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Creditor Harassment Laws
There are many creditor harassment laws that protect the consumer and dictate the actions a debt collector is allowed to take when contacting you. The Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA) lays out a code of conduct that collection agencies must follow when attempting to collect a debt. These rules do not allow collection agencies to call multiple times in one week, speak to other people besides your spouse about your debt, yell at you and use profane language, or many other things. Some of the largest collection agencies are often repeat offenders in committing FDCPA violations. If you have been receiving threatening calls from an unknown number and think that your rights have been violated, you should speak with a debt law attorney to determine if you have a case for debt collection harassment. Your best option for fighting debt collectors and stopping harassing phone calls is to look into getting a free consultation with a debt law attorney today. If you want to report phone abuse or phone call harassment but are worried about legal fees, don’t be. If you win your case against the collection agency, the collection agency will be held responsible for paying your attorney’s fees.
Speak With A Lawyer
If you have found yourself in financial trouble and are dealing with debt collectors you may want to speak with a debt law attorney. A debt lawyer can give you legal advice based on your specific situation and how to deal with debt collectors. Unfortunately, falling into debt is an all too common experience for many Americans. Owing money is not a pleasant situation to be in, and things can often be made worse by debt collection agency harassment. In order to stop receiving junk calls or harassing calls from debt collectors you may have to sue the collection agency. Many collection agencies will often use a wide range of numbers to call debtors, so you should keep track of the numbers used to call you. Once we have determined the agency that is harassing you we can then take them to court where they could have to pay you up to $1,000 in statutory damages.