- 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!
Dealing With Creditors
Your Rights When Dealing with Collection Agencies
Being in debt is not fun when you fall behind on your bills. Creditors can become very persistent when they are trying to get you to pay. Some will even threaten you. There are some laws that protect you from the abusive tactics that some debt collectors use to scare you. Are you the victim of persistent phone calls or threatening conversations?
As a consumer, you're protected from several abusive or harassing techniques under the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act. Debt collectors cannot lie to you, and they are prohibited from speaking to anyone besides you about your debt.
If you are being harassed by a debt collector, you have options. Contact an attorney who is knowledgeable about your rights under the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act. A skilled lawyer's counsel will give you the confidence to handle the harassment and the knowledge to get your creditors off your back.
As your advocate, an attorney experienced in debt collection law will show you how to protect yourself and your family from the nagging phone calls and harassment of debt collectors.
Complete the Free FDCPA Case Evaluation to See if You Qualify
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.