Pay your bill onlineSarma Collections, Inc. Consumer Resources
This is an attempt to collect a debt. Any information obtained
will be used for that purpose only.

Answers To Your Questions

Here are some common questions and answers about accounts.

  1. I received a letter/call from Sarma Collections Inc.. What should I do now?
  2. I would like to take care of my account as soon as possible, how can I do that?
  3. What payment options do you accept?
  4. I received a letter/call from Sarma Collections Inc.. Can I still pay the company that I owe?
  5. I would like to take care of my account as discreetly as possible. How can I do that?
  6. Will my account show up on my credit report?
  7. Can an account I have in collections be removed from my credit report?
  8. I filed for bankruptcy. How can I get Sarma Collections Inc.’s information updated to show this?
  9. I lost my file number from the letter Sarma Collections Inc. sent me. How can I get this issue resolved?
  10. I need to dispute the amount that Sarma Collections Inc. says I owe. Who can I talk to?
  11. I have insurance that should have covered my account. How can I get Sarma Collections Inc. that information?
  12. My letter lists “various creditors” instead of a name. What does this mean?

I received a letter/call from Sarma Collections Inc.. What should I do now?

It is important to communicate with a collection agency that has mailed you a notice or left you a message. Even if you do not have the ability to pay your account in full, call the collection agency and explain your situation to them. They may be able to help you find resources to assist you not only with the account that has been placed with their office, but often with other accounts as well. Collection agency representatives at Sarma Collections Inc. are trained to assist you in resolving these problems!

Go to the top of this page


I would like to take care of my account as soon as possible, how can I do that?

The quickest way to pay your account and have your personal credit file updated is to call the agency and pay over the phone, or pay through our web site by credit card or electronic check. Sarma Collections Inc. accepts payments over the phone by electronic check, Visa, or Mastercard. If you do not have those options available, mail your money order immediately and be sure to include your account number on the money order along with your full name, address, and phone number. If there are any questions, they can call you to confirm they are posting the payment to the correct account.

Go to the top of this page


I received a letter/call from Sarma Collections Inc.. Can I still pay the company that I owe?

You can do this; however, your account balance as well as your personal credit file will be updated quicker if the funds are paid directly to the collection agency. If you choose to pay directly to the original creditor, you should request that they notify the agency immediately so the agency can update your accounts as well as your personal credit file with the national credit bureaus.

Go to the top of this page


I would like to take care of my account as discreetly as possible. How can I do that?

Log into your account through the web site and you can handle all communications and payments without involving a representative. If you need to speak to someone you can always call us as well.

Go to the top of this page


What payment options do you accept?

We accept checks, Mastercard, Visa, and Money Gram payments.

Payment Options

Go to the top of this page


Will my account show up on my credit report?

Most of Sarma Collections Inc.’s clients request that we report all accounts to the national credit bureaus. Once the accounts are paid that information is updated to show the item as a paid collection item. If you pay your account in full upon receipt of the first notice, it will usually not be reported at all.

Go to the top of this page


Can an account I have in collections be removed from my credit report?

If there are extenuating circumstances, Sarma Collections Inc. will request approval from the original creditor to have the account removed completely.

Go to the top of this page


I filed for bankruptcy. How can I get Sarma Collections Inc.’s information updated to show this?

You should contact Sarma Collections Inc. immediately. The information required is your bankruptcy attorney’s name, address, & phone number; the bankruptcy case number and type of bankruptcy, and, the date of the filing. Your attorney will then need to confirm that the account being handled by Sarma Collections Inc. is included in the bankrupty. Your attorney should send that notice directly to Sarma Collections Inc.. The notice should include your social security number and the account number as shown on the notice you have received from Sarma Collections Inc..

Go to the top of this page


I lost my file number from the letter Sarma Collections Inc. sent me. How can I get this issue resolved?

You can call Sarma Collections Inc. toll free at 1-888-445-8832. Any representative will be able to help you with your name, address, your current phone number and/or your social security number.

Go to the top of this page


I need to dispute the amount that Sarma Collections Inc. says I owe. Who can I talk to?

To dispute an account, you must send written notice to Sarma Collections Inc. within 30 days of receiving your first collection notice. Your dispute should clearly state the reason for the dispute. Sarma Collections Inc. will then seek additional information from the original creditor and inform you of the outcome of the dispute.

Go to the top of this page


I have insurance that should have covered my account. How can I get Sarma Collections Inc. that information?

Just call our toll free number. Any agent will assist you with that issue. Information to be aware of is that if the account is more than one year old, it is frequently too late to file a medical insurance claim. Our insurance specialists will investigate your insurance issue and confirm coverage to determine if the claim is eligile for payment. You will be notified of the outcome. Because of the timeliness required by insurance payors, it is important to relay this information to Sarma Collections Inc. as soon as you get the first notice.

Go to the top of this page


My letter lists “various creditors” instead of a name. What does this mean?

A listing of “various creditors” means that more than one account is open with us from different creditors. You can call us to get more information on the various accounts. You can call Sarma Collections Inc. toll free at 1-888-445-8832.

Go to the top of this page