Who is National Recovery Agency and why are they calling me?

National Recovery Agency is a nationwide provider of accounts receivable management. We have been helping their consumers resolve financial obligations since 1976 and are committed to 100% customer satisfaction. At NRA, we are committed to providing you excellent customer service while recovering your obligation. We are happy to assist you with resolving your debt. Please give us a call!

Contact the Customer Assistance Team. NRA Can Help...

National Recovery Agency has called me but I don’t believe that I have a debt with National Recovery Agency.

National Recovery Agency has sent me a collection letter but I don’t believe that I have a debt with National Recovery Agency.

NRA wants to help you reach a resolution. Call us now at (800) 773-4503 and speak to a member of the Customer Assistance Team.

This site is designed to help you find the information that you need to communicate with NRA and to help you stop NRA collections.

Need Customer Resources? NRA Can Help...

Ask Dr. Debt
www.askdoctordebt.com

Federal Trade Commission & Fair Credit Reporting
www.ftc.gov

Annual Credit Report
Requests with the three major credit bureaus (Experian, TransUnion, Equifax)
www.annualcreditreport.com

The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA)
www.hhs.gov/ocr/privacy

This site is designed to help you find the information that you need to communicate with NRA and to help you stop NRA collections.

Need a Settlement In Full/Paid In Full Letter. NRA Can Help...

You may request a PIF/SIF letter.

PIF/SIF letters will not be sent for ten (10) days following request.

We will not recognize any request within the first seven (7) days.

I want to request a Payment In Full Letter or Settlement In Full Letter.

Requested letters will be sent to you via email.

Have A Medical Bill And Insurance? NRA Can Help...

We understand that health insurance can be hard to understand and complex.

If you have questions about the coverage and benefits your health plan provides, it is best to contact your insurance company before your services are scheduled.

You may receive bills directly from healthcare providers for treatment related to your services received. You are responsible for the services not covered by insurance.

If you have insurance and received a medical bill that you believe should be covered, complete this form.

This site is designed to help you find the information that you need to communicate with NRA and to help you stop NRA collections.

Have A Credit Bureau Report Issue? NRA Can Help...

To dispute information in your credit report or for problems with the Credit reporting Agencies, please contact Equifax, Experian, or TransUnion directly. You may also contact National Recovery Agency to dispute an item on your report.

Equifax
P. O. Box 740241, Atlanta, GA 30374-0241 Tel: 800-685-1111
www.equifax.com

Experian
P. O. Box 9595 [see note], Allen, TX 75013-9595 Tel: 888-397-3742
www.experian.com

Trans Union
P. O. Box 1000, Chester, PA 19022 Tel: 800-888-4213
www.transunion.com

When ordering your credit report, you might be asked to provide the following information: First, middle and last name; current address; previous addresses for past two years; social security number, date of birth; current employer; phone number.

Access your Free Annual Credit Report Now!

www.annualcreditreport.com

Fight identity theft by monitoring and reviewing your credit report. You may request your free credit report online.

If you want to order your credit reports online, you are entitled to one free credit report each year from each of the three credit bureaus — Experian, Equifax and TransUnion. The three credit bureaus have set up a website so you can easily order your credit reports online.

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Are You A Victim of Identity Theft? NRA Can Help...

NRA’s Identity Theft Prevention Program is designed to detect, prevent and mitigate identity theft.

It is NRA’s commitment to protect existing consumers, reduce the risk of identity fraud, and minimize any potential damage to consumers.

If you think you are a victim of identity theft, please visit:
www.ftc.gov/bcp/edu/microsites/idtheft

Please notify National Recovery Agency of this claim.

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What to do when you receive a collection notice.

National Recovery Agency believes that every consumer wants to pay their bill, but for a number of reasons they are unable to do so. Working with a collection agency need not be an unpleasant experience. Our professional representatives are here to help you resolve your financial obligation.

If you have been contacted by our office, please consider the following suggestions that may help you pay your debt.

1. Don't Get Angry
Your account came to us from someone who values your business. However, just as you depend on an income to pay for groceries, rent and other necessities, those who extend credit must have payment for their goods and services in order to pay their bills and remain in business. Now, your account is past due. It is time to find a solution.
2. Contact Us
If you believe you do not owe this bill or have questions about this bill please contact us immediately! This allows us to provide a response to the issues you raise. If you do owe the bill, please make payment now. If you are unable to pay in full at this time, please let us know why and we can establish a suitable payment arrangement. Whatever the reasons are for your delinquency, to get this matter resolved you should contact our office.
3. Let Us Help
While collecting past due accounts is our business, helping consumers like yourself solve their financial problems is our commitment. Our staff is experienced in credit and collections and are able to assist you if you let them. If your account is in our office, it may have been reported to the credit reporting agencies.