Consumer Resources


How to Make a Payment

Logicoll, LLC provides three different methods for consumers to make a payment on their account. You may choose to pay online, over the phone at 888-541-0963 or through the US mail at P.O. Box 1479 Lombard, IL 60148.

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This resource provided by Receivables Management Association International offers a mix of tools and information about various types of credit and how borrowing money works. This website provides free financial calculators, educational material and tips everyone can use to improve their financial future.

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Provided by the Financial Literacy & Education Commission, MyMoney.Gov offers educational content about money. This resource focuses on the core principles of money management including learning, borrowing, saving, spending and protecting.

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FDIC: Money Smart

The Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation provides free financial education tools and resources for all ages including games, podcasts, and online learning modules. Money Smart curriculum is available for different audiences including adults, older adults, students and small businesses.

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We are Here to Help

 We work with consumers to resolve outstanding accounts balances and get them back on the path to financial success. We invite consumers to contact our representatives for more information about their accounts.

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Communication Preferences

We offer flexible communication options to reach consumers in the ways most convenient for their lives and preferences, including email. Click here to learn more and opt-in to your preferred communication method.

Compliance Information

Logicoll, LLC cares about consumers and listens to the feedback we receive. We invite you to contact our compliance team to tell them about your experience.

Chief Compliance Officer 

Nikki Noyes
RMAI Certification No – P17202-1235

Email – compliance@Logicoll,
Phone – 888-541-0963

820 Parkview Blvd
Lombard, IL 60148

Spanish speaking customer service representatives are available upon request.

A translation and description of commonly-used debt collection terms is available in multiple languages on the NYC Department of Consumer Affair’s website,

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