Stop Commonwealth Edison (Com Ed) Debt Harassment

Is Com Ed harassing you over a debt? Is Com Ed placing robocalls to you or sending you unsolicited text messages? You have rights under state and federal laws! We will aggressively enforce the law to stop this harassment. Not only will we stop the harassment, but you may be entitled to money damages, too. Finally, you won’t have to pay us a dime for our services. Keep reading to learn about your rights.

 

 

Com Ed (Commonwealth Edison) is an American utility company, based out of Chicago. The company, which sells and routes electricity, was founded in 1907, and serves the Chicago area and Northern Illinois. Com Ed was recently acquired by Exelon Corporation, a major electric and gas utility holding company. Service with Com Ed requires a contract, tied to a credit card or bank account. Com Ed has had a few problems with customer service of late; the Better Business Bureau has received over seven hundred complaints on Com Ed's billing and collection branch in the last twelve months alone.

What happens, though, if you find yourself in financial difficulty and you cannot pay your Com Ed bills? Well, you’re not alone. If Com Ed is contacting you to collect a debt, whether you owe it or not, Com Ed must follow the law.

Com Ed has several telephone numbers it places collection calls from. Com Ed may be calling you from the following telephone numbers:

206-315-4771, 855-817-4756, 312-572-6990, 773-423-2053, 206-315-3110, 312-981-8726, 773-840-5091, 800-334-7661, 708-856-8499, 773-359-2406, 309-319-9574, 312-187-5581, 312-985-0985, 623-931-5410, 773-555-1685

If Com Ed has done anyone of the following, contact Agruss Law Firm, LLC, for a free case evaluation:

• Called you after you told them to stop calling you.

• Called you about a debt you do not owe.

• Continued to call you after you have told the collector you cannot pay the debt.

• Communicated (phone or letter) with you after you filed for bankruptcy.

• Communicated (phone or letter) with you after you told the collector you have a lawyer.

• Called you before 8:00 a.m. or after 9:00 p.m.

• Called you at work after you told the collector you cannot receive such calls at work.

• Left you a voicemail message without saying the company’s name.

• Called third parties (family, friends, co-workers, or neighbors).

• Threatened legal action against you.

• Placed robocalls to you.

Sent you unsolicited text messages.

If Com Ed has done any of the above, you may be entitled to money damages. Plus, you won’t have to pay us a dime for our services. Founding attorney, Michael Agruss, has settled over 1,500 debt collection harassment cases. Now, we want to you help you, too. Contact Agruss Law Firm, LLC, at 888-572-0176 for a free consultation.

 

See all of the phone numbers that Commonwealth Edison may be calling from.

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Submitted Complaints

Looking for info about my Dad's award for saving of a human life(Albert J. Whetter) Nov. 15, 1979. I want to tell his grandchildren. His name was John W. Vynanek southside generating station Chicago. District Foreman on retirement. About 1980.