Infamous New York Debt Collection Law Firm Stephen Einstein & Associates, P.C. merges with Tromberg, Morris & Poulin, PLLC

By: Robert J. Nahoum

The infamous New York debt collection law firm Stephen Einstein & Associates, P.C. has merged with industry competitor, national law firm Tromberg, Morris & Poulin, PLLC.  According to their websites:

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Stephen Einstein & Associates, P.C. was a relatively was a small player in the New York debt collection arena until it became the beneficiary of the demise of the then much busier debt collection mill  Mel S. Harris & Associates. in 2015.  Since then, Stephen Einstein & Associates has grown increasingly each year.

In 2019, Stephen Einstein & Associates, P.C. filed over 27,000 debt collection cases in New York. During that same period of time, Tromberg, Morris & Poulin, PLLC filed nearly 5,000 New York debt collection cases.

This merger during a heavily burdened economy and unprecedented levels of consumer borrowing and debt sets the stage for a very busy 2021 for the new Tromberg, Morris & Poulin, PLLC.

Tromberg, Morris and Poulin, PLLC is a Florida based law firm with an increasingly national practice.  In New York Tromberg, Morris and Poulin, PLLC is located at 39 Broadway, Suite 1250, New York, New York, 10006. 

Tromberg, Morris and Poulin, PLLC represents some of the most prolific and infamous junk debt buyers including

Law-firm debt collectors like Tromberg, Morris and Poulin, PLLC employ few attorneys but many non-attorney debt collection agents.  In fact, if you call them, you will not speak with an attorney, you will speak with a debt collection agent who is probably being paid a commission for any money he or she collects from you.

Tromberg, Morris and Poulin, PLLC and many of its clients are sued regularly by consumers for violations of the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA).  The FDCPA is a federal law that regulates the collection of consumer debts. It precludes third party debt collectors from using false, misleading, deceptive and harassing debt collection tactics. If a debt buyer or its attorney violates the FDCPA, you can sue for statutory damages up to $1,000.00 plus actual damages (like pain and suffering) and your attorney’s fees. 

If you need help settling or defending a debt collection law suit, stopping harassing debt collectors or suing a debt collector, contact us today to see what we can do for you.  With office located in the Brooklyn and Rockland County, the Law Offices of Robert J. Nahoum defends consumers in debt collection cases throughout the Tristate area including New Jersey.

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