Cardinal Accounts Inc.

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Cardinal Accounts Inc.

4855 S Emerson Ave
Indianapolis, IN 46203-6930

Cardinal Accounts Inc.

Cardinal Accounts Inc. is an Indiana collection agency. Indiana collection agencies can help businesses, medical practices and facilities that are creditors to collect their accounts receivable. Debt collection help might include; collection demand letters, debt collector phone calls, credit reporting to credit bureaus and legal proceedings including lawsuits.

As with any business, if you are considering hiring Cardinal Accounts Inc. to collect your debts, you should contact their local Better Business Bureau and check their references.

You should be certain that Cardinal Accounts Inc. is abiding by the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA), the main law that regulates collection agencies. You don’t want to damage your reputation or create a liability for you business by using a disreputable debt collector.


You might also want to find out if the Indiana Attorney General has taken any action against them for privacy violations or not abiding by collection agency regulations. You should also know that they are in compliance with all Indiana collections laws including (but not limited to):


  • Indiana Collection Agency Bond & Licensing Rules
  • Indiana Statute Of Limitations
  • Indiana Interest Rates (to avoid usury)
  • Indiana Wage Garnishment Exemptions
  • Indiana Bad Check Laws (NSF)

Cardinal Accounts Inc.

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ashedsen sare July 8, 2011 at 9:45 pm

California Wage Garnishment

Up to 25% of the debtor's net disposable earnings. Once the levy has been served on the employer by the sheriff or marshal, it remains in effect until the judgment has been paid in full. Because California is a community property state, the wages of a non-judgment debtor spouse are also subject to levy.