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Credit Card Receivables Fund, Inc., Complaints and Lawsuits

CFPB Debt Collection Complaint Ranking*:

#178 of 2,458 Companies

Lawsuits, Penalties, or Sanctions:

GRANT v. UNIFUND CCR, LLC (Argued and Submitted March 7, 2014 — Pasadena, California.) United States Court of Appeals, Ninth Circuit. No. 12-56641.

ROSENAU v. UNIFUND CORP. (Argued June 30, 2008.) United States Court of Appeals, Third Circuit. No. 07-3019.

Location and Contact Details:

10625 Techwood Cir
Cincinnati, Ohio 45242
Phone: 513-489-8877
Fax: (513) 489-7511
David Rosenberg, Founder-CEO
Morgan Smith, COO-VP of Operations
Tracey Gibson, Ethics Contact

Business Model:

Credit Card Receivables Fund, Inc. (CCR) is a debt collection partner of Unifund CCR Partners, LLC which buys, sells, and collects under-performing and distressed consumer receivables in the United States. UniFund CCR collects debts for attorneys, banks, brokers, collection agencies, credit card issuers, financial institutions, and re-sellers. Clients include CitiBank and American Express.

It also handles government debts such as taxes (income, property, payroll, franchise, and inheritance), court-ordered fines and fees, student and other loans, motor vehicle violations, and license fines and fees, as well as other state, county and municipal obligations.

UniFund CCR Partners was founded in 1986 by current CEO David Rosenberg. Rosenberg was a partner with hip-hop artists Jay-Z and Russell Simmons in a casino at New York’s Aqueduct racetrack.

Related businesses include UniFund Group and UniRush Rushcard.

* Ranking determined by the overall number of debt collection complaints to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) as of year-end 2015 and should be considered in context of company size and/or market share. See the CFPB debt collection complaint database in real-time here

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