You Don’t Have to Put Up With Creditor Harassment!
Are debt collectors constantly harassing you? Does your phone ring every day, multiple times per day, because debt collectors are calling you to demand payment? Are you being threatened with legal action? Has a debt collector ever used abusive or profane language when speaking with you on the phone? If so, debt collection professionals may be violating your legal rights.
You Are Protected By the FDCPA
The Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA) was passed by congress in 1977 to protect innocent people like you from being abused through unfair debt collection practices. The Federal Trade Commission, which is the nation’s largest and powerful consumer protection agency, enforces the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act, ensuring that debt collectors do not use abusive, unfair, or deceptive practices to collect debts.
Sometimes bad things happen to good people. Almost everyone experiences financial turmoil at some point in his or her life. Just because you are currently unable to pay some of your obligations, it does not mean you should endure unethical collection practices and unlawful abuse by debt collectors. Even though there are laws in place to protect you during such a time, there are still unscrupulous debt collection agencies and personnel who hope you don’t know your rights. These parties can and will violate the laws that have been put into place to protect you. When that happens, you need to turn to a lawyer who can help you protect your rights and seek out damages against those who have violated them.
Connect with a Lawyer
This site was created to help people like you connect with lawyers who can file successful claims against debt collectors who have violated your legal rights. Not only do you have a right to protect yourself from the unethical practices of debt collection agencies, you have a right to seek out damages when your rights have been violated. Click here for a free evaluation of your case and to connect with a lawyer who will help ensure that your rights are not further violated by predatory collection agencies.