United Recovery Systems

United Recovery Systems is a collection agency that has been in business since 1977. United Recovery Systems is headquartered in Houston, Texas, and has offices in Tulsa Oklahoma, Monterrey Mexico, Tempe Arizona, and Bryan Texas. United Recovery Systems has over 1000 employees and collects on debt originally owed to credit card companies, retail stores, and deficiency loan industries.

According to its Web site, United Recovery Systems “has maintained consistent growth through the years by providing a high-quality collection service to a select group of clients.” However, according to its track record, United Recovery Systems’s collection activities shed a much different light when analyzed under the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act. The FDCPA has been around for almost 35 years. The FDCPA is a federal law that applies to every state. In other words, everyone is protected by the FDCPA. The FDCPA is essentially a laundry list of what debt collects can and cannot do while collecting a debt, as well as things debt collectors must do while collecting a debt.

According to the Public Access to Court Electronic Records (PACER), United Recovery Systems has been sued over 175 times in the last 3 years for debt collection harassment. It does not get any better for United Recovery Systems on the Better Business Bureau, either. First, United Recovery Systems is not accredited with the better Business Bureau. Second, the Better Business Bureau has processed over 150 billing/collection issues, and almost 200 total complaints, regarding United Recovery Systems in the last three years.

United Recovery Systems has dozens of telephone numbers it places debt collection callsfrom. United Recovery Systems may be calling you from the following telephone numbers: 866-582-4085, 866-891-6939, 717-388-4745, 954-333-8287, 407-956-1502, 801-945-9064, 866-284-4374, 626-244-0070, 804-234-9010, 706-478-9229, 877-405-4615, 888-302-4011, 815-549-0643, 301-710-6404, 506-224-4562, 800-236-5496, 516-620-9571, 775-624-9286, 888-593-8403, 866-815-3211, 417-429-0533, 800-662-1877, 478-607-2609, 540-908-2561, 732-410-7129, 646-448-8384, 302-294-8111, 951-324-0533, 866-516-1880, 866-815-8811, 888-733-1270, 401-441-6870, 312-878-2290, 719-623-6593, 214-295-3625, 757-716-7193, 631-443-5960, 718-759-9536, 208-449-1537, 970-212-9374, 888-763-2427, 847-348-8661, 831-515-0087, 866-815-8808, 203-416-8125, 201-499-7445, 802-221-4257, 888-733-1243, 800-236-4300, 703-939-9971, 406-333-0020, 888-733-1264, 888-733-1265, 866-582-4084, 508-202-4699, 817-522-3298, 888-733-1288, 248-686-1287, 253-341-4274, 937-684-4838, 352-414-1921, 307-222-4781, 888-739-0868, 973-988-1838, 732-413-6465, 609-840-8108, 800-326-3446, 801-656-6416, 888-763-2423, 201-490-3006, 210-249-0916, 229-947-4591, 303-993-1554, 317-682-1730, 410-372-4856, 509-591-0512, 614-448-3350, 661-456-0538, 713-260-7627, 800-304-8854, 800-331-8970, 800-658-1164, 800-664-3129, 805-212-9054, 818-630-0047, 866-227-0955, 888-593-8401, 916-760-2381, 972-354-4914, 205-409-2854, 215-825-8547, 305-433-2677, 336-698-3337, 413-382-9700, 503-802-0863, 512-600-1778, 601-308-4113, 618-623-0473, 646-845-0094, 678-918-9086, 713-977-1234, 718-307-5163, 772-446-3285, 800-304-8855, 800-353-5984, 800-658-1175, 801-428-3730, 812-496-4419, 866-447-0446, 866-815-3496, 928-268-3020, 973-557-4516, 206-607-6296, 217-919-0304, 281-925-1514, 360-397-4756, 504-717-2316, 601-714-2099, 619-330-9072, 650-223-0160, 704-401-0719, 714-398-8874, 800-326-0150, 800-658-2184, 866-480-0853, 866-787-0790, 949-243-1020, 224-532-2315, 313-344-0918, 419-558-4157, 507-407-8139, 520-226-9270, 612-208-2948, 651-315-8271, 716-362-6720, 732-372-4267, 800-234-3446, 800-580-8450, 800-658-2192, 803-335-3638, 818-466-0143, 856-827-6885, 866-516-6961, 866-815-0559, and 888-810-6790.
Is United Recovery Systems harassing you over a debt?

If United Recovery Systems has harassed you over a debt, whether they called you excessively, threatened you, made misrepresentations when trying to collect old debts, called you at work despite knowing you cannot receive these type of calls at work, disclosed your debt to a third party, tried to collect a debt from you that you did not owe, or left you a voicemail message without the proper disclosures, contact Agruss Law Firm, LLC, for a free case evaluation. Founding attorney, Michael Agruss, has settled over 1,500 debt collection harassment cases. Now, Agruss Law Firm, LLC, wants to help you, too.

One Comment

  • Tammy
    Posted April 1, 2013 at 7:20 pm | Permalink

    Question: After my layoff in 2009 I contacted Union Plus to alert them of our new & unpleasant situation and asked that they close my account, stop finance charges and set auto payments of 75 per month (until I found a new job), they refused my offer and closed my account, I tried to keep up with the payments but obviously saw it was a losing situation. Of course after 180 days they turned me over to United Recovery, which after lots of arguments and telling them NO I would not take it out of our 401K she FINALLY agreed to accept 100.00 auto drafts. I set this up in November 2010 and have been making 100.00 monthly payments since then. I pulled my credit report and found that Union Plus is STILL reporting a monthly Charge Off and it has hit my credit score very hard…I was so shocked and upset and when I called United Recovery she basically said well borrow the money from your 401k or Union Plus will continue to respond monthly with a CO until you finalize your debt – she let me know I had another 13 months of CO’s coming to me and that if I used my 401k or borrowed against it this activity would be stopped.

    It’s completely disheartening to 1 lose your job, 2 sacrifice to make and keep the arrangements you’ve made to clear your debt and 3 to have YEARS of monthly negative postings for your attempt to clear your debt (IN FULL…NO REDUCTIONS PERIOD!). I sure would appreciate some insight as to how I might correct this or if it’s simply “too bad”.

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