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looking for e-mail for credit Protection Association,L.P

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Iam trying to find an e-mail for CREDIT PROTECTION ASSOCIATION L.P.of Dallas Tx.,75240

Sammy the only company I have heard of is Credit Protection Depot or Services they are affiliated with my cash now. Is that who you are looking for? Kyside38

Sub: #1 posted on Thu, 08/10/2006 - 12:24


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The chief executive of the company is Sumi Marashi

The address is

Credit Protection Association
13355 Noel Road, 21st FloorOne Galleria
Dallas, TX 75240
(800) 800-6499

Sub: #2 posted on Thu, 08/10/2006 - 12:32

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Sub: #3 posted on Thu, 11/29/2007 - 09:42


This Company should be reported to the Better Business Bureau about their practices not getting back with the customers. I am reporting them, and I do hope that you do also. They will investigate!

Sub: #4 posted on Thu, 08/14/2008 - 15:12


Sumi Marashi's email address is [email][/ema il] . Marashi's phone number is 1-800-800-6499 ext. 1122. Credit Protection Association is a debt collection agency for the telecommunications industry. There are a number of complaints about the company on file with the BBB of Dallas, which gives them an unfavorable rating.

Sub: #5 posted on Fri, 11/14/2008 - 06:09


You can go to their web site or email to [email][/email].

Sub: #6 posted on Sun, 12/14/2008 - 12:47


For all you guys who have never worked for a 3rd party collection agency. You really should get more detail on what the company is actually for. You guys should be upset with the company you had services with and not the collection agency who actually had the account sent to them. They have no control over if an account is sent to there company. Nor do they have control over what information is sent to there company. I do understand that sometimes it can be a miscommunication, But most of the time its the customer that didnt follow up with the orignal company to see if they had and outstanding bill. Then when its sent to collections, all of a sudden the collection agencies are the bad guys.Thats not fair, Most of you know that whats in collections you caused for it to be there. You wait for it to go to collections and then call to see if you can get a settlement. Some of you guys been had things on your credit report for years. So dont get upset at someone who is doing there job.That individual that picks up the line is not the cause of whatever situation that took place. Its really ashame that You guys are looking for someone to blame. Most of you call in with an attitude. You really should treat people how you would like to be treated. I know some of you are victims of idenity theft, and some information cross with a payment by mail, or the system generated an account to go to collection status a day before the account is paid. It can be resolved with a pleasant business matter. Some of you guys are so rude! Thats not how you get someone to do all they can to assist you.

Sub: #7 posted on Wed, 03/04/2009 - 09:59


I appreciate the point made about refering back to the originator of the debt, not necessarily getting angry with the collection company, however, this particular collection company has some issues. I was sent a bill from them this past March, which I paid. The following month, I received a bill for the same amount. At this time, I sent them copies of all the pertinent info showing that I had paid (i.e., their transaction number, a copy of my bank statement showing a withdrawl from the company, etc...). I am still receiving bills which are becoming increasingly threatening.

Sub: #8 posted on Thu, 06/04/2009 - 10:44


these people never even sent me a *** notice for the bill not one goddamned letter.... i look forward to the day i get one.. im gonna wipe my *** with it

ill see them in court
*abusive term deleted -Jason

Sub: #9 posted on Fri, 07/17/2009 - 17:06


The OP asked for email, which I don't know. Personally, I wouldn't correspond with a CA via email, do it in writing by mail. For example, if you send a DV by email, it doesn't really count and they can delete it. Send all correspondence certified, return receipt requested. That way you know they got it, and you have proof they signed for it, in case the matter ever does come up in court or such.

Sub: #10 posted on Sat, 07/18/2009 - 14:26

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