Cach LLC Explained: The Right Way to Deal With a Lawsuit

Delina Chantel Yasmeh
Published by Delina Chantel Yasmeh | Author
Last updated: April 14, 2024
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Cach LLC is a debt buyer for unpaid debts from large creditors. In other words, Cach LLC is a collection agency specializing in pursuing late fees and unpaid debts from consumers.

Thanks to decades of experience in business formation, I've learned the implications of a Cach LLC lawsuit. As outcomes may differ, I aim to help you comprehend it better.

Alongside my team of legal experts, I've crafted this guide to enlighten you about Cach LLC and effectively handle a lawsuit.

Quick Summary

  • Cach LLC is a debt collection agency that acquires debts from creditors to pursue payments from consumers, operating as an intermediary to recover funds for original creditors.
  • To avoid a lawsuit from Cach LLC, it is recommended to validate the debt and, after consulting an attorney, negotiate a settlement.
  • Around 45% of small businesses are currently involved in litigation, according to Watkins Firm APC, underscoring the importance of legal awareness and preparedness for businesses.
  • From my perspective, enlisting professional assistance in dealing with debt lawsuits can be invaluable, particularly for individuals unfamiliar with legal procedures, aiming to navigate the complexities of litigation and minimize harassment.

Who Is Cach LLC?

Cach LLC is a debt collection agency that buys debts from other large creditors and financial institutions.

They are not the original creditors of your debt or your loan.

Cach LLC purchases debt by contacting you and asking you to pay the late fees.

They may also try to reach a settlement agreement with you or take legal action if necessary.

Remember, they are not the initial financier, so they may not have all your bank account information.

What Are Your Rights When Dealing With Cach?

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When dealing with CACH, you have certain rights and protections, including protection against harassment or abuse, the right to written notice, and the right to request that the debt collector stop contacting you.

You are also protected in the following ways:

  • You have the right to confirm your debt under the FDCPA. The collection agency must show you that this bank account is your responsibility within 30 days if you request it [1].
  • Cach LLC must be forthright about who they are and what they are attempting to accomplish. They must inform you that they are a debt-collecting agency, both orally and in writing.
  • Cach LLC may not threaten or harass you, make repeated phone calls, or publish a list of debtors publicly.

What Happens if I Get Sued by Cach LLC?

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If Cach LLC sues you, contact the attorneys of your local law offices for a free consultation.

They will review your case and help you determine the best course of action to take.

According to the Watkins Firm APC, about 45% of small businesses are currently involved in litigation, which reflects the widespread nature of these legal disputes.

Several things can happen in a debt collection lawsuit, including:

  • The debt collector can attempt to get a default judgment against you if you do not respond to the lawsuit
  • The debt collector may try wage garnishment or may try to seize your assets
  • You could be ordered to pay damages, attorney fees, and court costs

Contacting an attorney for more information and discussing your options is imperative. Protect yourself as soon as you receive notice of a debt collection lawsuit.

Read More: How to Protect an LLC From Lawsuits

"Every lawsuit results from somebody doing something wrong. If everybody did right, we wouldn't need laws."

- Alan Dershowitz, American Lawyer

Why You Should Get Professional Help to Deal With Cach LLC?

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You should get professional help to deal with Cach LLC, as it can ensure you settle your debt without harassment.

Professionals with experience in debt negotiation can often work with the collection agency on your behalf to potentially reach more favorable settlement terms.

They may have insights into the best strategies for negotiating down the debt amount or arranging a payment plan that fits your financial situation.

As a business advisor, I've observed many struggle with the complexities of the legal system.

I strongly recommend enlisting a professional, such as a debt relief expert, who can provide crucial legal advice and may even get court cases dismissed, avoiding the process altogether.

This guidance is invaluable, especially for those unfamiliar with legal procedures.

How Can Debt Collection Lawsuits Filed Affect My Credit Score?

Debt collection lawsuits can negatively impact credit scores due to potential judgments or liens.

Considering that there are around 12 million contract lawsuits filed every year against small businesses, as per the High Swartz law firm, this legal pressure significantly impacts business owners' credit and operational stability.

The filed lawsuit will appear on your credit report and affect your credit score. It is crucial to remove the collection amount from your credit report as soon as possible.

There are three main ways to remove a collection amount from your credit report:

  • dispute the information with the credit bureau
  • negotiate with the creditor or collector
  • file a lawsuit against the creditor or collector for using the wrong information

Complaints Against Cach LLC

When it comes to debt collection, many things can go wrong.

A common issue is when debt collectors violate fair debt collection practices. Harassing calls, contacting you at work, or using threatening language are examples of bad behavior.

If a debt collection agency is harassing you, you should reach out to them and explain that their behavior is unacceptable. If they don't stop, you can report them to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) [2].

Most complaints involve incorrect reporting, harassment, or the failure to verify a debt. Consider registering a complaint if you find yourself in any of these scenarios.


Will Cach LLC File a Lawsuit Against Me or Withhold My Wages?

To know if Cach LLC will file a lawsuit against you or withhold your wages, it's best to get in touch with a lawyer for advice.

Cach LLC Hasn’t Sued Me, but I Still Want to Settle My Debt; What Do I Do?

If Cach LLC hasn't sued you, but if you still want to settle your debt, you should contact Cach LLC and negotiate a Cach LLC debt settlement agreement.

Can I Negotiate a Settlement With Cach LLC for My Debt?

You can negotiate a debt settlement with CACH LLC, but it will depend on several factors. To navigate the negotiation process and understand your choices when it comes to unpaid debt, it is advisable to consult with a debt settlement attorney.



About The Author

Delina Chantel Yasmeh, J.D./Tax LL.M, specializes in Mergers and Acquisitions at Deloitte and PwC, managing billion-dollar transactions. Educated in Accountancy at California State University and holding advanced degrees from Loyola Law School, she is highly skilled in tax law. Delina also dedicates time to pro bono work for women and children.
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