Let us stop the harassing debt collection calls now.
There is a legal way to collect on a debt, and an illegal way to collect on a debt. Unfortunately, many of these agencies choose the latter method. Many times they are trying to collect on a debt that is not even yours, or if it is your debt, you would like to pay it, but they will not be reasonable in regards to allowing you to make payments that you can afford.
If you find that you are being harassed by a debt collector, please contact us, and we will listen to your story and let you know where your rights may or may not have been violated. We will take on, we will contact these companies and let them know that not only have they violated your consumer rights, but also that they owe you compensation.
If they have violated federal laws regulating debt collectors, then they are also responsible for your attorney’s fees and costs; so you do not have to give us any money out of your own pocket for our legal services.
Have Your FDCPA Rights Been Violated?
We will file an FDCPA claim against a third-party debt collector who’s harassed you. The FDCPA explicitly bans third-party collectors from partaking in certain harassing and abusive debt collection methods. Even with this protection, many debt collectors choose to violate the FDCPA in an effort to collect your alleged debt. Here are some examples of what typical tactics predatory collection agency’s act on a daily basis.
Threaten to file lawsuit and or judgement
Call excessively during the day and night
Contact you via telephone before 8:00 am or after 9:00 pm
Use inappropriate language
Disclose the alleged debt to a third party such as a relative or co-worker
Contact you at an inconvenient time or at work when told not to call