- Are You Being Harrassed by Debt Collectors?
- Are Collectors Threatening Action Against You?
- Are Collectors Calling Anyone Other Than Your Spouse?
Learn Your Rights and FIGHT BACK!
Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA)
Understand Your FDCPA Rights and Stop Debt Collector Harrasment
In 1977, the U.S. Congress passed the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act to protect consumers from abusive and deceptive third party debt collectors. This law has protected thousands of people just like from unscrupulous debt collection tactics.
At FairCollectionPractices.com our goal is to educate consumers about the FDCPA Law and to help people find an experienced FDCPA Attorney to help with their case. If you feel your FDCPA rights have been violated by a debt collector, complete our FDCPA Case Review form and an FDCPA Lawyer will contact you to answer your questions.
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Do You have an FDCPA Case?
- Have you received multiple calls from a third-party* debt collector?
Has a third-party* debt collector ever threatened to take any action against you (legal or otherwise)?
Has a third-party* debt collector ever contacted anyone other than your spouse about your debt?
If you answered "Yes" to any of these questions, your FDCPA rights have been violated and you should FIGHT BACK. Complete the Free Case Review form and an FDCPA Attorney will contact you to discuss your case. Don't wait -- get help Today!
* A third-party debt collector is an agency that is NOT the original creditor, lender, or company from which you have borrowed money or received a line of credit.