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How to Resolve a Debt with Revenue Enterprises LLC

Hannah Locklear | August 18, 2023

Hannah Locklear
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Hannah Locklear, BA

Hannah Locklear is SoloSuit’s Marketing and Impact Manager. With an educational background in Linguistics, Spanish, and International Development from Brigham Young University, Hannah has also worked as a legal support specialist for several years.

Summary: If Revenue Enterprises LLC has communicated with you about a debt, SoloSuit can help you respond to the initial contact with a Debt Validation Letter, respond to a debt lawsuit, and settle your debt before going to court.

Dealing with outstanding debts can be a stressful and overwhelming process. If you've received a letter or a call from Revenue Enterprises LLC, it means they are trying to collect a debt on behalf of a creditor. Resolving this debt doesn't have to be a nightmare. By understanding the process and taking proactive steps, you can navigate through it with clarity and confidence.

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What is Revenue Enterprises LLC?

Revenue Enterprises LLC is a debt collection agency that specializes in medical debt collection and partners with healthcare organizations throughout the United States.

Revenue Enterprises LLC is accredited by the Better Business Bureau with an A+ rating. Despite its positive BBB rating, Revenue Enterprises LLC has received dozens of complaints submitted to the Consumer Financial Protection Burea’s consumer complaint database.

Many of these complaints involve incorrect credit reporting, invalid medical debts, and Revenue Enterprise’s failure to validate debts upon request. If you owe a medical debt, there is a chance you’ll be contacted by Revenue Enterprises LLC. In response, ask them to validate your debt before taking any other action.

Make Revenue Enterprises LLC validate your debt

Before making any payments or agreements, ensure that the debt truly belongs to you. You should:

  • Send a Debt Validation Letter. This should force Revenue Enterprises to validate the details of your debt, including the original creditor, the amount owed, and any other relevant information.
  • Check the statute of limitations. Debt has a legal expiration date, and you should be aware if your debt has surpassed this. If it has, you can’t be sued for it. Laws vary by state, so do your research and check out SoloSuit’s resources to help educate yourself.

Here’s the contact information for Revenue Enterprises LLC:

Mailing address: PO box 441368, Aurora, CO 80044
Phone: 800-774-7147

If Revenue Enterprises LLC can’t validate your debt, they must cease communications. But if it turns out that your debt is valid, you still have options. In fact, debt settlement could be the best step to take next.

Settle your debt with Revenue Enterprises LLC

If you're unable to pay the full amount upfront, you can negotiate with Revenue Enterprises LLC for a reduced amount or set up a payment plan. This is known as debt settlement, which typically involves:

  • Lump-Sum Settlement: Offer a one-time payment that is less than the full amount owed. Often, collectors might be willing to accept less if they can close the account. Typically, creditors and collectors will accept around 60% of your debt to settle.
  • Installment Plan: If you can't pay a lump sum, see if they'll allow you to make monthly payments. You may have to negotiate the terms on your payment plan, and be sure to ask about interest before you make any agreements.

It's crucial to stick to the payment plan or settlement terms. Defaulting on an agreed-upon arrangement can lead to more complications.

Once you've reached an agreement, ensure you receive a written agreement detailing the terms. This should outline the amount you've agreed to pay, the number of installments (if any), and any other pertinent details. Be sure to check your credit report to ensure the account is marked as "settled" or "paid." If there are inaccuracies, dispute them with the credit bureaus.

SoloSettle, powered by SoloSuit, is a tech-based approach to debt settlement. Our software helps you send and receive settlement offers until you reach an agreement with the collector. Once an agreement is reached, we’ll help you manage the settlement documentation and transfer your payment to the creditor or debt collector, helping you keep your financial information private and secure.

To learn more about how to settle a debt with Revenue Enterprises LLC, check out this video:

Respond to a debt lawsuit

If you get sued for medical debt, the first step you should take is to respond to the lawsuit before your state’s deadline. To respond to a debt lawsuit, you have to draft and file an Answer into the case. In your Answer, you should:

  • Respond to each claim against you.
  • Assert your affirmative defenses.

SoloSuit can help you draft and file a customized Answer to your debt lawsuit in minutes and increase your chances of winning. Our software helps you create a personalized response to your debt case. All you have to do is respond to a series of questions about your case, and an Answer document will be generated for you.

Your Answer will be properly formatted, contain appropriate legal language, address all the claims against you, and include a section for your affirmative defenses.

To learn more about how to respond to a debt collection lawsuit in your state, read our guide: How to Answer a Summons for Debt Collection - The Ultimate 50 State Guide

Stand up for your rights

Familiarize yourself with the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA). This act outlines your rights as a consumer and the rules collectors must follow. Read our guide on FDCPA Violations List to learn more about your rights.

If you believe that Revenue Enterprises LLC is not adhering to the FDCPA or if you're overwhelmed by the process, consider consulting with an attorney who specializes in consumer rights or debt resolution.

The bottom line

Resolving a debt with Revenue Enterprises LLC or any collection agency can seem daunting. However, by staying informed, maintaining open communication, and following the steps outlined above, you can navigate the process with greater ease. Remember, you have rights as a consumer, and it's in everyone's best interest to resolve outstanding debts in a fair and amicable manner.

Remember that seeking professional financial advice or legal assistance can provide you with valuable insights and guidance throughout the process. And best of all, SoloSuit can help you respond to debt collectors without having to hire an attorney.

What is SoloSuit?

SoloSuit makes it easy to fight debt collectors.

You can use SoloSuit to respond to a debt lawsuit, to send letters to collectors, and even to settle a debt.

SoloSuit's Answer service is a step-by-step web-app that asks you all the necessary questions to complete your Answer. Upon completion, we'll have an attorney review your document and we'll file it for you.

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