Iowa Debt Collection Law Firms

Debt Collectors Who Have Brought Debt Collection Actions Against Iowans

While many debt collectors attempt to collect by harassment and coercion, there are out-of-state third-party debt collectors who do bring Small Claims or District Court collection lawsuits against Iowans for credit card debt, auto deficiencies, medical debt, etc. These collectors are generally represented by Iowa law firms with experienced collection attorneys licensed to practice law in Iowa. If you are representing yourself, you are no match for these specialized, experienced collection attorneys. Get help.  

If you have received a “right to cure” or debt collection letter from any of the following in-state debt collection law firms there is a very good chance a debt collection lawsuit is about to be filed against you. If the lawsuit is ignored, it will likely be followed by a default judgment and garnishment of wages or bank accounts.

If you have been contacted by any of the following third-party debt collectors or their in-state attorneys, you should contact the Johnson Law Firm or another lawyer immediately to discuss your situation. Do not contact a debt settlement company or a credit counselor. You are about to get sued and you need a competent consumer credit lawyer. The Johnson Law Firm will provide a free initial consultation.

Debt Collector and Collection Law Firm:

Discover Bank: Gurstel Chargo; Wetsch, Abbott, Osborn, Van Vliet; Brumbaugh & Quandahl

Portfolio Recovery AssociatesRausch Sturm

Barclays Bank

Main Street Acquisitions: Gurstel Charge

US Bank: Gurstel Chargo

Bank of America (FIA Card Services): Rausch, Sturm

ARS National Services (collects Citibank accounts)

Arrow Financial:  Gurstel Chargo; Rausch Sturm

Hilco Receivables:  Gurstel Chargo

Atlantic Credit: Pech, Hughes, McDonald; now Wetsch, Abbott, Osborne, Van Vliet

Portfolio Recovery Associates:  Gurstel Chargo: Wetsch Abbott Osborne

Capital One Bank: Gurstel Chargo; Rausch Sturm; Brumbaugh & Quandahl

Citibank: Rausch Sturm

North Star Acquisitions: Gurstel Chargo

North Star Capital: Brumbaugh & Quandahl

Resurgence Financial: Rausch Sturm

Midland Funding: Rausch Sturm; Wetsch, Abbott, Osborn, Van Vliet

MRC Receivables: Rausch Sturm; Wetsch, Abbott, Osborn, Van Vliet

TMG Financial: Pech, Hughes & McDonald

CACH: Rausch Sturm

CACV of Colorado: Rausch Storm

Target National Bank: Rausch Sturm

Worldwide Asset Purchasing: Rausch Sturm

Security Credit: Rausch Sturm

West Asset Management: Brumbaugh & Quandahl

Palisades Collection: Rausch Sturm; Brumbaugh & Quandahl; Gurstel Chargo

Gemini Capital Group: McCormick and Assoc.

National Collegiate Student Loan Trust; Gurstel Chargo

Omnium Worldwide: Brumbaugh & Quandahl

Phoenix Receovery Group: McCormick and Assoc.

Einstein Financial: Curtis McCormick

Portfolio Recovery Associates: Wetsch Abbott Osborne

Credit Acceptance Corp: Blitt & Gaines, Christopher Low

NCO Portfolio Management

First National Bank of Omaha:  Brumbaugh & Quandahl

Great Seneca Financial Corp: Brumbaugh & Quandahl

Providian National Bank

Household Financial: Gurstel Chargo; Wetsch Abbott Osborne

Sears Roebuck: Wetsch Abbott Osborne

GE Money Bank: Wetsch Abbott Osborne; Brumbaugh & Quandahl

Unifund CCR Partners: Wetsch Abbott Osborne, Brumbaugh & Quandahl

Providian National Bank

Cavalry SPV: Gurstel Chargo, Wetsch, Abbott, Osborne

Ford Motor Credit: Wetsch Abbott Osborne

Asset Acceptance:  Gurstel Chargo; Brumbaugh & Quandahl; Abendroth and Russell; Christopher Low

LVNV Funding: Gurstel Chargo; Rausch Sturm; Brumbaugh and Quandahl

Nebraska Furniture Mart; Brumbaugh & Quandahl; Wetsch, Abbott and Osborne

Convergence Receivables: Charles Littow

Palisades Collection: Rausch Sturm

Velocity Investments:  Rausch Sturm

Security Credit Services: Rausch Sturm

Equable Ascent Financial–Gurstel Chargo; Rausch Sturm

United Auto Credit: Curtis McCormick

Wells Fargo: Roger Turbak