Is CACH LLC legit?

Is CACH LLC legit?

CACH, LLC, Inc is a real, legitimate company. Originally founded in 2005 in Colorado, currently headquartered in Greenville, SC, they are a medium sized collection agency in the US. Their mailing address is 55 Beattie Pl, Greenville, SC 29601.

Who is the new owner of CACH, LLC?

It just means that you now owe the debt to the new owner. You still owe your debt but the new owner is CACH. CACH outsources the management of its portfolio of accounts to a company called Resurgent Capital Services.

Can a LLC be held liable for an employee action?

In the event an employee action leads to liabilities for the company, these protections remain in place only for owners, not for employees. Even though owners of the company are not personally liable for actions of the employees, the LLC is liable. The LLC can be held liable for any damages employees cause.

What is the Form 8832 for a LLC?

An LLC that does not want to accept its default federal tax classification, or that wishes to change its classification, uses Form 8832, Entity Classification Election (PDF), to elect how it will be classified for federal tax purposes.

Who is CACH and what does CACH do?

CACH, LLC, purchases portfolios of both domestic (U.S.) and international consumer debt owned by credit grantors including banks and finance companies, and by other debt buyers. As the new owner of any debt previously owned by another creditor, CACH’s name may appear on a customer’s credit report or in a letter from a collection agency.

Who is CACH LLC and what does it do?

CACH LLC is a debt buyer for unpaid debts from large creditors such as Avant or Citi. We review many lawsuit cases per year where the company sues an individual for unpaid debt.

What to do when you get sued by CACH LLC?

The first thing to do when you get sued by CACH LLC is to determine whether or not you owe the debt.

How can CACH LLC obtain a judgment without my knowledge?

There are many times where CACH LLC will be able to obtain a judgment without your knowledge. Say for example that you were not able to receive the court summons. The creditor may ask the judge to have a judgment passed to them regardless of whether you received the summons or not. In this case, it may be more difficult to negotiate with CACH.

Is the employer required to give you a severance package?

Unfortunately, no. Employers are not required to give you a severance package. There are some exceptions, including company policies and contract terms . How Will My Package Be Calculated?