt collection. Other examples of alleged violations include attempting to collect a debt not owed, contacting an employer and sharing information improperly, and improper communication tactics.

Nonetheless, AllianceOne Receivables Management is not a scam and they are in fact an authorized debt collection agency. AllianceOne purchases packages of debt from other businesses, and then tries to collect the debt from consumers. If AllianceOne has contacted you, it is important that you learn your rights and how best to protect yourself before offering any response.

What Are Common Complaints Against AllianceOne Receivables Management?

As of April 2019, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) has received over 630 complaints related to the debt collection practices of AllianceOne Receivables Management. Examples of common complaints against AllianceOne include trying to collect a debt not owed and improper communication tactics.

The following two real-world examples of complaints against AllianceOne Receivables Management illustrate these types of alleged violations.

Consumer alleges AllianceOne uses improper communication tactics
“Alliance One repeatedly calls my number looking for my brother. I have asked for a C & D multiple times and have informed them that this is the wrong number. They still call.”
Consumer alleges attempts to collect a debt not owed
“Since XX/XX/2018, I have been called incessantly and at all hours by various representatives of Alliance One Receivables Management. I do NOT owe them nor anyone they claim to represent ANY balance whatsoever!”

What Actions Can AllianceOne Receivables Management Legally Take Against Me? Can They Sue Me Or Garnish My Wages?

As a debt collector, AllianceOne Receivables Management is not legally allowed to threaten to sue you, or threaten to garnish your wages. They are allowed to contact you via phone, text, or mail. However AllianceOne cannot call you at inappropriate times including before 8 a.m. and after 9 p.m.

Though they are not allowed to threaten lawsuit or wage garnishment, if you do not pay a valid debt owed to them, AllianceOne may legally sue you in a court. If they get a default judgement against you in court, the judgement will state the amount you owe and allow them to garnish your wages for that amount. If you owe a debt to AllianceOne and are concerned with the possibility that they might garnish your wages, it would be wise to speak to an attorney before it gets to this point. Our attorneys have assisted countless consumers in fighting back against debt collector harassment and protecting themselves against wage garnishment. Contact us now to see if we can help you as well!

Please call 952-295-3935 now or fill out our Free Case Evaluation Form and one of our attorneys handling Debt Collector Harassment can evaluate your case. If we agree to handle your case, our attorney fees will be FREE to you and will be paid for by AllianceOne Receivables Management.

What Should I Do If AllianceOne Receivables Management Contacts Me? How Do I Stop AllianceOne From Harassing Me?

The first step is to determine if AllianceOne Receivables Management is in violation of your rights. Please refer to the following list:
  • AllianceOne Receivables Management is contacting you about about a debt which is not yours, or a debt amount which is more than you owe
  • AllianceOne is unable to prove that the debt is owed by you
  • AllianceOne is not authorized by the original creditor to collect the debt
  • AllianceOne is making automated robocalls to your phone in order to collect
  • AllianceOne is using inappropriate language, or trying to intimidate you.
  • AllianceOne is accusing you of criminal behavior, or threatening to arrest you.
  • AllianceOne is threatening you with negative credit reporting, lawsuit, or violence
  • AllianceOne is calling you at work, or calling your friends, coworkers, and neighbors
  • AllianceOne is calling you before 8 a.m. or after 9 p.m.
  • AllianceOne is calling you many times per week

If any of the above applies to your situation, our attorneys can help! Tarshish Cody PLC represents consumers experiencing harassment from debt collectors like AllianceOne Receivables Management, and our attorneys are experienced in protecting your legal rights. If AllianceOne is in violation of the FDCPA, we can not only make the debt collection calls stop, but our attorneys can sue AllianceOne Receivables Management and recover up to $1,000 in statutory damages for your FDCPA claim. Furthermore, AllianceOne would be required to pay your attorney fees and court costs.

Please call 952-295-3935 now or fill out our Free Case Evaluation Form and one of our attorneys handling Debt Collector Harassment can evaluate your case at no charge to you.

Is Your Law Firm Able To Assist Me In Filing A No Fee Lawsuit Against AllianceOne Receivables Management?

If you are being harassed by AllianceOne, we can help! The attorneys at Tarshish Cody PLC have filed many lawsuits against debt collectors like AllianceOne Receivables Management who are in violation of the FDCPA. Our clients have been awarded millions of dollars via these lawsuits.

What Do Our Clients Say?

“[Tarshish Cody PLC] helped us win a settlement from an aggressive debt collection company. [The law firm] was very professional and explained the process and the plan of action. We really didn’t have to do anything. Settlement was reached in a short amount of time. We recommend [Tarshish Cody PLC] to anyone seeking settlement from a debt collection company.”

“[Tarshish Cody PLC] won my case for me against the collection agency that was garnishing my wages. I was really stressed out & embarrassed about my situation, but [Tarshish Cody PLC] successfully sued [the collection agency] & they backed down; we settled out of court, they paid me my damage reward & stopped all garnishments. [Tarshish Cody PLC] went above & beyond for me & when I needed a competent professional who could deliver & be trusted, [Tarshish Cody PLC] was the law firm I needed.”

Can You Help Me Remove An AllianceOne Receivables Management Account from My Credit Report?

Yes we are able to assist with this. Contact us now to learn more.

AllianceOne Receivables Management Contact Info

AllianceOne Receivables Management

3000 Ames Crossing Rd
Eagan, MN 55121
Phone: (866) 286-9091

AllianceOne Receivables Management Telephone Numbers

In trying to reach customers, AllianceOne Receivables Management calls from a multitude of phone numbers. Here is list of phone numbers from which consumers have reported getting calls from AllianceOne, pertaining to debt collection:


How We Can Help

  • Stop The Harassment: All debt collection calls stop once you’ve retained Tarshish Cody, PLC.
  • Get up to $1,000: We can Sue and Recover up to $1,000 in statutory damages for your FDCPA claim
  • 100% Free Legal Assistance: Harassing Debt Collectors must pay our fees in FDCPA claims.

Tarshish Cody PLC represents consumers experiencing harassment from debt collectors like AllianceOne Receivables Management and our attorneys are experienced in protecting your legal rights. Our law firm understands how difficult it is for consumers who fall behind on bills, when pressured by harassment that is illegal and needs to cease. Dealing with harassment is a positive step in the process of managing your late payments or debt. Our attorneys can discuss remedies such as debt consolidation, short sales, bankruptcy, and more, but most importantly, we can get the harassment to stop.

Please call 952-295-3935 now or fill out our Free Case Evaluation Form and one of our attorneys handling Debt Collector Harassment can evaluate your case.

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